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Opening Theory Made Easy

K36 - 20 Strategic Principles

170 Seiten, kartoniert, Kiseido, 2002

18,95 €
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Don't handicap yourself by misplaying the first 20 moves. Whatever your rank at Go, chances are that you've spent some time studying joseki and life and death, but that you're a little uncomfortable with the opening moves of the game. There are many things about the opening that are a bit difficult, but a little study of opening principles can pay big dividends in your win/loss record!

In this book, Otake presents 20 principles for opening play. You will find a discussion of the fundamentals of the opening and strategy. Almost a third of the book is devoted to the important topic of shape, a subject not well understood by most western Go players. Otake explains sophisticated concepts in a simple and accessible way, making the book easy to digest regardless of your playing strength. By applying these principles when you make your strategic decisions, you will improve your game enormously.
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EAN 490657436X
Gewicht 180 g
Hersteller Kiseido
Breite 12,7 cm
Höhe 18,3 cm
Medium Buch
Erscheinungsjahr 2002
Autor Hideo Otake
Sprache Englisch
ISBN-10 490657436X
Seiten 170
Einband kartoniert
v Preface
vi Glossary

Chapter One Fuseki Fundamentals
002 Principle 1: Corner enclosures aim at side extensions
010 Principle 2: Be flexible in deploying the star point
018 Principle 3: Find the right pincer
026 Principle 4: Have a counterplan to deal with invasions
036 Principle 5: The 5-4 stone aims at outside influence
044 Principle 6: The 4th line is the line of development, the 3rd line the line of completion
052 Principle 7: Build box-like moyos

Chapter Two Good Shape
062 Principle 8: Family feuds waste resources
070 Principle 9: Don't permit a hane at the head of your stones
078 Principle 10: You can never catch up if you push from behind
088 Principle 11: The empty triangle is bad shape
096 Principle 12: The ponnuki is worth 30 points
104 Principle 13: Don't atari automatically

Chapter Three Strategy
112 Principle 14: Attack the opponent by stealing his base
120 Principle 15: Don't attach against weak stones
128 Principle 16: Try to kill two birds with one stone
136 Principle 17: Use thickness to attack
144 Principle 18: Keep away from solid positions
152 Principle 19: Reduce a large moyo lightly
160 Principle 20: Don't cling to stones that have served their purpose