The world's foremost intellectual board game begins with virtually unlimited possibilities on an empty board. Here a 9-dan professional Go player explains how the game takes shape, bringing correct modern opening technique within the reach of all players.
Elementary in its approach, In The Beginning illuminates depths of Go strategy that few amateurs understand well. Required for all Go players.
This book is a part of the Elementary Go Series.
Need more play at Go, but this has helped understand how to start.Published 1 month ago by timmothy k smith
I will illustrate how well this book explains things by describing my experience with it.
I am a complete beginner who learned the rules two months ago and have only... Read more
As a beginner, this book is a bit overwhelming. The sequences are well explained is clear English, but are difficult to remember. Read morePublished 19 months ago by BobJ
Very useful book even for moderately strong players, yet accessible for new players also. Teaches the fundamental concepts necessary for a strong early game strategy. Read morePublished on October 25, 2010 by Daniel W
great book for those who are fairly new to the game and need some help to get better.Published on September 8, 2009 by Thorsten Baldus