BGJ 171 Spring 2015, Reviewer: Roger Huyshe
by Richard Bozulich
The book opens with 42 whole-board 11x11 problems which one is invited to try at the beginning then again after studying the body of the book. This is a novel approach which will well-reward readers who have the discipline to follow the suggested way and see how much they have improved.
The main part of the book has two problem sections, the first on tesuji and the second on counting. Then there’s another 28 whole-board 11x11 problems to test one’s understanding of tesuji, sente and counting in real-life combination.
The book is moderately difficult and a suggested range is 8 kyu to low dan.