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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The book presents all 40 of Fujisawa Shuko’s games in the Kisei Title matches.
In Junethe dispute was resolved and Fujisawa was reinstated to the Ki-in. Liviu is currently reading it Mar 08, Moreover, he also contributed hugely to Go outside Japan. I was asked to give a more comprehensive description about our life in Beijing, so here goes, albeit a little late on my part: The game was of good quality, and turned out very exciting.
He has a nice, solid style, and is able to play in an incredibly relaxed way. The help he gave to Chinese Go even bolstered China in its rivalry with Japan: Thanks for telling us about the problem. At first he fujiaawa his own money, later acquiring sponsors.
Fujisawa Shuko – Go of Ten
Fujisawa won the first 3 games, controlling each and every move Cho made. Will this book make you stronger?
Despite his controversial acts, such as a excessive drinking and gambling, he played go at the highest levels when the times came. Perhaps the crowning achievement of his go career was winning the Kisei title on its inception inat the relatively advanced age of 51, and holding it for 6 straight years from to Bynobody thought anyone else but Fujisawa would win the Kisei, but that was silenced when he finally lost it to Cho Chikun in He was also known for his calligraphy and had several exhibits of his works.
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Fujisawa, a student of Fukuda Masayoshibegan studying at the Nihon Kiin in and turned pro in Retrieved from ” https: Thank you for your review of this book. He is known to play a very flexible fuseki but infamous in making errors, or poka later in the game. 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.
It was a pleasure to learn about his domination of the Kisei title, an achievement made even more remarkable by his lifestyle at fuijsawa time. His last place of residence was Kawasaki City.
Take a look at the free sample chapter; that will give you a good idea of what to look forward to in the rest of the book. Go World 1 started with game 3 of the first title match and never backtracked. Long time no write!
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SmartGo Books ebook Reader apps: He held the Oza for three consecutive years from to Matt Canova marked it as fujisawx Sep 16, Of course, a trip to a go salon also involves playing. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
I realised that many of the shapes and ploys as Fujisawa likes to say in use today were pioneered by Fujisawa in the 80s.