A month ago while browsing through the book section of my favorite second hand store in Courtenay, BC, I came across a small book called Games for the Superintelligent. I was attracted not by the title, for obvious reasons but by the author, one James F. Fixx.
It was published by Doubleday in 1972 and portions of it appeared in Playboy, a magazine some of you may remember for its occasional literary interjections and enhancements. I personally recall nothing of what I may have accidentally read in Playboy. Fixx would write two more books of a similar nature.