Games of Go provides commentary on a dozen games of Go, the ancient Oriental board game. Unlike most game reviews, each and every move is commented upon. This is simply because beginning and intermediate Go players simply do not know why most stronger players make their moves.Unlike the majority of Go books, there is only one move per board diagram.
The games cover games by players from 20 kyu right up to 8 dan. The book is suitable for beginners and intermediate players up to about 8-10 kyu.The book is A4 in format, with 3 columns per page, and well over 3,000 board diagrams.
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Neil Moffatt was born in West London in 1957, moving to Cardiff in 1969 where he now resides. A degree in Electronics at Liverpool University took him to a 4+ year career as a Broadcast Engineer at BBC Radio in Central London. A career switch to programming involved a move to the IBM UK headquarters in Portsmouth, and the start of a 20+ year in IT.Health problems led to a self employed career as cabinet maker, artist, electrician, and more recently professional photographer and author.Neil is an emotional man, passionate about product usability, the Oriental game of Go, Liverpool FC and health. He still plays soccer regularly in his 50s.Personal web site : www.neilmoffatt.co.ukLearn Go game web site : www.learngo.co.uk