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Catching Scent of Victory

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270 Seiten, kartoniert, Hinoki, 1. Auflage 2007

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What does it take to become Kisei? Naturally, there are many go players who would like to know the secret and this book supplies the answer. It is O Rissei's account of how he captured the Kisei title and it reveals his thoughts as he challenged the best players in the world and overcame them to win the go world's highest title. The key to his win was innovative play in the opening, stubborn persistence in the middle game and precise calculation in the endings. All of these facets

are explored in this work.

In Chapter 1, O Rissei presents 16 strategies that he has used to get the advantage in the opening of his games. These are cutting-edge moves that are rarely found in even the most up-to-date joseki dictionaries. Chapter 2 illustrates the continuations and offers the reader a chance to guess at the winning play in a problem format. The surprising thing is that sometimes the answers are so simple that one fails to see them coming. Chapter 3 brings all the elements of the book together in a thorough analysis of six of O Rissei's games played against the best go players in the game today. Again, a problem format gives the reader the chance to match wits with these great talents.

"Catching Scent of Victory" is one of the rare books in the world that delivers more than it promises. It explains how to set the stage in the opening of a game of go so that one has a chance to win, then demonstrates the mechanics of the play and finally shows how events typically develop through the middlegame. But it then goes even farther, to step behind the scenes and recapture the human element of top-level match play. It is a testament to the panorama of O Rissei's go career. And as such, it proclaims that one must always be on the lookout for suspicious moves.

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Gewicht 300 g
Hersteller Hinoki
Breite 13,5 cm
Höhe 21,2 cm
Medium Buch
Erscheinungsjahr 2007
Autor O Rissei
Sprache Englisch
Auflage 1
ISBN-13 9780978887438
Seiten 270
Einband kartoniert

008 Forward

Chapter 1 Rissei Style Strategy in the Opening

012 Strategy 1 A Knight's Move Corner Enclosure Aimed at a Star Point

Indomitable Perseverance (232)

016 Strategy 2 A Shoulder Hit Against a Knight's Move Corner Enclosure

Dripping Cold Sweat (118)

020 Strategy 3 Simply Attaching and Drawing Back from a 3-4 Point

Thoroughly Winning From Start to Finish (222)

024 Strategy 4 A Resourceful Attachment Against the Side

032 Strategy 5 A Single Two Space High Attack on the Corner to Force (1)

Resolutely Sacrificing Stones (148)

040 Strategy 6 A Single Two Space High Attack on the Corner to Force (2)

Missing Chances, Then Grinding Out the Win (156)

046 Strategy 7 Playing Elsewhere in Response to a One Space Pincer

Hope and Despair by Turns (188)

052 Strategy 8 A Favorite Attach and Draw Back from a One Space Pincer

060 Strategy 9 A One Space Jump after a One Space High Corner Attack

Favorable Wind, Full Speed Ahead (166)

064 Strategy 10 Extending in Response to an Inside Attachment against a Large Knight's Move Enclosure

070 Strategy 11 Priority to Sliding Rather Than Making a Corner Enclosure

078 Strategy 12 Protecting the Corner During a Fencing-In Joseki

A Lightning Strike (140)

084 Strategy 13 Racing Ahead for Profit in a Favorite Joseki

Entering the Tiger's Lair (112)

092 Strategy 14 An Inside Attachment after a Two Space High Corner Attack

A Good Turn of Fortune (180)

098 Strategy 15 Awareness of an Unfavorable Ladder

A Game to Capture the Kisei Title (256)

104 Strategy 16 Building Outward Influence Versus a Chinese Style Opening

A Game to Recapture the Oza Title (244)

Chapter 2 Starting One's Sensors to Take Advantage of a Good Opportunity

112 Game 1 Entering the Tiger's Lair \u9658? (84)

43 rd Annual Oza Tournament, Semi-Final

118 Game 2 Dripping Cold Sweat. \u9658? (16)

43 ri Annual O2a Tournament, Challenger Final

126 Game 3 A Single Horseman Fighting Courageously

53 rd Annual Honinbo League Play-Off

140 Game 4 A Lightning Strike \u9658? (78)

53 rd Annual Honinbo Best of Seven Title Match, Game 3

148 Game 5 Resolutely Sacrificing Stones \u9658? (32)

53 rd Annual Honinbo Best of Seven Title Match, Game 5

156 Game 6 Missing Chances, Then Grinding Out the Win \u9658? (40)

22 nd Annual Meijin League

166 Game 7 Favorable Wind, Full Speed Ahead \u9658? (60)

23 rd Annual Meijin Best of Seven Title Match, Game 1

172 Game 8 A Game Where Recklessness Succeeds

24 th Annual Kisei Best of Seven Title Match, Game 1

180 Game 9 A Good Turn of Fortune \u9658? (92)

47 th Annual Oza Best of Five Title Match, Game 2

188 Game 10 Hope and Despair By Turns \u9658? (46)

24 th Annual Kisei Best of Seven Title Match, Game 5

Chapter 3 Sharpening One's Sense of Smell for Victory

200 Game 1 An Upset Win With One Stroke

43 rd Annual Oza Best of Five Title Match, Game 2

212 Game 2 A Game of Alert Incursion

10 th World Championship, Fujitsu Cup, Semi-Final

222 Game 3 Thoroughly Winning From Start to Finish \u9658? (20)

23 rd Annual Meijin League

232 Game 4 Indomitable Perseverance \u9658? (12)

23 rd Annual Meijin Best of Seven Title Match, Game 5

244 Game 5 A Game to Recapture the Oza Title \u9658? (104)

46 th Annual Oza Best of Five Title Match, Game 3

256 Game 6 A Game to Capture the Kisei Best of Seven Title \u9658? (98)

24 th Annual Kisei Best of Seven Title Match, Game 6

265 Chapter 4 O Rissei Go Record