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 Post subject: Lots of hard-to-obtain go books for sale
Post #1 Posted: Fri Aug 06, 2021 2:00 am 
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Hi everybody,

I gave up playing go three years ago and have no intention of resuming. However, I did accumulate many books suitable for players of all levels, both in English and Japanese, that I would now like to sell. As P&P is expensive, I would prefer to sell them off in groups of 5, 10, 15 etc. If you wish to buy a lot of books and live in the UK, then for a reasonable fee I will bring them to you. Most of these books are in good or excellent condition, but some are more worn. I have noted where that is the case. Please private message me with sensible offers for books or groups of books that you would like to buy.

UK-buyers preferred unless you are happy to pay for international shipping.

Here is the list:

Nihon Kiin: Handbook of Proverbs Vol. 1 (falling to pieces)
Zhou Yuan: Masterplay: The Style of Lee Chang Ho
Yang Yi-Lun and Phil Straus: Whoe Board Thinking in Joseki Vol. 1 3-4 Low Kakari
Sakata Eio: Tesuji and Antisuji of Go (falling to pieces)

Shuzo Ohira: Appreciating Famous Games
O Meien: Zone Press Park
Yang Yi-Lun: The Fundamental Principles of Go
John Power: Invincible: The Games of Shusaku
Richard Bozulich: Get Strong at Invading, Get Strong at the Endgame, Get Strong at Joseki 2, Get Strong at Attacking, Get Strong at Handicap Go, Making Good Shape (dog-eared, notes),
Cho Chikun: 3-3 Point Modern Opening Strategy (Excellent Condition)
Nihon Kiin: Little Endgame Dictionary (Haya Wakari) JAPANESE
Nagahara: Strategic Concepts of Go (Poor condition)
James Davies: Life and Death
Fujisawa Shuko: Reducing Territorial Frameworks
Hong Sung-Hwa: First Kyu
Kobayashi Satoru: Za Tesjui (Japanese)
Nie Weiping on Go
The Go Player's Almanac 2001

I hope you will find something you like among these!

Warm regards,


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