INVINCIBLE SHUSAKU PDF

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This book has been widely acclaimed as a masterpiece on one of the greatest go players who ever lived. Shusaku was the leading player of the golden age of go in the midth century. He has become known to later generations as the Saint of Go kisei and is recognized by modern players as one of the great geniuses in the history of the game. His victories over his contemporaries in a number of matches contributed to his reputation, but its main foundation is his perfect record, not even approached by any other player, of nineteen successive wins in the annual castle games played in the presence of the shogun.

Shusaku's games are considered the best model for aspiring professional players to study, especially his games with black. He was unexcelled in his complete mastery of the strategic principles and the practical techniques of go. His games are a treasure house of all the varied elements of the game, from the fuseki to the endgame, but in particular they provide amateur players with ideal material for studying the art of fighting in the middle game.

It is not an exaggeration to say that all the principles and all the techniques of go are embodied in concentrated form in Shusaku's go. This way of playing is only possible if one has a clear understanding of the principles of go and is blessed with superb positional judgement, and it also requires considerable self-confidence.

On those rare occasions when he got into a bad position, he would display tremendous strength in fighting his way back into the lead.

The castle game with Ito Showa in is a good example of a game in which he reveals his latent strength. Another feature of his go is his flexibility and willingness to experiment. Modern go is still far from surpassing Shusaku. Tournament Go , the first-ever yearbook of professional go published in English, presents fascinating, in-depth commentaries on all the top title matches played in Japan in , together with games from international title matches.

This book does full justice to a year of outstanding go with a detailed coverage of all the top title games. Careful, well-researched game analyses, carried out by top professional players, show you the world of Japanese professional go from the inside. It contains 50 game reports, of which 46 are full commentaries.

All the commentaries are published in English for the first time.

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Invincible - The Games of Shusaku

This book has been widely acclaimed as a masterpiece on one of the greatest go players who ever lived. Shusaku was the leading player of the golden age of go in the midth century. He has become known to later generations as the Saint of Go kisei and is recognized by modern players as one of the great geniuses in the history of the game. His victories over his contemporaries in a number of matches contributed to his reputation, but its main foundation is his perfect record, not even approached by any other player, of nineteen successive wins in the annual castle games played in the presence of the shogun.

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Invincible, the Game of Shusaku

He is known for his undefeated streak of games during the annual castle games ; his thirty-game match with Ota Yuzo ; the eponymous Shusaku opening ; and his posthumous veneration as a "Go sage". He was nicknamed Invincible Shusaku because of his castle games performance. He was nicknamed "Invincible" after he earned a perfect score for 19 straight wins in the annual castle games. Out of respect for his teacher, Shusaku refused to play with white against his teacher thus there is no clear gauge of the difference in strength between them.

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