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A nice survey of all the aspects (functional, theoretical, and historical) of GoPublished 1 day ago by MiguelNH
very helpful, though must confess I haven't finished it yet - as I waded deeper into the strategy, my time and patience wore a little thin.Published 1 month ago by Susan Mortensen
A good history of the game, its sources and the worldview they represent. A good primer on the game, with some insights that will permit on to play a game passaqbly well and with... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mark B. Weinberg
Very well written with easy to understand scenarios/tutorials. Slowly learning a very difficult game (looks easier than it is and I have been playing chess for over 20 years! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jason Rockwell
I'm entirely new to Go, and found this book to be very helpful. He goes through a lot of examples in a helpful way -- there's a logical progression, and the approach is almost... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Adam Baker
For a beginner, I found this book to be very useful in learning the game and strategies involved.Published 6 months ago by Steve
"If aliens play games, they play Go." So said the chess master Edward Lasker, one of the early Western converts to the appreciation of this ancient Asian game. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jeffrey Rubard