Invitation to Go
Known as Wei Ch'i in China, the territorial board game of Go is enjoyed today by millions around the world. Its rules are simple, but it bears endless possibilities for complex strategic maneuvers. Manuals for Go are hard to come by; this introduction helps both novices and experienced players alike. 124 diagrams.
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