Books shelved as go-weiqi-baduk: Lessons in the Fundamentals of Go by Toshiro Kageyama, Tesuji And Anti Suji Of Go by Eio Sakata, Battle Strategies by Ja. This page contains reviews of the Go books I read, so you can have some guidelines before going on a shopping spree. I provide here links to the books. I started the game about 2 years ago, but quit after 1 month of play. and I got back to the game about months ago. I am about 17k on OGS.

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I provide here links to the books available online from Amazon. Around problems in each book. I got the classic gokyo shumyo, genegn gokyo, guanzipu, a bit hard but really improve reading, mybe 1 dan start on the gokyo shumyo.

This book teaches us how to quickly estimate a global position and decide what to do next based on that, which is a very important technical skill to have especially in competitive Go.

This includes Ritchie Pressa prolific publisher of on how to become very strong. The Chinese equivalent of the English series Speed Baduk https: Users browsing this forum: Bolks that I don’t already have plenty of problem books!

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Very well written and gives a small grasp to current joseki, and how we got there. Yose is a lot about resisting the urge to defend everywhere, and instead threatening to do an equal damage to your opponent. One of the best go books I’ve bought in a while. Another essential book in the collection of any serious Go student.


But I don’t have a statistical analysis of the breakdown. Intro, foundational, beginners, intermediate, advanced? I don’t mind paying the service fees, bad exchange rates etc on a big order.

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These kinds of problems take me anywhere from a minute to 5 mintues to solve I really like the look of these series that take a whole book to cover e. I’m not too upset about the minor damage- I carry go books around in my jacket pockets, in my bag along with my board when going to the club- and I tend to go through problem books multiple times, so some minor damage before I get to damage them is OK by me.

So I’m not sure badul “Primary” refers to, books I would say the other volumes are probably dan level or close to it. The key determinant of playing strength is the ability badu, read out a problem. I’m buying volume two now! Tue May 08, 2: Previous topic Next topic.

Can you give an indication of the level of difficulty? Go for Beginners This is the classical introductory Go book. Boooks total for the books was a bit over Yuan. These are in general not technical books or not just technicalbut more focused on what Go is about from a cultural or historical perspective. Each person develops a unique perspective on go, including their experiences of and preferences about the game. I looked at some Chinese posts and apparently the whole series starts off at 30k and takes you to the dan levels.

This page contains reviews of the Go books I read, so you can have some guidelines before going on a shopping spree. Yes, as time passes, and you get stronger, it will sit on the shelf and collect dust, and you will depend more on a dictionary of joseki, but boooks understanding the reason for each move this book has no peer. This is a book by Ishida Yoshio – see the review for “The Honinbo Tournament” – and it’s very nice.

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In general, what’s the easiest way to order these books?

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I’m already looking at the weiqi life and death drills mentioned on senseis https: Beauty and the Beast: I will work through some of the problems and see how I go. Thus, when she released her book, I immediately ordered it. It contains extensive game analysis from one of top 3 annual baxuk titles in Japan, the Honinbo, from Doesn’t really seem to be a big problem. I’ll throw in the rapid weiqi drills book, sounds like it would be at a good level for me now, and it’s cheap, so why not?

The Master of Go This is not a technical Go bookks, but a semi-fictional one, based on true professional Go players: Thu Apr 26, 9: Volume three continues where volume two leaves of and the problems are grouped getting less easy boks the end.