Get Strong At Joseki

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Get Strong at Joseki 1, 2, 3
Part 2, 3, 4 of the series: Get Strong at Go Series
By: Richard Bozulich, Furuyama Kazunari
Publisher: Kiseido, September 1995, January 1996, May 1996
ISBN10 4-906574-052-4, 4-906574-053-X, 4-906574-054-8
173, 174, 206 pp.

The three Get Strong at Joseki books are volumes 2, 3 and 4 of the Get Strong at Go Series by Richard Bozulich and Furuyama Kazunari (Volumes 3&4) published by Kiseido.

Eric Osman has a question about avoiding the Taisha. See also 4-5 point 4-3 approach keima, contact at 6-3, vulgar cut.

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David Carlton has a [ext] review of this book.

HughJfan: Of the 10 basic Joseki covered in volume 4 (i.e. volume 3 of the Joseki series) 9 are 4-4 Joseki (the 3-3 Joseki is where black plays 4-4 of course). For comparison, 38-Basic Joseki discusses 2 different 3-3 Joseki. i.e. just the shoulder hit and not approach moves. [ext] I've only just bought it so I can't be sure but my guess is that this fraction is also characteristic of the problems too. It does make sense given that there are more 4-4 Joseki but I would have like to know this myself so I thought I'd make a note of it here.

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Get Strong At Joseki last edited by PeterHB on May 17, 2013 - 19:49
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