How to Play Handicap Go

An AGA 7 Dan Explains His Handicap Games Yuan Zhou Is One Of The Strongest Go Players In America He Received Professional Training For 3 Years And An Invited Participant In North American Tournaments Five Times From 1991 2001 This Book Contains 8 Games Played By Zhou In Two Tournaments As A Registered 7 Dan The Games From That Tournament Are Presented First Also Included Is One Game In Which Zhou Was Not One Of The Players Our Idea Was To Show What Happens When White Does Not Play In Accordance With The Principles Zhou Layws Out In The Book There Are Very Few Moves Per Diagram, Making It Easy To Follow Strategy And Tactics Of The Games Are Made Understandable, Ever For Players At A Much Lower Level Of Strength These Commentaries Offer A Unique Opportunity For All Players To Gain Insight Into The Thinking Of One Of The Strongest Amateur Players In The US Any Player S Handicap Game Will Benefit Enormously From Reading It.How to Play Handicap Go

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  • Paperback
  • 0 pages
  • How to Play Handicap Go
  • Yuan Zhou
  • 10 March 2019
  • 9781932001013

11 thoughts on “How to Play Handicap Go

  1. says:

    This book consists of eight commented handicap games The comments are good and emphasize certain points regarding playing handicap games, both as white and as black.While reading this book I came across a game in which I know one of the players This was a f...

  2. says:

    Yuan Zhou s game commentary is always useful, but the real takeaway for me was the half page introduction, and some of his comments between games I understood the logic of good opening, middle, and endgame play in an even game but was having trouble knowing how to play either White or Black in a handicap game Yuan Zhou boils it down to a couple of key insights White must try to confuse Black by creating complexities from White s point of view, handicap games do not have an opening After black places the handicap stones it is already the middle game White will avoid common joseki that Black will be familiar with so that Black will not be able to simply play book moves And later White s aim is to get Black to fight in an area where the situation is relatively even In a high handicap game with six or stones, it is important for White to be patient, waiting for mistakes that will allow him to take ...

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