Ancient Chinese Go Games with Detailed Commentary Series (Zhongguo Weiqi Gupu Jingjie Daxi 中国围棋古谱精解大系, literally "Chinese Go Ancient Games Detailed Commentary Big Series") is a 14-volume series on selected ancient games from China during the Qing dynasty, written by the late Chen Zude.
Huang Dragon Zhou Tiger (Vol 1)
Ten games between Huang Longshi and Zhou Donghou. Zhou was one of the few people who could play even games against Huang.
Games of Blood and Tears (Vol 2)
Three-stone ten-game match between Huang Longshi and his student Xu Xingyou. Xu became the next-generation guoshou after defeating his teacher in this match.
Xu-Cheng Ten-Game Match (Vol 3)
Ten-game match between Xu Xingyou and the rising Cheng Lanru.
Guo-Zhou Ten-Game Match (Vol 4)
Ten-game match between Guo Bailing and the rising Zhou Lanyu.
Xiping Battles Against Liang and Cheng (Vol 5)
A collection of all known games between the young Fan Xiping against Liang Weijin (7 games) and Cheng Lanru (1 game).
Xiangxia Battles Against Liang and Cheng (Vol 6)
Selected games between the young Shi Xiangxia against Liang Weijin and Cheng Lanru.
Liang-Cheng Games (Vol 7)
Ten games between Liang Weijin and Cheng Lanru.
Ten-game match between Shi Xiangxia and Fan Xiping, widely regarded as the pinnacle of ancient go in China.
Longshi Giving Handicap (Vol 9)
Handicap games by Huang Longshi, ranging from four-stone games against Xu Xingyou to two-stone games against Zhou Donghou.
Xiangxia Giving Handicap (Vol 10)
Handicap games by Shi Xiangxia.
Xiping Giving Handicap (Vol 11)
Handicap games by Fan Xiping.
Huang-Xu Even Games (Vol 12)
Seven even games between Huang Longshi and Xu Xingyou.
The Last Twin Peaks (Vol 13)
Games between Zhou Xiaosong? and Chen Zixian, the next pair of go masters following Shi Xiangxia and Fan Xiping.
Guoshous at the Golden Age (Vol 14)
A collection of games by the "nine great masters"--Zhou Donghou, Huang Longshi, Xu Xingyou, Liang Weijin, Cheng Lanru, Fan Xiping, Shi Xiangxia, Zhou Xiaosong?, Chen Zixian--played against other excellent players of their times.