Commented Games by Lee Sedol I has 4 ratings and 1 review. Manny said: This book, which contains three minutely analysed Go games by. Commented Games By Lee Sedol has 2 ratings and 1 review. Zoran Rilak said: A very thorough, precise treatment of Lee Sedol’s most important games through. The highly anticipated English version 3rd volume of the Commented Games by Lee Sedol was announced by Baduktopia as being released.
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Trivia About Commented Games b I am sure it was thanks to Father’s rigorous training program that James later became Britain’s top double-0 operative. I really enjoyed it and will be posting the review for his second book soon!
RealTV Monotones marked it as to-read Mar 17, In fact, the only way I think that the game reviews could get any commrnted would be if Lee Sedol himself were sitting with me one on one while going over his games and answering my questions. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Sep 17, Manny rated it really liked it Shelves: The way Lee Sedol highlights the important moments of each game is new and really helped to wrap up the game in a very thorough manner.
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Book Review: Commented Games by Lee Sedol: Volume 1 – BenGoZen
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Alexander Shelemin marked it as to-read Sep 10, I would be sedoo to help. My approach to memorizing Go games is to replay them numerous times from start to finish. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
A highly enjoyable and revealing read for players around 5 kyu and up. Technically, the books are loaded with useful insights into the ope A very thorough, precise treatment of Lee Sedol’s most important games throughout his career as a rising star in the world of go. This will definitely be one of my favorites xommented all time and I am looking forward to revisiting it many times in my journey as a go player.
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Finally, spread throughout the chapters, players will fommented find anecdotes and random tidbits called Episodes in the Table of Contents about Lee Sedol that serve as an extremely enjoyable break. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Like most people, I gravitated toward the most well known and strongest players i. At esdol end of each game, Lee Sedol goes through and summarizes the highlights of each game and discusses the importance of that moment.
However, this is actually a really good thing since you will notice that I did not mention my eyes glazing over or anything. This is something I had never encountered before and found it really helped me gain perspective on the game.
Michael Mcgee marked it as to-read May 04, A title page featuring: The realization of just how important accurate reading is when it comes to go.
Commented Games By Lee Sedol
Want to Read saving…. The three-volume book has been authored and published by the Lee family. Not only was I […]. This gave me the time I needed to swim past the shark and reach the hidden escape hatch.
Commented Games by Lee Sedol: This book, which contains three minutely analysed Go games by top Korean player Lee Sedol and personal anecdotes by his sister Lee Sena, is strongly recommended if you happen to be one of the few Westerners who’s serious about this game. After a steller performance in Japan, Cho had to return to Korea for the mandatory military service. But in all the commented game recommendations I have encountered online I never once heard mentioned Cho Hun-hyun: Micah rated it really liked it Oct 30, It is authored by Lee Sedol and Lee Senafirst published by Baduktopia inand translated by Daniela Trinksupon which it was released to the Western go world in A very thorough, precise treatment of Lee Sedol’s most important games throughout his career as a rising star in the world of go.
Needless to say, I learned the hard way how incredibly inaccessible professional commentaries can be. I was so used to other professional commentaries where game diagrams were often 10 moves or longer with such advanced discussions that this new approach was such a relief.