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"The Second Book of Go" by Robert Bozulich - back to the basics for Jim Story!!!

From: Jim S.
Sent on: Thursday, April 29, 2010 10:18 AM
Dear All,

I've decided that a little "back to the basics" wouldn't hurt me a bit. So, I picked up my old copy of "The Second Book of Go" by Robert Bozulich and started reading.

Well, you know, I thought I knew all of these things, but there were a few that I had, if not learned, then forgotten!

If you haven't read it, it's a great novice book. Also, another fantastic book is Yulin Yang's "The Fundamental Principles of Go". It's all about what do do in the fuseki (big opening). VERY instructive and easy to follow, too!

Yours in Go,

Jim Story

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