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Users browsing this forum: Google [Bot] and 0 guests. Posted: Sun Jul 11, pm. I am just reading through Honinbo tournament. And I have to say - this is the best book I have ever seen untill now. I am just replaying through Sakata - Ishida game, and I think I am improving so much by studying these games. I like the style of writing, and, all of these games are great for studying. I spend at least 2 hours on each game probably 2,5 - 3. I try to myself read out all the variations, so if you do not have nough patience this is maybe not for you, but even with less time spent you are likely to get lot out of comments alone.
I am currently 2d on wbaduk and I can ounderstand almost everything written there, but the text isnt easy, say too hard for someone weaker than 5. Anyway, what are your toughts about this book? Well, that's one more on my list of "must read soon" Go books.
I'll never get through them all! It's also one of my favorites and the first game collection I recommend to anyone. It is the first go book I ever seriously studied, soon after it was first published. I think I probably improved several stones by studying it. Posted: Tue Jul 13, am. Posted: Tue Jul 13, pm. The Honinbo Tournament is a wonderful book, the commentary is entertaining and extremely educating. I got it as prize book in the European Go Congress when I was promoted to a shodan as well.
I think I've read it through with a go board at least four times. Cheers, Vesa. Page 1 of 1. Previous topic Next topic. Post subject: Honinbo tournament Posted: Sun Jul 11, pm. Lives with ko. DrStraw wrote: It is the first go book I ever seriously studied, soon after it was first published. And how strong were you? LovroKlc wrote: DrStraw wrote: It is the first go book I ever seriously studied, soon after it was first published.
Not sure. Approaching shodan I guess. You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot post attachments in this forum.
1971 Honinbo Tournament
It tells how Ishida Yoshio , aged 22, entered the Honinbo League for the first time, won it, and went on to beat the established Honinbo, Rin Kaiho , in the title match. The book contains very detailed game commentaries in English. Each of Ishida's games from the league and the title match is covered. A second edition was published in by Kiseido , with some revision of the text by Richard Bozulich. David Carlton 's review. Ivo Schuurink 's review. Pasky : I think this is the best Go book I've read so far or on the top with Making Good Shape ; the depth of commentaries is awesome, especially since I have found them easy and fun to read at the same time and didn't keep dozing off.
Kaoru Iwamoto the 1971 Honinbo Tournament