KenKen has quickly become the successor to sudoku that the world's been waiting for! KenKen became the first puzzles to be printed in the daily editions of the New York Times next to its famous crossword puzzle. This New York Times edition of KenKen contains 300 easy to hard 4x4 and 6x6 size puzzles with "How to Solve" instructions and an introduction by puzzlemaster Will Shortz. The puzzles use all four mathematical operations and increase in difficulty like they do in the Times.
This monster edition of KenKen contains 300 3x3 to 9x9 size puzzles with "How to Solve" instructions and an introduction by puzzlemaster Will Shortz. The puzzles use all four mathematical operations and increase in difficulty.Features: ー 300 easy-to-hard sudoku ー Edited by legendary "New York Times" crossword editor Will Shortz"" ー Big grids with lots of space for easy solving
With interesting, insightful notes on famous players and positions, as well as Pandolfini's personal thoughts on computer chess and the future of chess, this book may become the benchmark title for chess players for years to come.
For many chess players, opening study is sheer hard work. In this highly acclaimed series, Watson helps players achieve a more holistic and insightful view of the openings by explaining not only the ideas and strategies, but also the interconnections of chess openings in general.
What's the best part of the weekend? The crosswords! Many puzzle fans love the challenging Saturday & luxuriously long Sunday puzzles. So, for the first time, we present a year's worth of great weekend "New York Times "crosswords in just one volume. Features: * Over 100 "New York Times" Saturday and Sunday Crosswords.*Edited by crossword legend Will Shortz*Convenient package for easy transport
BRIDGE WITH A BITE While it is true that Terence Reese invented the ?over my shoulder? style of card play problem, Jim Kauder has taken it to a new level. The problems are interesting and the answers logical and informative, but each hand has a connected story, and that's where the fun starts. The author's comments about his partners and opponents are unprecedented, to wit: ?One of the players in my rubber bridge game is a mental midget.? (Hand 9) ?Only a jerk like you could figure a way to go down two on a cold hand.? (Hand 21) ?After considerable research, I discovered that there were half a million bridge players in California, three of whom freely admitted they were not experts.? (Hand 27) ?The unethical player is most effective with his doubles.? (Hand 47)