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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Jared Davis marked it as to-read Sep 19, The three-volume book has been authored and published by the Lee family.
The print is large and some diagrams are repeated, but commejted the analysis goes down to the level of an amateur strong enough to understand how a game is played on a 19x A highly enjoyable and revealing read for players around 5 kyu and up. Fortunately what is available tends to be of very high quality.
Clare Elizabeth sddol it as to-read Sep 10, He describes the research done prior to beginning the project.
Trivia About Commented Games B RealTV Monotones marked it as to-read Mar 17, swdol Players who have run into issues understanding professional commentaries in the past and are looking for a book that tries to bridge that gap. Get Strong at Joseki 2. This gives the games a personal touch and a sense of drama usually missing from third party commentary.
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In Go, patience and tenacity cannot be undervalued. Read the press release. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
He spoke to many people to gain insight into the kind of person and player that Cho Hun-hyeon was. Anon marked it as to-read May 22, Technically, the books are loaded with useful insights into the ope A very thorough, precise treatment of Lee Sedol’s most important games throughout his career as a rising star in the world of go. However, this is actually a really good thing since you will notice that I did not mention my eyes glazing over or anything. A black and white picture from the actual game itself with the respective players included.
Michael Mcgee marked it as to-read May 04, Like the Shusaku Ear-Reddening game this is a tale of winning what appears to be a lost game. Like most people, I gravitated toward the most well known and strongest players i. James did four hours of martial arts and two of target practice every day, and in the evening he studied languages, developing a flawless accent in French, Italian, German, Russian and Mandarin.
Get Strong at Joseki 3. She relates of the development of her brother as a go player and human being, very often referring to their father, a 5d amateur who has been his teacher until he died from lung cancer. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Commented Games by Lee Sedol I
The book cojmented originally published in Japan in with the title So Kungen Igo Meikyoku-Shu as part of a series covering cimmented masters from outside of Japan. Below each kifu was at least a few lines from Lee Sedol commenting on his mental state of mind or thoughts he was having at the time.
At the end of each game, Lee Sedol goes through and summarizes the highlights of each ggames and discusses the importance of that moment. Although the drink was shaken rather than stirred, accepting would have been intolerably submissive, so on move 54 I initiated the sequence I had considered earlier. And after his service, unlike the legendary Cho ChikunCho Hun-hyeon decided to stake his professional career in his homeland.
In the first volume, Lee Sedol has chosen three games that had a special significance in his career commsnted discusses them for about a hundred pages each. In terms of my ability to understand the discussion about the variations however, I would have to say that there were times it was a bit difficult for me to follow. The Games of Shusaku in venerated tones.
In addition, since each game diagram is usually only a few moves long, the game discussion is broken down in far more detail and provides weaker players like myself an actual chance at learning something! Paperbackpages. What did I gain from reading this book? Needless to say, I learned the hard way how incredibly inaccessible professional commentaries can be. No specific clmmented is required beyond life and death. By Cimmented September 10, This set up important potential for the following combination.
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Ben Koops marked it as to-read Sep 05, In addition to the game commentary the book ends with some excellent material describing the history as well as the then contemporary state of Go in Korea s.
Edit page Discuss page In fact, the only way I think that the game reviews could get les better would be if Lee Sedol himself were sitting with me one on one while going over his gmes and answering my questions. After an overplay, Cho loses control of the game but not without some spectacular fireworks.
The book consists of twenty commented games.
Ayumi marked it as to-read May 26, This book, which contains three minutely analysed Go games by top Korean player Lee Sedol and personal serol by his sister Lee Sena, is strongly recommended if you happen to be one of the few Westerners who’s serious about this game. But in all the commented game recommendations I have encountered online I never once heard mentioned Cho Hun-hyun: Return to Book Page.
Aya Hamouda marked it as to-read Sep 16, Refresh and try again. Bottom Line The first book where a professional provides commentary that can be accessible by beginner and intermediate players though a bit secol towards intermediate players.