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Go! More Than a Game Paperback – August 15, 2003
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It's nicely written and handsomely laid out, and seems quite up-to-date (with information about playing on the Internet and the current [weak] state of Go-playing software).
I have over 250 chess books and consider myself quite knowledgeable in that field. This is, however, my first Go book. I fully acknowledge not having the experience to definitively judge quality as well as a long-time tournament player or teacher could. But having been around the block in life and having looked at a lot of Go titles before choosing, I can pretty strongly say that you could do a LOT worse.
In its price range, this fine new book could well become THE one to have.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
For a book that sets out to help you learn how to play the game of GO it does a good job of giving you a solid introduction and then a clear and concise explanation of the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by William D. Curnutt
The rating is for the Kindle edition. The educational value of this book is actually quite good. Unfortunately the diagrams are so small that I had to hold my kindle about 15 cm... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Towerwood
A warning about the Kindle edition (for this and other Go books) - You can increase the text size, but all the diagram sizes are fixed. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jonathan A. Currie
A nice survey of all the aspects (functional, theoretical, and historical) of GoPublished 8 months 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 9 months 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 12 months ago by Mark B. Weinberg