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Go game for beginners. by Haruko Kambayashi

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Published by Japan Publications Trading Co. in Rutland, Vt.] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Go (Game)

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Edition Notes

Statement[Translated by Masatsugu Tsuzawa and Donald C. Mann.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGV1469.G7 K313
The Physical Object
Pagination62 p.
Number of Pages62
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5905431M
LC Control Number64004046
OCLC/WorldCa294684

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The book follows a game between two teams: Go Seigen and Kitani Minoru (the young hot-shots) versus Segoe Kensaku and Suzuki Tamejiro (the established top players). The members of the teams were allowed to consult with each other in another room between moves, and a reporter made notes on what they said and what they did on the practice board. This book is lovely written, and it is also fascinating to follow the traditions and drama around a top match in Japan: it shows why Go can be much more than just a game. The Honinbo Tournament This is also one of my favorite books (maybe because I studied it .   I started playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive when it was in open beta. It was a scary time for a Counter-Strike nerd like me. I had played CS (the version before Counter-Strike: Source Author: Fredrik Salomonsson. Go and Go-Moku: the Oriental Board Games by Edward Lasker First published in , this classic has been overshadowed by several recent excellent books for beginners, but probably did more than any other book to put go "on the map" in America in the mids. Lasker, a grandmaster of chess himself and the nephew of the great Emanuel Lasker.