Go for Beginners
Go, an ancient, subtly beautiful game of territory, is the oldest game in the world still played in its original form. This book contains its rules, techniques, a glossary of terms, and a list of international and American Go organizations.
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American Go Association Answer 5a answer Black attack Black can play Black captures black group Black plays Black to play Black's territory captured a stone centre count cutting point defend diagram edge Example 5 Black Example 7 Example extension eye shape false eye fight Figure four fuseki Go Club c/o go games go players gote group in Dia groups of stones handicap point hasami Honinbo Shusai Honinbo Tournament Japan Publications joseki kakari Kaoru Iwamoto key point left side lower left corner lower side move Nihon Ki-in opponent play and kill points marked points of territory position rank recapture rules of go seki semeai sente shicho shimari shodan shown in Dia stones in Dia stones into atari stones marked thickness threat three black stones University Go Club upper left upper right corner upper side vacant points White capture white group White plays White to play White will play White's territory