Dhaval Bathia captures the addictive essence of the wildly popular number game, Sudoku, in his book called The Best Of Sudoku. With strategies and game play, this book will appeal to all kinds of Sudoku enthusiasts.
Summary Of The Book
Sudoku is not just a game, it is an addiction. This number puzzle has captured the attention of people from all over the world, especially in the U.S., Australia, U.K, and India.
Dhaval Bathia, through his book The Best Of Sudoku, tries to provide simple guidelines to all beginners so that they can understand this otherwise complex game. Once they grasp the fundamental aspects of Sudoku, players can find solutions at various levels.
The Best Of Sudoku also appeals to Sudoku experts who are provided with important strategies and tools that can help solve the toughest and the most puzzling problems. There are over a hundred puzzles provided in The Best Of Sudoku.
Bathia also offers explanations about the different levels of Sudoku. Beginners and experts will find this work extremely useful for solving several problematic areas in the puzzle. Readers can also get a chance to join a world famous group of Sudoku players and enthusiasts, the Sudoku Lovers Club. This will further help in strengthening the strategies and techniques of Sudoku playing.
About Dhaval Bathia
Dhaval Bathia is an Indian trainer and an author.
He has also published other books such as How to Top Exams and Enjoy Studies and He Swam With Sharks For An Ice-cream.
Born on 26th June, 1983, Dhaval Bathia is a writer who is noted for being one of the youngest published modern Indian authors. His first book, How to Top Exams and Enjoy Studies, was published when he was only 17 years old. He graduated from Narsee Monjee College, Mumbai, and has studied Vedic Mathematics, LLB, and ACS extensively. Having dealt with complex math, he showed a fascination for number games like Sudoku. Despite hostility from his teachers regarding his approach to mathematics, he strove to create radical workshops and seminars for better mathematical understanding. He has been called the Whiz Kid due to his extraordinary photographic memory when it comes to different forms of numerical problems. His methods have been adopted by students all over the world. Whether in the U.K, U.S, Nepal, Singapore, or in India, Bathia has contributed in expanding and improving mathematical knowledge worldwide. The Rotary International has given Dhaval Bathia the Young Achiever award for his academic contributions.