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Modern Mastergames, Vol. 1

Dawn of Tournament Go

165 Seiten, kartoniert, Kiseido, 1. Auflage 2012

32,95 €
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The games in this book were played in turbulent times. When the first Honinbo tournament was established, the war had not yet seriously affected the Japanese go world or the daily life of the average Japanese, but, by the time of the third Honinbo tournament, Japanese society was in chaos. After the war, many doubted that go would return to its former glory or that the occupation forces would even allow it to be played. Fujisawa Hosai remembered how he and a number of other go professionals seriously took up the study of chess for this very reason.

But these fears were overblown. By the 1950s the go world was again abuzz. Rivalries were flourishing, and newspapers were establishing new tournaments with abundant prize money.

The matches played then were of much consequence - it was more than just winning a title. The results were to determine the organizations that govern the game in Japan until today. The pressures on the players were intense, it exposed their psychological strengths as well as fragilities. The matches showed how dangerous it was to underestimate an opponent. It was almost unbelievable to some that the mild-mannered Takagawa, whose quiet and laid-back style, never attacking too strongly, and lacking the brilliance of a player like Sakata, could hold the Honinbo title against all comers for nearly ten years.

In the early 1960s, two important titles - the Meijin and Judan - were established to compete with as well as to complement the Honinbo title, and, with the establishment of these titles and Sakata's dominance of them, the foundations of the Japanese go world was firmly established.

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Gewicht 450 g
Hersteller Kiseido
Breite 18,2 cm
Höhe 25,7 cm
Medium Buch
Erscheinungsjahr 2012
Autor Rob van ZeijstRichard Bozulich
Sprache Englisch
Auflage 1
ISBN-13 978-4-906574-91-9
Seiten 165
Einband kartoniert

iv Peface

v Glossary of Japanese Go Terms

001 The Dawn of Tournament Go: The Honinbo Tournament

002 Game One: The First Honinbo Title Match, Game Six

Kato Shin vs. Sekiyama Riichi

008 The Scond Honinbo Tournament

009 Game Two: The Third Honinbo Title Match, Game Two

The Atomic Bomb Game

Hashimoto Utaro vs. Iwamoto Kaoru

030 Game Three: The Third Honinbo Title Match Playoff

Hashimoto vs. Iwamoto

047 Game Four: The Fourth Honinbo Title Match, Game Five

Iwamoto Kaoru vs. Kitani Minoru

053 Game Five: The Sixth Honinbo Title Match, Game One

Hashimoto Utaro vs. Sakata Eio

069 Game Six: The Sixth Honinbo Title Match, Game Seven

Sakata Eio vs. Hashimoto Utaro

087 Game Seven: The Seventh Honinbo Title Match, Game Four

Takagawa Kaku vs. Hashimoto Utaro

099 Game Eight: The Fifteenth Honinbo Title Match, Game Five

Fujisawa Shuko vs. Takagawa Kaku

115 Game Nine: The Sixteenth Honinbo Title Match, Game Five

Takagawa Kaku vs. Sakata Eio

131 Game Ten: The Second Meijin Title Match, Game Seven

The Founding of the Meijin Title

Sakato Eio vs. Fujisawa Shuko

147 Game Eleven: The Third Judan Title Match, Game Five

The Establishment of the Judan Title

Fujisawa Hosai vs. Handa Dogen

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