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  • Takemiya Style Large Territorial Framework (Moyo) Strategy

    Sanja Matsuri from May 17 to 19, 2019 The Sanja Festival is held annually in the Asakusa district. It is held in celebration of the three founders of the Sensoji Temple, who are enshrined in Asakusa Shrine next door to the temple. Nearly two million people visit Asakusa over the three days of the festival, […]

  • Hashimoto vs. Takemiya – 6th Pro Best Ten – 5th-6th Place Playoff, Final

    6th Pro Best Ten – 5th-6th Place Playoff, Final White: Hashimoto Shoji 9 dan Black: Takemiya Masaki 5 dan Date: May 17, 1969 Place: Kansai Ki-in Komi: 5.5 Black wins by resignation. Analysis by Takemiya Masaki in Kido, March 1975 Please enable JavaScript to view this game.

  • A Great Master of Go

    I was taught how to play go by a doctor from San Francisco. That was in 1973. Bobby Fischer had won the World Chess Championship the previous year and the doctor, after finding out that I was a good chess player, asked me to play a game with him and tried to beat me. When […]

  • Takagawa vs. Hashimoto – 7th Old Meijin League (1967)

    7th Old Meijin League White: Takagawa Shukaku 9 dan Black: Hashimoto Shoji 9 dan Date: November 29~30, 1967 Place: Kansai Ki-in Komi: 5 points   Please enable JavaScript to view this game.

  • Focus on Go Analysis

    近況 “Recent Conditions” Cover of Kido, May 1974 Artist: Shinrinjin Regular visitors to GoWizardry are aware of the fact that artwork posted here often features a poem or haiku or other words written in Japanese. Efforts are taken to give a translation in English of the words. However, this time something unique happened, and it […]

  • Hashimoto vs. Sakata – 12th Annual 10 Dan Title Match, Game 4

    12th Annual 10 Dan Title Match, Game 4 White: Hashimoto Shoji 9 dan Black: Sakata Eio 10 dan Date: March 28, 1974 Place: Toyo Hotel, Osaka. Komi: 5½ points Analysis by Hashimoto Shoji and Sakata Eio   Please enable JavaScript to view this game.

  • Keys to Becoming Shodan: Thickness

    Those interested in replaying the game move by move can click Here to do so. (1-185) Black 103 at the square marked stone; Black 129 at the circle marked stone White 76 connects at 69; White 136 connects at the circle marked stone White: Hashimoto Shoji 9 dan; Black: Kobayashi Koichi 6 dan 21st Annual […]

  • Hashimoto vs. Kobayashi – Round 1 of the 21st NHK Cup

    Black: Kobayashi Koichi 6 dan White: Hashimoto Shoji 9 dan Date: September 7, 1973 Place: NHK studio in Tokyo, Japan   Please enable JavaScript to view this game.  

  • Thickness

    Blast from the Past One of the aims of the American Go Extra was to provide material to help upper kyū level players advance to the next stage. Every issue contained a feature entitled Power Up to Dan Strength! The Spring 1995 issue offered an article that explained a concept that all kyū players find […]

  • Thickness

    Blast from the Past One of the aims of the American Go Extra was to provide material to help upper kyū level players advance to the next stage. Every issue contained a feature entitled Power Up to Dan Strength! The Spring 1995 issue offered an article that explained a concept that kyū players absolutely must […]

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