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Title: Can I Play Chess on Shabbas: The Do’s and Don’ts of Shabbas, Made Simple!
Author: Joe Bobker
Publisher: Gefen Publishing House
About the Author: Shlomo Greenwald is associate editor of The Jewish Press.
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