Capturing races are complicated. Really complicated. Just to cite one example, there’s the five basic types of semeai with 93 possible cases and over 200 principles governing how to determine status and outcome. Robert Jasiek’s new book, Capturing Races 1 attempts to organize and address some of the basic issues involved in just 272 pages, though more volumes are planned. “Capturing Races” can be used as either a textbook for study or as a reference dictionary, Jasiek says. The book introduces terms and basic theory before applying it as well as including problems and answers so the reader can check on whether the theory’s been applied correctly. The book serves also as a dictionary, classifying capturing races into two basic groups. Click here to see sample pages and to order.
American Go E-Journal
Monday December 19, 2011