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Fuseki Revolution: How AI Has Changed Go is a 2021 go book by Shibano Toramaru and translated by John Power. It was published by Kiseido and is available on SmartGo Books.
Table of Contents
- Chapter One: The reasons why popular openings declined
- Theme 1. Sanrensei
- Theme 2. The Chinese Opening
- Theme 3. Mini-Chinese Opening
- Theme 4. The star point and the small knight enclosure
- Theme 5. The Kobayashi Style
- Theme 6. The New Kobayashi Style
- Theme 7. The small-knight enclosure and the 3-4 stone
- Chapter Two: Changes in conventional wisdom and new sets of values
- Theme 8. The small-knight enclsoure with the star point
- Theme 9. Taking up position on the side star point after an approach move
- Theme 10. Sliding after playing an approach to the star point
- Theme 11. The double approach move, part 1
- Theme 12. The double approach move, part 2
- Theme 13. The one-space answer
- Theme 14. Playing on the 3-3 point in an empty corner
- Theme 15. Lifting the diagonal-attachment taboo: 1
- Theme 16. Lifting the diagonal-attachment taboo: 2
- Theme 17. Distant approach moves
- Theme 18. The one-space high approach move
- Chapter Three: Revolutionary new josekis invented by AI
- Theme 19. Why did the hane at the head of two stones disappear?
- Theme 20. Why has the pincer lost popularity?
- Theme 21. Major reform in a basic joseki
- Theme 22. The immediate shoulder hit
- Theme 23. The dramatic evolution of double-approach-move josekis
- Theme 24. A joseki that suddenly disappeared
- Theme 25. Reevaluation of the attach-and-extend joseki
- Theme 26. A new technique: the direct attachment
- Theme 27. Is the splitting move slack?
- Theme 28. The two-space extension: settling oneself with one move
- Theme 29. The newest visceral approach to go: emphasize speed!
- Theme 30. The 5-3 and 5-4 points
- Appendix: How to handle the Sanrensei and other moyo contests