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Just as each go player has his or her preferred strategies, there is probably a book out there tailored to every type of go player. Read morePublished 12 days ago by W. Loucks
I love this book! It will really help improve your go game. Be sure to read it slow and practice what you learn as you learn it.Published 1 month ago by Keith Wagner
Hit a cross-roads in your go learning? Or a gap in your knowledge that you just can't seem to fill?
This books takes you back to revisit the fundamentals you have... Read more
Great book for beginners and intermediates while reminding advanced players what it takes to play well. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Tony
I had trouble turning all the Go information from other books and forums into something coherent and actionable. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jerome
Reading this book once basically took me from 15 to 10 kyu.
Since I didn't get everything (far from it actually) and based on other reviews, I plan on reading it again once... Read more
Forget about most efficient use of study time. This book is worth reading for entertainment value alone, and you'll learn some things, too. Read more
From the onset, the tone which Kageyama takes is inviting without the dry pedanticism. The occassional joke thrown in and the light conversational style makes for easy reading. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Vincent Tong