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Pair Go

138 Seiten, Taschenbuch, Eigenverlag, 1996

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Gewicht 160 g
Hersteller Eigenverlag
Breite 94 mm
Höhe 13,9 cm
Medium Buch
Erscheinungsjahr 1996
Autor Japan Pair Go Association
Sprache Englisch
Seiten 138
Einband Taschenbuch

Foreword

05 Chapter One: Signs of an International Boom

06 A fresh international game born in Japan

08 Depths inaccessible to the computer

09 The fascination of an art created by the sensibility of men and women

12 The Internet is 'hand talk'

13 Pair Go Year One

15 No longer just a hobby for middle-aged men

18 Lifestyles enjoyed in pairs

19 Surprised to find how interesting Pair Go is

22 The habit of reading four moves ahead (Kobayashi Satoru Gosei)

23 Chapter Two: That's Why It's Fun

How to Make the Most of Pair Go

24 The process is much more interesting than the result

24 The pleasure is doubled, the responsibility is halved

25 The combination of a happily married couple

26 An unlimited number of ideal partners

26 Thrilling games

28 Don't let your guard down: there are three opponents

29 Pair Go tournaments are fun

30 Getting stronger before you realize it

31 Strong players get weak players to teach them

32 A relaxing way to teach Go to beginners

34 Pair Go is the greatest (Takemiya Masaki Meijin)

35 Chapter Three: Rules and Etiquette

36 The Rules of Pair Go

43 Tournament Rules for the International Amateur Pair Go Championship

50 The important thing is consideration (Ishida Yoshio 9-dan)

51 Chapter Four: The Strategy of Pair Go

52 The secret of winning in Pair Go

55 So much to gain from Pair Go (Ogawa Tomoko 6-dan)

71 Every move is tense (Kato Tomoko 4-dan)

72 Main games from the 1st round

89 Chapter Five: An Exciting Game Played by the World's Top Amateur Pair

As a mental sport that transcends race and nationality and borders, Go is widely loved by the people of the world. It is our hope that Go will be enjoyed by even more people so that the Go population of the world can expand even further.

To help further this aim, we have devised and striven to popularize the game of Pair Go as a grass-roots tool for international communication, using black and white stones as the world's common language. As a result, the circle of Pair Go fans is expanding year by year. Since the holding of the 1st International Pair Go Championship in 1989, Pair Go has spread rapidly among Go fans around the world. Nowadays, Pair Go provides a new stage for formal socialization in countries around the world.

In recent years, the number of people enjoying Go on the Internet has been increasing rapidly, and there are now said to be nearly 10,000 people enjoying playing Go on the Internet. We have developed a system called the PANDA NET which uses highly developed software to facilitate playing Go by computer communications.

Pair Go and the PANDA NET: these tools are designed to expand the world's Go population by linking activity in countries around the world centring on the PGPP (Pair Go Promotion Partner) in each country. The aim is to increase the current Go-playing population of the world by three to five times, that is, to one hundred million. We are doing our best to ensure the attainment of this goal by the early 21 st century.

It is our hope that this book will also play a part in attaining our goal.

Yoshikuni Ichiro & Taki Hisao, preface