K Get Strong at Joseki, Vol. 1 problems on josekis arising from playing the first corner move on the point. K Get Strong at Joseki, Vol. 2. : Get Strong at Joseki 1 (Beginner and Elementary Go Books) ( ) by Richard Bozulich and a great selection of similar New, Used . Get Strong at Joseki 1. Description: In the second volume of the Get Strong at Go Series, Bozulich familiarizes the reader with 11 basic josekis.
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While the first section of the book regarding joseki variations was a bit difficult for me to work through since my own knowledge of joseki is very weakthe other two sections were very helpful and enjoyable to practice since I was strrong to be exposed to a lot of new ideas and practice my whole board evaluation ability.
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A fantastic way for players to gain a better handle on using joseki instead of simply memorizing them. The Workshop Lectures Volume 4. The final part presents 64 problems for the reader to review and practice applying the principles learned in Parts One and Two.
Welcome to our newly designed online shop! A great book for players who want a better grasp on joseki as a whole. The book ends with 28 problems on 11×11 boards which illustrate the interplay between different-valued endgame moves in realistic situations. Unless you’re already strong in the endgame, expect to do badly.
Tonydowler Dowler rated it liked it Feb 27, Get Strong at the Jose If you want to get strong at tesuji, it is not necessary sttrong solve difficult problems; ge, it is more important to solve a lot of easy problems.
Hdoong added it Nov 09, Open Preview See a Problem? Return to Book Ger. I enjoy the fact that Bozulich includes some common trick plays and how to handle them. A better understanding of how to apply joseki to my own games.
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On the other hand, if your opening and middle game are not so strong, the surest way to stage an upset is to become a strong endgame player.
How do you win a lost game? Steve Feng marked it as to-read Jan 17, Hoile Snest marked it as to-read Sep joeki, Phisith marked it as to-read Dec 06, Part Two contains life-and-death problems of positions that arise from josekis and their variants. A section of practice problems focusing on joseki variations.
In many of the standard patterns presented, small changes are made in the configuration of nearby stones and the effect on the status of the joseji under siege is illustrated in a series of problems.
Ness added it Dec 29, The explanations are short and concise for those who are familiar with much of go strategy and its terminology. Although this is first and foremost a problem book containing problemsthe explanations of the main topics make it useful as an introduction to life and death and it should be accessible to players who have read an introductory go book and played a few games. Proper attention is given to how to play once a joseki is finished. Neil marked it as to-read Jan 03, To read the introductory chapter.
Volume 2 deals with the point takamoku and point mokuhazushi josekis, and Volume 3 with the point josekis.
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Trivia About Get Strong at the Also included are a complete explanation of the status of the bent-four-in-the-corner shape and ten-thousand-year ko.
Memorization then comes effortlessly, making this the perfect joseki book for all players. This book makes studying the endgame easy.