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Pandolfini's Chess Challenges: 111 Winning Endgames Paperback – May 8, 2007
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About the Author
Bruce Pandolfini is one of the best-known chess teachers in the world. He is a co-founder of Chess in the Schools, a program that has brought chess to thousands of New York City schoolchildren. Bruce was also a key figure in the book and movie Searching for Bobby Fischer. He lives in New York City.
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Regarding the points system, it makes no sense to me - I frequently find high point puzzles easy and vice versa. Also the solutions occasionally omit an important variation (though you should be able to figure it out).
But I save my greatest praise for the book design. First it's small and will easily fit in a pocket. Secondly, the style of puzzle on right hand page with solution on the next page is the ideal, why does anyone do it differently? (Except perhaps to save space I suppose, but I really don't like having to hunt around in the solutions (with the risk of seeing the solution to the next puzzle). Also, having the solution reprint the diagram with the solution move shown is great, again cutting down on all the flipping around. Due to this convenient layout, this is the only chess book I have read/completed more than 25% of - I wish there were many more chess books with a similar layout.