Modified Tesuji Dictionary

This is one of the countless books that recycle well known problems. Only a few are not frequently seen elsewhere. Nevertheless, the selection and order of problems is particularly suitable for sharpening one's reading skill. A kyu player may have a hard time and should not really start studying problems with this collection of 300 problems, of which each has 3 answer, failure, or variation diagrams. A dan player might be happy to have material that is easy or at least should be easy enough. In practice, many problems are tougher than they look like at a first glance. After going through the book reading should have become a little faster.

Robert Jasiek <>

Date: 30 Sep 2001