The Theory and Practice of Go
Called "an essential book for any collection" by Library Journal, the 'Theory and Practice of Go' is a fundamental primer to this fascinating game of strategy and skill, in which two players use their stones to enclose the larger area of the board. Starting with a basic outline of the rules along with insight into more advanced play, readers get an in-depth lesson in the ancient game of Go, augmented with clear, instructive illustrations and diagrams. This reformatted paperback edition of a Tuttle classic is ideal for players both new to the game and experts who want to further hone their skills.
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