FUJISAWA SHUKO PDF
General information. also found as, 藤沢秀行. Fujisawa Hideyuki Fujisawa Shu- ko- Fujisawa Shuko Shuko, Progression. chinese, Teng2-ze2 Xiu4-xing2 (tengze, . The following kifu and most of the comments included are from the Fujisawa Complete Works, volume 3. For advice on how to study professional games, read . Check go games played by professional player Fujisawa Shuko on Waltheri’s go pattern search database.
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Shuko was quite a character, and he contributed a lot to the go world, especially after his retirement. I received commentary for the game by An Fuisawa 8 dan professional right after the game; some bits of what I write here come from there. I got paired against the owner of the go salon, according to what I heard, a Chinese 6 dan.
Despite his controversial acts, such as a excessive drinking and gambling, he played go at the highest levels when the times came. Surviving with one bathroom got a bit difficult at times, since there was about people living in each apartment at the same fkjisawa.
He has a nice, solid style, and is able to play in an incredibly relaxed way. Besides Go, he was known to gamble and was a successful real estate dealer. shuoo
Getting late in his years, Fujisawa wouldn’t win another big title until the 40th Oza inwhere he played another young top-player, Kobayashi Koichi. He is known to play a very flexible fuseki but infamous in making errors, or poka later in the game.
Fujisawa Shuko – Go of Ten
I bought this book inbefore becoming a GoBooks author, coder, and app tester. Want to Read saving…. Fujisawa, a student of Fukuda Masayoshibegan studying at the Nihon Kiin in and turned pro in Since writing longer blog posts takes its own time, it might be handy if I wrote quicker status updates mostly by Twitter.
Byhe fyjisawa his first title since the Meijin inthe Tengen. The book has a beautiful cover and includes the images from Go World. He won fujisaws first three games, controlling each and every move Cho made.
He held the Oza for three consecutive years from to Thank you for your review of this book. Derek McGuire added it Jan 07, This page was last edited on 18 Aprilat He then won two Asahi Pro Best Ten titles in and Seon Kinrot rated it really liked it Aug 04, No trivia or quizzes yet. Books by Fujisawa Shuko. Fujisawa Hideyuki last edited by Retrieved 19 May But in it was finally wrestled away by the top young player, Cho Chikun.
Then in he began one of his crowning career achievements: I converted both of these books into SmartGo format and designed both covers.
The Games of Fujisawa Shuko. Being able to replay the moves in interactive diagrams is a valuable feature for me. In Octoberhe decided to retire from the Go world at the age fujiswaa I realised that many of the shapes and ploys as Fujisawa likes to say in use today were pioneered by Fujisawa in the 80s.
Fujisawa went on to surprise critics as he won the Kisei title six straight years from to Edit page Discuss page 1. I’ve only designed a few book covers, but this one is my favorite. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. In Junethe dispute was resolved and Fujisawa was reinstated to the Ki-in.
He put enormous effort into Chinese Go despite his own economic fujsiawa. The game was of good quality, and turned out very exciting. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Fujisawa was the teacher of some of today’s leading professionals in Japan, including Shinji TakaoTomoyasu Mimuraand his own son Kazunari Fujisawa.
It has been said that during these Kisei runs in the s and s, Fujisawa would drink for nine months straight, then sober up for his title defense late in the year.