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  • The “Special Properties” of the Corner

    Teaching Ideas This is a short article published specifically for the sake of beginners, this time from the Winter 1995 issue of the American Go Extra. The theme of the material here is the most challenging yet. It was actually created by Tei Meiko 9 dan for amateur dan players. It is the most advanced […]

  • Try To Look Ahead

    Teaching Ideas This is a short article published specifically for the sake of beginners, this time from the Summer 1996 issue of the American Go Extra. The theme of the material might be a little complex, but go instructors should be able to use this kind of material to teach newcomers to the game more […]

  • Visualization, Analysis and Reading

    Teaching Ideas This is a short article published specifically for the sake of beginners, this time from the Winter 1995 issue of the American Go Extra. The theme of the material might be a little complex, but go instructors should be able to use this kind of material to teach newcomers to the game more […]

  • Visualization, Analysis and Reading

    Here is another short article published specifically for the sake of beginners, this time from the Winter 1995 issue of the American Go Extra. This cover of the AGE featured a book called Tesuji and Anti-Suji of Go by Sakata Eio that I translated and published following the successful publication of my first book, Killer […]

  • Beginner’s Corner: Tesuji

    Teaching Ideas Here is another short article published specifically for the sake of beginners, this time from the Autumn 1995 issue of the American Go Extra. On this cover of the AGE may be seen two more Japanese professional go players famous for their friendliness to amateur go players. Awaji Shūzō, author of the Hinoki […]

  • Connections

    Teaching Ideas Here is another short article published specifically for the sake of beginners, this time from the Spring 1995 issue of the American Go Extra. Notice that this cover of the AGE featured a toroidal go board. Dave Dyer, a programmer friend, was proud of owning this unique item, but whether it has any […]

  • The Thrill of Victory and the Agony of Defeat

    Teaching Ideas Here is another short article published specifically for the sake of beginners, this time from the Winter 1994 issue of the American Go Extra. This time, the material might be a little complex, but go instructors should be able to use this kind of material to teach newcomers to the game more nuances […]

  • Proverbial Life and Death

    Here is another short article published specifically for the sake of beginners, this time from the Autumn 1994 issue of the American Go Extra. Go instructors should be able to use this kind of material to teach newcomers to the game some of the nuances that make it so fascinating.

  • Give Me Liberties or Give Me Death!

    Here is another short article published specifically for the sake of beginners in the Summer 1994 issue of the American Go Extra. Go instructors should be able to use this kind of material to teach newcomers to the game some of the nuances that make it so fascinating.

  • Teaching Ideas

    Here is a short article published specifically for the sake of beginners in the Summer 1993 issue of the American Go Extra. Go instructors should be able to use this kind of material to teach newcomers to the game some of the nuances that make it so fascinating.  

Books

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Go on the Go Collection: Volume I

Three booklets have been assembled into the collection here.

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Go For Everyone

Go For Everyone

A New Method for Learning to Play the Game of Go

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Journey to the West

This is a semi-autobiographical novel that depicts a unique American success story; a rags to riches tale of a man escaping his humble origins to make millions of dollars, but then he throws it all away due to the ancient character flaw of hubris.

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