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Found problems from Encyclopedia of Life and Death on eMule. Apparently someone put them in pdf format, omitting the solutions (he claims it avoids copyright issues.. well, whatever). The problems are split into three categories: Elementary, Intermediate and Advanced, about 2000 problems total.
I've printed out the elementary problems, fitting four pages on one actual page (that's 24 problems per page) and it worked out quite well.
The elementary problems range in difficulty from about 25kyu level to (what feels like) shodan level problems, most of them being in SDK range.
This is my first time doing tsumego without solutions, and so far it feels like this is how L&D problems should be done. I found myself reading out all of the variations until I'm 100% sure of the answer. (Hopefully I can develop this into a habit for problems with solutions as well). In contrast, when I do problems on gobase.org or on goproblems.com, I find myself looking for a vital point and clicking it without too much reading.