Cho Hunhyun's Lectures on Go Techniques, vol. 1
Forty five problems are provided (in Volume 1) giving basic techniques for Attachments, Extensions, Establishing A Base, Running Towards Center, Capping, Ataris, Cuts, Tigers (Hangs), and Weaknesses.
Learning to play go at the dan level is like learning a foreign language. ChoÕs lectures provide an analysis and practical exercises for studying and learning the basic techniques (words and grammar) of Go that will enable the low and mid kyu player to begin playing consistently at the higher kyu level.
Cho captured all three of the major international tournament titles and is the strongest player in the 1990Õs. All professions stress the importance of basics and fundamentals be it golf, tennis, dance, baseball, etc. and Go is no exception. In this book Cho teaches the basics and fundamentals of Go technique which helped him to become the strongest player in the world.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Elements of Go Techniques
Chapter 2 Basic Problems
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