Test Your Go Strength: Fifty Whole Board Problems ePub download
by Naoki Miyamoto
- ISBN: 4871870189
- ISBN13: 978-4871870184
- ePub: 1116 kb | FB2: 1109 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Schools & Teaching
- Publisher: Ishi Pr (September 1, 1991)
- Rating: 4.6/5
- Votes: 462
- Format: azw lit doc lrf
The book presents 50 situations that might arise in typical games of GO, and challenges the reader to find the best of 5 points for each case. The strengths and weaknesses of each possible move.
The book presents 50 situations that might arise in typical games of GO, and challenges the reader to find the best of 5 points for each case.
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Test Your Go Strength : Fifty Whole Board Problems. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9784871870184.
Each book contains about 140 problems in about 160 pages. PTGTS-6 Test Your Go Strength - 6 Kyu PTGTS-7 Test Your Go Strength - 7 Kyu PTGTS-8 Test Your Go Strength - 8 Kyu PTGTS-9 Test Your Go Strength - 9 Kyu PTGTS-12 Test Your Go Strength - 12 Kyu PTGTS-L Test Your Go Strength.
Also published as Test Your Go Strength.
Whole Board Opening Problems by Yuan Zhou. The problem situations in this book are drawn from actual games played by amateurs and pros. Go and Go-Moku: the Oriental Board Games by Edward Lasker First published in 1934, 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 mid-1900s. Also published as Test Your Go Strength.
Test Your Go Strength. Fifty Whole Board Problems. Published September 1991 by Ishi Press International.
by Naoki Miyamoto 9-dan. translated by James Davies. The breakthrough to shodan
by Naoki Miyamoto 9-dan. The breakthrough to shodan. The Kansai Kiin, or Western Japanese Go Association, is a comparatively new and growing body of professional go players, a sort of younger rival for the Tokyo-based Nihon Kiin.