British player living in the UK. Currently playing as 2 dan. Received 4 dan certificate in 1991.
Playing regularly at Bristol go club.
Lived on the Isle of Man 2008-2009.
Lived in Tokyo, Japan 1980-2008.
Regular contributor to the British Go Journal from 1991 to 2006.
Email contact: (<first name> <underscore character> <last name> at mac dot com)
Author of six go books.
Cross-cut Workshop: 1st Ed: July 2001; 2nd Ed: March 2008
Monkey Jump Workshop: May 2002
Counting Liberties and Winning Capturing Races: April 2003
Key Concepts in Life and Death -- Inside Moves and Under the Stones Techniques: July 2007
Counting Liberties and Winning Capturing Races: July 2013
Key Concepts in Life and Death -- Inside Moves and Under the Stones Techniques: November 2013
Cross-cut Workshop: December 2013
The Monkey Jump: July 2014
Just Enough Japanese Volume One: April 2015
Just Enough Japanese Volume Two: December 2015
Just Enough Japanese Volume Three: TBD (to be determined)
When I was in Japan, I used to watch Go programs on Japanese TV and I have a collection of DVD recordings. I used to browse through Second-hand bookshops in Tokyo? and I have a large collection of second-hand Japanese go books.
The ipad is a wonderful accessory for go players. I'm on my second now. Ipad 4 with retina display (after an ipad 2). I use it for studying go and Japanese, as well as for other purposes.
Go programs that I use regularly
Go programs that I occasionally use or previously used
Japanese programs/websites that I use regularly
Japanese programs that I occasionally use or previously used