- The Benko Gambit, 1974, RHM Press ISBN 978-0713429121
- Chess Endgame Lessons, 1990 Revised 2nd Edition
- Winning with Chess Psychology by Pal Benko and Burt Hochberg, 1991, Random House Puzzles & Games ISBN 978-0812918663
- Basic Chess Endings by Reuben Fine revised by Pal Benko, 2003, Random House Puzzles & Games ISBN 978-0812934939
- Pal Benko: My Life, Games and Compositions, by Pal Benko, Jeremy Silman, and John L. Watson, 2004, Siles Press ISBN 978-1890085087
- Pal Benko's Endgame Laboratory, 2007, Ishi Press ISBN 978-0923891886
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Famous quotes containing the word books:
“My main wish is to get my books into other peoples rooms, and to keep other peoples books out of mine.”
—Samuel Butler (18351902)
“I always was of opinion that the placing a youth to study with an attorney was rather a prejudice than a help.... The only help a youth wants is to be directed what books to read, and in what order to read them.”
—Thomas Jefferson (17431826)
“They lard their lean books with the fat of others works.”
—Robert Burton (15771640)