April 2005

British Go Journal No. 1. Summer 1967. Page 2.

Honinbo Shusai





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British Go Journal No. 1. Summer 1967. Page 5a.

The first of these openings is from a book by a professional and it starts with a statement of general principles which any player would do well to remember.





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British Go Journal No. 1. Summer 1967. Page 5b.

Opening 1 is on page 5a.

The game-file in SGF format.





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British Go Journal No. 1. Summer 1967. Page 7.





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British Go Journal No. 1. Summer 1967. Page 9.





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British Go Journal No. 1. Summer 1967. Page 11.

Part 1b is on page 10.





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British Go Journal No. 1. Summer 1967. Page 13b.

When studying a master game the following points may prove useful.





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British Go Journal No. 1. Summer 1967. Page 13c.

Yamabe v. Ohira

Black gives 4½ points komi. In a professional tournament to avoid ties 4½ or 5½ points are given for komi.





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Players in order of registration strength. Random within one grade. Games played as full handicap according to West Surrey rules (an X stone game has X<=9 on the star points, X+6 komi to Black (X=0 6 komi to White), if X>9 then 10 komi to black per extra stone, clock = 50+2X/50-2X minutes, Black wins jigo.





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Tournament Name: 
Thames Valley Team
Tournament Date: 
28 March 2005

Held in Swindon

Entrants Round 1 Winners Round 2 Winners Tournament Winners




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