Lee Changho's Novel Plays and Shapes (Wei Qi, Weiqi, Baduk, Paduk, Igo)
Lee Changho's Novel Plays and Shapes
Lee Changho Series - Item PAY26
There is an abundance of joseki (standard sequences) in Go. The selection
of joseki, however, can determine the outcome of the game. What sets the
professional players apart are the subtle differences in how they apply
joseki. How accurately and efficiently one handles joseki will decide if
the outcome is favorable.
By only sticking to popular joseki, its difficult for one to get strong.
However, it takes courage for one to forsake the popular joseki in pursuit
of novel plays and shapes.
Regardless of the efforts one spends in analyzing a particular play
or shape, the outcome of applying a novel play is often unsatisfactory
due to unforeseen factors in actual games. Even if one succeeds, it still
takes concerted study and analyses to perfect the play. The novel plays
introduced in this book were established by a number of professional players
(Lee Changho, Cho Hunhyun, Kobayashi Koichi, Yun Song-hyon, Chong Hyon,
Yu Chang-hyok, etc.) after painstaking research efforts and analyses.
The book is packed with illustrations and explanations from the amateur
players point of view, with progressing levels of difficulties. Studying
the novel plays and shapes in this book will help you improve your reading,
strategical and tactical skills. Total 230 pages.
Chapter 1 A Korean Style Novel Strike
Chapter 2 A Novel Extension in an International Tournament
Chapter 3 A Ramification of a Novel Extension
Chapter 4 A Novel Approach That Initiated A Battle
Chapter 5 A Novel Attachment Based on Detailed Planning
Chapter 6 An Extraordinary Novel Jump
Chapter 7 A dominating Novel Knight
Chapter 8 An International Championship Tournaments Novel Peep
Chapter 9 A Novel Invasion In A Lighting Tournament
Chapter 10 A Novel Invasion That Claims Victory for the Challenger
Chapter 11 A Novel Extension-The Momentum of a Young Player
Chapter 12 A Powerful Novel Atari
Chapter 13 A Novel Invasion - The Starting Point of a Lost Game
Chapter 14 A Novel Clamp in the Korean-Japanese New Players Touranment
Chapter 15 A Novel Hane with Style
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