Kage's Secret Chronicles of Handicap Go, by
Kageyama Toshiro. Ishi G17; 1975.
This book contains nine handicap games, ranging from two to five
stones. Most of the games are pro-pro. At key spots in each
games, they give you three possible next moves to choose from. If
you've read Kageyama's Lessons in the
Fundamentals of Go, you'll recognize the chatty
style; this one also includes lots of talking between the two
players. There's no general theory presented in the book, just
The book is certainly amusing and fun to read; I don't know
how much it will improve your game, though.
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