To Do List for the Bibliography
I need to look at the online
version of the AGA bibliography to see what other books
Here is a list of books that I own and need to add to the
- The Go Letter, by Takao Matsuda.
- Go or Wei Chi, by Horace Cheshire.
- Tesuji, by Sakata Eio.
- A Go Primer, by G. W. Rosenthal.
- How To Learn `Go' With EASE, by Masaki
- Let's Play Go Today, by N. Kumabe. Japan
Pub. Trading Co.; 1964.
- Yilun Yang's Go Puzzles,
vol. 2, by Yang Yilun.
- Sabaki: How to Manage Weak Stones, by Yang
- Step up to a Higher Level, by Abe
- The Nihon Ki-in Handbook of Even Game
- Intermediate Level Power
Builder, vol. 2, by Wang RuNan.
- Punishing and Correcting Joseki Mistakes, by
Mingjiu Jiang and Adam Miller.
- The Best Play: In-Depth Game Analyses, by Feng
- Let's Play Go! A Simple Introduction to the Game of
Go, by Yasutoshi Yasuda.
Here is a list of books that I have in the bibliography that I
need to read and add more to the reviews of:
- Maybe a general reread of all beginners' books.
Here is a list of books that I need to buy:
- Vol. V of Learn to Play Go.
- How to Play Against Stronger Players.
- Other Slate & Shell books: 200 Tesuji
- Imagination of a Go Master, by Takemiya,
published by Nemesis.
Here is a (partial) list of books that I haven't read very
thoroughly for structural reasons. I don't particularly plan to
go through these more thoroughly any time soon.
- Liping Huang's Problem
Series, vol. 1, by Liping Huang.
- Modern Joseki and Fuseki,
by Sakata Eio.
- The Middle Game of Go, by
- Dictionary of Basic
Joseki, by Ishida Yoshio.
- Enclosure Josekis, by
- Reducing Territorial
Frameworks, by Fujisawa Shuko.
- All About Life and Death, by
- Mathematical Go Endgame,
by Elwyn Berlekamp and David Wolfe.
- 100 Challenging Go Problems for
100 Days of Study, by The Nihon Kiin.
- Art of Connecting Stones,
by Wu Piao and Yu Xing.
- Yang Yilun's Ingenious Life and
Death Puzzles, by Yang Yilun.
- Igo Hatsuyo-ron, by Inoue
- Galactic Go, vol. 1, by
Sangit Chatterjee and Yang Huiren.
- Galactic Go, volume 2.
It might also be a nice idea to include reviews of some of the
Japanese-language books that I own. The Maeda tsume-go books
are the obvious possibility; also, the Nihon-Kiin yearbooks
might be a good idea. If I do that, it might be good to include
a tutorial for English speakers who want to read go books in
Japanese. (Though The Go Player's
Almanac 2001 has a nice page on that.)
Last modified: Sun Aug 29 21:01:50 PDT 2004