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Jhonny itibaren Norgėlai 96291, Litvanya itibaren Norgėlai 96291, Litvanya

Okuyucu Jhonny itibaren Norgėlai 96291, Litvanya

Jhonny itibaren Norgėlai 96291, Litvanya

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I just reread this. It's a crime the details that the movie has washed from my memory. My dislike for the movies grow the more I compare them.

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This isn't the easiest read, but it's a classic.

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This is the second of Yuan Zhou's books on the professional playing styles of various contemporary professional Go players. Yuan does a good job of pointing out the differences in each of the playing styles of each player in the series. In Particular, Yuan does an excellent job of explaining and defining Go Seigen's style of play, which is no easy task. However, I don't think that Yuan went far enough, as he only covered two games. For eighteen dollars it is not as good of a deal as say, "Invincible: The Games of Shusaku," by John Power. Which has reviews of over eighty of Shusaku's professional games, which I bought for fourty dollars (that's a deal at two games per dollar). Now, if Yuan had only pushed his studies further and tried to offer up a study of a wider range of Go Seigen's games that he played over his career, I would have given this book a higher rating. Still, this book does have a lot of useful lessons to be gleaned from it, and it belongs in the personal libraries of every serious student of this game.