Hattori Inshuku

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(服部 因淑 1761-1842) He was the founder of the Hattori school which was a satellite to the four official Go houses. He made major contributions as a player and an author. He also played an important role in managing the the affairs of the Inoue house in the early 19th century following the sudden death of the ninth Inseki, Shunsaku.[1]

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[1] Source: John Fairbairn's article, "Hattori Inshuku" (7 December 2000) from the now defunct Mindzine.


Hattori Inshuku last edited by 68.99.65.50 on September 17, 2014 - 22:00
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