Commented Games by Lee Sedol I has 4 ratings and 1 review. Manny said: This book, which contains three minutely analysed Go games by. Commented Games By Lee Sedol has 2 ratings and 1 review. Zoran Rilak said: A very thorough, precise treatment of Lee Sedol’s most important games through. The highly anticipated English version 3rd volume of the Commented Games by Lee Sedol was announced by Baduktopia as being released.

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I am sure it was thanks to Father’s rigorous training program that James later became Britain’s top double-0 operative. In addition, at the end of each game, Lee Sedol highlights all of the important moments along with each game. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Trivia About Commented Games B Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving….

The realization of just how important accurate reading is when it comes to go. A very thorough, precise treatment of Lee Sedol’s most important games throughout his career as a rising star in the world of go.

Commented Games By Lee Sedol

The tournament and round that the game was played in. For the commentary portion of each chapter, each figure had the following structure: After an overplay, Cho loses control of the game but not without some spectacular fireworks.


Perhaps, one could say that Cho Hun-hyeon in some ways fused the deep lessons from Japan with the fighting spirit that characterizes the Korean style? This is something I had never encountered before and found it really helped me gain perspective on the game. I would be glad to help. Pepito marked it as to-read Mar 17, Michael Mcgee marked it as to-read May 04, Unfortunately, it’s a bit hard to get hold of: Ayumi marked it as to-read May 26, In fact, the only way I think that the game reviews could get any better would be if Lee Sedol himself were sitting with me one on one while going over his games and answering my questions.

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Worth every penny and more for the content and experience you get with it! But in all the commented game recommendations I have encountered online I never once heard mentioned Cho Hun-hyun: The book was originally published in Japan in with the title So Kungen Igo Meikyoku-Shu as part of a series covering contemporary masters from outside of Japan. Frank is currently reading it May 02, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Endgame isn’t given as thorough a treatment IIRC.

This was after Cho had held all Korean titles three times, The date that the game was played. By BenGoZen September 10, Well if you do, be sure to let me know what you think of it when you read it!

Cho always starts with a description of the conditions of the game along with illuminating stories that place the opponent in context with the greater flow of Go at the time. The book consists of twenty commented games. Fortunately what is available tends to be of very high quality. Clare Elizabeth marked it as to-read Ele 10, Gxmes format of the commentaries is consistent.


Return to Book Page. The weakness I had created with No’s girlfriend gave me the extra moves 58 and 60, and on reaching move 66 she was in the shark tank with me, bleeding from the bullet she had received from No. It takes professional level commentary to a level never seen before.

This gave me the time I needed to swim past the shark and reach the hidden escape hatch. Edit page Discuss page Aya Hamouda marked it as to-read Sep 16, A large kifu that made it easy to read and figure out where each move was. No made the usual greeting on move 49 “So, Mr Bond, we meet at last” and on move 53 offered me a vodka martini. Like the Shusaku Ear-Reddening game this is a tale of winning what appears to be a lost game.

Each time through the game I pick different points to pause and enjoy the scenery, so to speak. Commented Games by Lee Sedol: