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By far the best series of Go books for beginning to intermediate players.
As soon as you finish this book, you'll begin to see more patterns in games and understand that there is more you should be seeing behind the moves.
Her explanations are clear and she does a good job of providing background information about Go's history and contemporary Go players.
In this volume the authors focus on expanding a bit on the basic concepts presented in the previous book. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Sebastian Fernandez
a very learned a lot from Ms. kim and was glad I purchases this book good book on go. IPublished 16 months ago by william wiseman
This book is a necessary follow up to "Learn to Play Go, Vol. 1". After these two books, you will understand the basics, and are ready to play, and continue to learn more... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Joe C.
The Way of the Moving Horse is the second volume in Hyun and Kim's "Learn to Play Go" series. It's meant for beginners. Read morePublished on March 3, 2012 by David
At the beginning of this book the authors state that one could learn to play "beautiful" go by trial and error but it would be much easier with this book. Read morePublished on November 14, 2011 by M. Heinisch
No other book has done more for my understanding and appreciation of the game than Janice Kim's "The way of the moving horse". I highly recommend it to all new players.Published on June 30, 2011 by Bjorn Hansson
If you like the game "GO" then this book is a great help. I learned ALOT of great stuff about the gamePublished on March 4, 2010 by Jeffrey A. Harrell
This second book in the series is needed if you have only read the first volume in the series. I found that The Second Book of Go (by another author) is more advanced than this . Read morePublished on February 4, 2010 by G. Gracik
I bought this book because I thought it might help me learn to play a passable game of go. My primary opponent is gnugo. It turned to out to simply be confusing. Read morePublished on May 29, 2009 by Dennis L. Wilson