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The 3-3 Point Modern Opening Strategy in Go
Opening theory in go has a long history and has undergone many changes. In the 17th through 19th centuries, the first move in the corner was usually played on the 3-4 point, or occasionally the 5-3 or the 5-4 point. The star point was almost never played. Then in the mid-1930s, the "New Fuseki" became the vogue. The star point became a key feature and emphasis was placed o ...more
Paperback, 226 pages
Published May 28th 2015 by Ishi Press
(first published May 1991)
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Rather dated treatment of this rather dated fuseki. The 3-3 point has been out of fashion for twenty years. But it is interesting reading Cho's analyses, and getting familiar with how this joseki was used. And I always find useful tidbits of go knowledge in CC's books, regardless of the topicality of the proclaimed topic.