Teach Yourself Go by Charles Matthews

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Teach Yourself Go
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By: Charles Matthews
Publisher: [Hodder & Stoughton, !McGraw-Hill Companies], 1999, 2004
ISBN10 --, 0071429778
216, 240 pp.

By Charles Matthews, first edition published in the United Kingdom by Hodder & Stoughton in 1999. First edition in the United States published February 2004 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, 216 pages, ISBN: 0071429778. Second edition published Fall 2007. The third edition, published in August 2010, was retitled Be a Master at Go: Teach Yourself

Reviews

David Carlton's [ext] review

Table of Contents

  1. Five Lessons for the beginner
  2. Five Further Lessons
  3. Capture
  4. Cutting and Connecting
  5. Eyes
  6. A Complete Game
  7. Ko and Seki
  8. The End of the Game
  9. Corners and Sides
  10. Full Board Openings
  11. The Middlegame
  12. The Go Finishing School
  13. A Classic Match
  14. More About Go

Appendix: Rules of Go Glossary Index

 to be filled out? e.g. 3.1 .. 3.12

Sample Material

 to be added

/Errata?


Description of the book from the Slate and Shell website:
This introductory book is a virtual encyclopaedia of Go. It is excellent for beginners and will be useful even to single digit kyu players because of its thorough coverage of basic strategy and tactics. The book is unusually well organized and also includes interesting material about the history and culture of Go. Charles Matthews has written for the American Go Journal and was frequently published in the British Go Journal.


Teach Yourself Go by Charles Matthews last edited by OscarBear on July 16, 2014 - 17:49
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