Steppingstones to Go

Steppingstones to Go

Book - 1965
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Invented some four thousand years ago in China by arranging some black and some white stones in opposition, Go is the worlds oldest game. Similar to chess, it challenges every competency to dream up winning strategies; but unlike the minor skirmish of a chess match, go is a full-scale war. This easy-to-use guide book explains its fundamental principles -- easy enough for a beginner to play a game with a few moments of instruction, and yet baffling to any expert. From the basic rules, Shigemi Kishikawa explains the complete range of moves and potential arrangements of this popular game, accompanying that beginner to an advanced level. Stepping Stones to Go is the most definitive guidebook to this challenging pastime one could hope want.
Publisher: Rutland, Vt. : C. E. Tuttle Co., [1965]
ISBN: 9780804805476
Branch Call Number: LPLC851002154036
Characteristics: 159 p. :,illus. ;,20 cm.


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