This amazing new eBook will take you by the hand, every step of the way through simple and easy step-by-step instructions telling you exactly how to take advantage of the many benefits of running a... More > business online... and how to unlock your treasure chest of profits by expanding your target audience to capture the biggest, most profitable markets.
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Alexandria is on her way to New York City, and it is apparent to Jonathan that she may not be returning back to her peaceful Midwest suburban home. Trying to find a middle ground between voicing his... More > need of Alexandria and letting her be free and follow her dreams, Jonathan makes the best out of his weekend alone.< Less
The final installment of the "So You Want to Play Go?" series is intended for low level dan players looking to improve their game and widen their horizons with respect to Go. By far the... More > most difficult book of the series, the game is presented in Hop's usual fun and laid back style. The book mirrors his training at the Yu Changyuk Baduk Dojo in South Korea where he studied alongside students who would one day become professional players themselves. Reviewed by Russian pro, Alexander Dinerchtein.< Less
Are you looking for an introduction to the game, or find yourself stuck at your rank for longer than your liking? Do you need advice on how to invade, how to fight, or need pointers on how to play in... More > the opening? The "So you want to play Go?" series is a step by step course, beginning with the bare basics in the first series, to more advanced topics in level 3. All aspects of the game are covered, from the Opening to the Middle Game, to essential shapes as well as Life and Death. To top it all off, each book is filled with facts on the history of Go, as well as over 50 tsumego problems to enhance your reading muscle.< Less
Written in the same conversational and friendly style as Level 1, you will explore more of what makes Go fascinating in this installment of the 'So You Want to Play Go?' series. Aimed at players who... More > are not complete beginners, Level 2 is a primer on the basics of the strategies of Go. A guidepost to the tactics of this wonderfully complex strategy game, you'll encounter a variety of subjects, including the opening, the middle game, and new shapes and tesuji. You can approach the book as a step by step course or you could flip around at leisure and tackle whatever you think looks appealing. Graduates of Level 1 will already be familiar with the setup, as each chapter ends with a quick tidbit on the history and culture surrounding Go, as well as 50 tsumego problems to test your mettle.< Less
Level 3 of the 'So You Want to Play Go?' series is intended for the more serious player who one day aims at joining the ranks of the dan level players. Topics such as the middle game and the opening... More > will be familiar to veterans of the series but new topics specifically for single digit kyus, such as sabaki and overconcentration. You can proceed at your own pace, absorbing ideas as you go along or read through each chapter diligently, it's up to you. This installment also features biographies of professional players from China, Japan, and Korea who have dominated the modern tournament scene.< Less