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Breakthrough Sudoku

Removing the Barriers to Mastering Sudoku

Published by Post Hill Press
Distributed by Simon & Schuster

Breakthrough Sudoku introduces groundbreaking, easy-to-learn-and-understand processes for playing Sudoku puzzles—regardless of difficulty, and in substantially less time—that will enable players to break through any barriers they are experiencing to complete puzzles and advance into the higher levels of Sudoku.

Fasten your Sudoku seatbelts!

If you are one of the lucky ones who have discovered Sudoku, you will understand why it has become one of the most popular puzzles on the planet. For the rest of you: get ready, as you are about to experience a puzzle that can be fun, educational, and good for your brain all at the same time. The good news is that Sudoku does not involve any math, nor even a comfort level with or excitement for numbers; rather, it relies on basic logic.

When you are finished with this book, the time it takes you to complete any Sudoku puzzle should be a fraction of what it used to be. Your confidence will grow and the pure joy of playing will dramatically increase. It’s time to break through any barriers with Breakthrough Sudoku!

Russ Abbott has been involved in the world of finance for over thirty years as a professor, as well as a portfolio manager. He appeared daily on television and radio in Sacramento for many years discussing the economy, politics, and financial forecasting. This led to speaking engagements for companies, organizations, and communities. He writes an investment quarterly newsletter for investors and weekly blogs for investment professionals. He graduated from UCLA in 1982 with a BA in economics, an MBA from Pepperdine University in 1988, and a Certified Portfolio Manager Designation from Columbia University in 2011. His son, Colby, graduated from the prestigious Berklee College of Music and his daughter, Caroline, has multiple degrees in the culinary arts and English. His best friend and wife, Kerry, are avid San Francisco Giants fans and travel to other baseball parks each year. Living in beautiful and diverse Northern California, Russ loves to ski, hike, and golf.