6 edition of The 1971 Honinbo tournament found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Iwamoto Kaoru, in collaboration with James C. Davies.|
|Series||Championship go ; v. 1|
|Contributions||Davies, James C., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||GV1460.75.H66 I82|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||206 p. :|
|Number of Pages||206|
|LC Control Number||75316040|
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Professional Tournaments. The Nihon Ki-in organizes many tournaments for professional players. The major title tournaments include the Kisei (棋聖, Board Master), Meijin (名人, Grand Master, hosted with Asahi Shinbun), Honinbo (本因坊), Judan (dan), Tengen (天元, Center), Gosei (碁聖, Master of Go), and the Oza (王座, King). There are also separate Honinbo, Meijin, and Kisei. Texas Tech Red Raiders Blue 84 Women's NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament March Madness Final Four Bound Tri-Blend Long Sleeve T-Shirt - Heather Black. $ Men's New Era Black Notre Dame Fighting Irish ACC Women's Basketball Conference Tournament Champions 9FIFTY Adjustable Snapback Hat. Reduced: $
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The book, The Honinbo Tournament was published in by Ishi Press, around the height of Fischer-Spassky (chess players) tells how Ishida Yoshio, a entered the Honinbo The 1971 Honinbo tournament book for the first time, won it, and went on to beat the established Honinbo, Rin Kaiho, in the title match.
The book contains very detailed game commentaries in English. The Honinbo Tournament book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5. The Honinbo Tournament James Davis, Kaoru Iwamoto 9-dan Ishida, Otake, Takemiya, Kato, Cho, and two other Kobayashi's has collectively The 1971 Honinbo tournament book three-fourths of the major Japanese title matches.
The Honinbo Tournament, by Iwamoto Kaoru. Ishi G7/Kiseido K7; This book is a report on the Honinbo Tournament, which was won by Ishida Yoshio. It contains all of the games in the final, all of Ishida's games in the Honinbo League, and Ishida's last game in the preliminary tournament.
T THE HONINBO TOURNAMENT by Iwamoto Kaoru. Japan. 9dan in collaboration with Jam. The Honinbo Tournament has 11 ratings and 3 reviews. Manny said: This is the best English-language book I know on Go, and one of the best games. This is the best English-language book I know on Go, and one of the best games books I have read in any category.
The Honinbo Tournament clearly describes the qualification stages Ishida Yoshio, at that time 7-dan, had to conquer before earning the right to challenge Rin Kaiho for the Honinbo title. He then went on to win the best-of-seven match and become the youngest Honinbo ever at the age of The Honinbo Tournament.
The Honinbo Tournament by Kaoru Iwamoto. Scott added it Frank rated it liked it. The disparity in funding isn’t that huge The Honinbo Tournament By: But if you’re fascinated by games and want to see something really different, then buy it now, together with a couple of introductory texts.
The Honinbo Tournament. I found the custom of ending each day’s tournament play with a sealed move kind of cool. While ninety-eight percent of this book is focused solidly on the games’ strategies and tactics, I was amused by occasional observations such hninbo “Ishida came to [the fifth match] sporting a modest growth of beard.
However, the Honinbo tournament book shows the game from Ishida's (White's) point of view, rotated degrees as below. Honinbo match, game 1, 16 - 19 and are the source of the comment in the Honinbo book but is the start of the analysis in the dictionary.
The Honinbo Tournament [Davis, James, 9-dan, Kaoru Iwamoto] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Honinbo TournamentAuthor: James Davis, Kaoru Iwamoto 9-dan. The Honinbo Tournament chronicles Ishida's first major triumph.
It starts with his win in the preliminary tournament which earned him the right to play in the league. It then presents his seven league games and the six games in the title match.
Each game is. The Honinbo Tournament (Championship Go, Vol. 1) (Championship go ; v. 1) Hardcover – January 1, by Kaoru Iwamoto (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Author: Kaoru Iwamoto.  76th Japanese Honinbo, preliminary Sada Atsushi 4p: Fujii Shuya 7p: B+  76th Japanese Honinbo, preliminary Muramoto Wataru 2p: Hikosaka Naoto 9p: B+R  76th Japanese Honinbo, preliminary O Rissei 9p: Takeuchi Kosuke 4p: B+R  76th Japanese Honinbo, preliminary Terayama Rei 6p: Sun Zhe 7p: W+R.
The houses Hon'inbō. The Hon'inbō house was easily the strongest school of Go for most of its existence. It was established in and survived until Upon the closure of the school, the title Hon'inbō came to be used for the winner of the Honinbo Tournament, which is now an annual professional go event in is run under the titleholder system, meaning that at any given time.
The Honinbo (本因坊) is a Go competition and the oldest Go title in Japan. Sponsored by Mainichi Shimbun, the Honinbo pays out ¥32 million ($, as of October ). . 26th - 30th match, - Ishida Yoshio wins five matches in a row and earns the title of 'Honorary Honinbo', just like Takagawa and Sakata before him.
31st match, Takemiya Masaki's first Honinbo title. 32nd - 34th match, - Kato Masao adds the Honinbo to his many titles. 35th match, Takemiya Masaki's second Honinbo title. K The Honinbo Tournament Return by Iwamoto Kaoru 9-dan In Novemberan unhearalded year-old 7-dan won his way into the Honinbo league.
There, over the next 6 months, he beat some of the world's strongest players to earn the right to challenge Rin Kaiho for the Honinbo title. At that time, Rin was the undisputed king of the go world. Honinbo title games This page gives the title games (in SGF format) for the Honinbo (本因坊) title.
For results from the league, see the subpages linked to (in the first column). Go News» Japanese Honinbo See also: Game list Editions: 75th 74th 73rd 72nd 71st 70th 69th 68th 67th 66th 65th 64th 63rd 62nd 61st 60th 59th 58th 57th 56th 55th 54th 53rd 52nd 51st 50th 49th 48th 47th 46th 45th 44th 43rd 42nd 41st 40th 39th 38th 37th 36th 35th 34th 33rd 32nd 31st 30th 29th 28th 27th 26th 25th 24th 23rd 22nd 21st 20th 19th.
A new video compresses the second game of the historic Honinbo Tournament into a compelling 4 1/2 minute sequence, complete with music by the Blue Dot Sessions. Ishida Yoshio, j entered the Honinbo League for the first time that year, won it, and went on to beat the established Honinbo, Rin Kaiho, in the title match.
The game 1 of the Honinbo title match was won by Iyama Yuta 9p who has defended Honinbo for 8 consectlve years. But Iyama and Shibano Toramaru 9p have played 7 games for the official tournaments so far and the result is Shinano 9p won 5 games against Iyama .Just after finishing their battle for the 75th Honinbo title Shibano Toramaru and Iyama Yuta meet again for the 45th Meijin title.
This time the role of title hlder and challenger are reversed though. Iyama had to work hard to become challenger. He needed to win all his league games to stay ahead of Ichiriki Ryo who ended 2nd with 7 out of 8 wins.On his retirement inHoninbo Shusai ceded his title to the Nihon Kiin (the main organisation of professional Go players in Japan), to be awarded in an annual tournament among all leading players.
Since then other major contests have been introduced, the most important being the Meijin and Kisei tournaments.