British Go Journal No. 65. July 1985. Page 31b.
Finally a problem with no solution - until the next issue that is. White to play. What is happening? This problem is not difficult, but even stronger players at your club might have to think about it for a while.
British Go Journal No. 65. July 1985. Page 5.
Here are another three problems proposed by Richard Granville to allow you to compare your skill with that of our panel of experts.
British Go Journal No. 66. November 1985. Page 5.
Three more problems from Richard Granville to test your whole board intuition against our panel of dan-players, plus a representative from the kyu-ranks.
British Go Journal No. 66. November 1985 Page 6.
Tony Atkins describes the scene at this year's European Championship
British Go Journal No. 65. July 1985. Page 6.
by Matthew Macfadyen
British Go Journal No. 67. April 1986. Page 9.
In each case Black is to play. Be careful with problem 1, there is a beguiling wrong solution. The other involves a really useful tesuji.