Bruce Pandolfini on Chess Exam

IM IgorKhmelnitsky
Jul 2, 2010, 9:11 PM |

 Q&A with Bruce PandolfiniFrom Q&A with Bruce Pandolfini on (06/23/2010)

Question I know you have published a lot of books, so maybe you realize how chess publishing is exploding, with many incredible chess books being out there now. Is there one you have seen that you thought was fantastic or particularly good? I am really looking for a book that would help me evaluate my play, almost as if I had gone to a chess master for help. What about your own books? Randy Harris (USA)

Answer Leave me out of this. But I agree with you, there are many great books out there, so many, that I don't even know where to begin. So let's just wrap it up with one book, passing over all the other wonderful titles I probably should also mention (some other time). For now, get yourself a copy of Igor Khmelnitsky's Chess Exam and Training Guide. It's a truly original, superlative effort. To my mind, it nicely fulfills its stated goals, enabling you to evaluate your play, while helping you to improve. Why don't you give it a try?


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