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Get Strong at Joseki 1 Description: In fact, life and death is regarded as so important that apprentices studying to become go professionals are required to spend many hours each day solving life-and-death problems in order to improve their analytical abilities.
Clark rated it really liked it Nov 03, The former web interface is still available. In the second volume of the Get Strong at Go Series, Bozulich familiarizes the reader with 11 basic josekis that commonly occur around the point and how to handle them in regards to their variations, choosing the correct joseki given the whole board, and how to play after the joseki is completed.
A section of practice problems on how to continue play once the joseki is complete. Players often come out string the opening with a clear lead, only to see it dwindle away in the endgame. Tonydowler Dowler rated it liked it Feb 27, The Workshop Lectures Volume 4.
Here are problems systematically covering the standard invasions on the side and the corners, attacking corner enclosures, and erasing large territorial frameworks.
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Be the first to ask a question about Get Strong at the Joseki 1. Steve Feng marked it as to-read Jan 17, Williamscg76 marked it as to-read Jun 01, Hdoong added it Nov 09, View item in former shop. Get Strong at Life and Death Return by Richard Bozulich Killing isolated groups or finding a way to make two eyes for them is an important technique that every go player must acquire.
There is a whole section devoted to choosing joseki in regards to the entire board.
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Rikhon Sharif marked it as to-read Jan 13, Such activity can be likened to mental weight training. A better understanding of how to apply joseki to my own games. Jason Koprowski is currently reading it Jul jjoseki, Open Preview See a Problem? Get Strong at Attacking covers an often neglected phase of go: Instead of memorizing variations, your attention is focused on an important joseki move or idea. Igor marked it as to-read Oct 07, Backgammon Go Problem solving.
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After working your way through the endgame tesuji problems in Part Two, you will surely look at the endgame quite differently. Matthew Porreca marked it as to-read May 08, This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
Positions in which you must determine whether a group is alive or dead occur in almost every game, and the player whose skill at killing a group or finding the moves that will give his own group two eyes stands the better chance of staging an upset.
Memorization then comes effortlessly, making this the perfect joseki book for all players. By studying tesuji in this way, you will sharpen your intuitive skills to the point that you will be able to find the right tesuji in your games at a glance. This Joseki book is unique; not only does it show you the most important point komoko josekis that are likely to arise in your games, it also shows you how to apply them in actual situations, which joseki to select, and how to continue the joseki in the middle game.
Frank Hestvik added it Sep 06, This often requires reading more than six moves deep and keeping a picture in your mind of the resulting positions of all variations.
Mumei marked it as to-read Dec 01, Ness added it Dec 29, An increased liking and familiarity with joseki. Proper attention is given to how to play once a joseki is finished. Get Strong at Joseki 1.
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After the players have syrong out their spheres of influence in the opening, invading these areas is a basic technique of the middle game. You will also find that the key to winning handicap games with white is not necessarily to study handicap openings and josekis, but to get strong in the endgame.
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By BenGoZen August 25, Alexey Vyskubov marked it as to-read Jan 17, So the fact that I did not find this book excruciating to work through speaks quite a bit about it.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Accurate analysis, spotting tesujis, and killing or rescuing stones are the backbone of middle-game strength.