Go Seigen Series: Winning A Won Game
Yesterday, a won game was lost; today, a clear lead was wasted. Is there any secret recipe to keep the lead to the end of the game? Actually, maintaining a lead is easy, if one can keep a cool head and make every play according to positional judgment. On the other hand, trying to claim a quick victory is not easy, even for professionals.
In professional games, one often encounters situations where a game is lost after building up a commanding lead, or a game is won by turning the tables on the opponent. The material presented in this book highlights such cases.
Among the strongest players today, Cho Chikun and Kobayashi Koichi can be considered as the cream of the crop. Both Cho and Kobayashi disclosed that they benefited enormously from studying Go Seigen's some 800 games. From a young age of 10 to 25 Cho had replayed the entire collection of Go Seigen's games three times and is currently on his fourth. Kobayashi also even now, is still inspired by replaying Go SeigenÕs games after studying his games three times.
Both of these top-notch players recommended that the best way to get strong is to study Go SeigenÕs collected games. Dear reader, if you would spend time in studying the games in this book, you too can become a far stronger player. Take a valuable lesson from the great Go Seigen on How to Win a Won Game.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Three Golden Rules
Chapter 2 Seven Examples of Success
Chapter 3 Three Examples of Failure
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