I'm looking for a good exercise book for probability theory, preferably at least partially with solutions to it. I want it to be detailed, not trivial, providing me solid fundamentals in the topic to be developed in the future. I'd wish it to be more of a "applied" technical university approach than the highly "abstract" one tailored for pure mathematics student at a university, however it need not to be so.
The topics I would like it to cover are more or less like in the part one of the book "Probability, Random Variables and Stochastic Processes" by Papoulis and Pillai ( table of contents ). Thank you in advance.