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  • Fifty Years of Popular Fuseki

    Bridge USA Summer Festival to be held July 13~14 in Torrance, California, a suburban section of Southern California. Various musical and stage events are scheduled, there will be booths featuring Japanese merchandise and cultural items, prepared Japanese dishes and a charity bazaar. http://www.bridgeusa.com/page/event Sakata Eio, Honorary Honinbo Looks Back Fifty Years of Popular Fuseki By […]

  • Fifty Years of Popular Joseki

    By Sakata Eio, Honorary Honinbo The Hakata Gion Yamakasa Festival in Fukuoka is celebrated in early July. It is the main festival of the Kushida Shrine and registered as a UNESCO intangible cultural heritage. It is said to have originated 800 years ago when an epidemic was raging in Hakata. A monk prayed to end […]

  • 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.

  • Focus on Professional Games

    The National Cherry Blossom Festival takes place in Washington, D.C. between March 20 and April 14. The most popular place to see the trees are at the Tidal Basin, where visitors flock to sites near the Jefferson Memorial (above), the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial. Major events include: the […]

  • Kamimura vs. Takemiya – 20th Annual Oza Tournament, 2nd Preliminary Round

    20th Annual Oza Tournament, 2nd Preliminary Round White: Kamimura Kunio 6 dan Black: Takemiya Masaki 6 dan Played on November 1972 at the Nihon Ki-in. Komi: 5 1/2 points 99 moves. Black wins by resignation. Analysis by Abe Yoshiteru 7 dan in Kido, January 1972 Please enable JavaScript to view this game.

  • A Potpourri of Go Positions

    花咲翁 「棋道」の表紙 横尾森林人 = Kido no Hyoshi = Kido Cover = "Hanasaki Okina" = "Blooming Flower Old Man" The late Abe Yoshiteru 9 dan (September 28, 1941~July 3, 2000) was renowned as a studious player who tried to be present in as many venues as serious games of go were played, either by professionals or […]

  • Sakai vs. Takemiya – 12th Annual Meijin Tournament, Preliminary Round

    12th Annual Meijin Tournament, Preliminary Round White: Sakai Josho 6 dan Black: Takemiya Masaki 6 dan Date: February 1972 Place: Nihon Ki-in Komi: 5 points   Please enable JavaScript to view this game.

  • Secrets of Professional Reading Revealed

    By Takemiya Masaki 6 dan From Kido February 1972 Positions I Agonized Over in this Game Game Progress Figure 1 (1-30) Those interested in replaying the game move by move can click here to do so. The overly large knight’s move fencing-in move of Black 11 is a ploy I used to initiate immediate sharp […]

  • Kato vs. Takemiya, 27th Honinbo League

    27th Honinbo League White: Kato Masao 7 dan Black: Takemiya Masaki 6 dan Date: December 15, 1971 Komi: 4.5 points   Please enable JavaScript to view this game.

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Go on the Go Collection: Volume I

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Go For Everyone

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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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