The art of connecting stones / Errata

1. Example 16, page 91: There is a missing White stone at D2.

Adrian Ghioc: The "Correct Answer" provided by the book's authors seems not being correct. In Diagram 16b, white's move numbered 4 (at J4) is wrong and that's why black succeeds. If white plays the correct move at H6, then black fails. Check this thread: [ext]

2. Example 1, page 115: There are 13 stones missing on the right hand side of the diagram. Correct diagram should contain two 7 stone high colums, of Black stones on M1 to M7 and White stones on N1 to N7, except for M5 which is White.

3. Diagram 32a - Correct Answer, page 218: Black's move numbered 4 (at A18) is wrong because white can kill black by playing at B 19. Correct black's move is at A17.

The art of connecting stones / Errata last edited by AdrianGhioc on November 10, 2010 - 11:45
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