The Game of Go
THE GAME OF GO
Sato Tadanobu, a Samurai of the Twelfth Century, Defending Himself with a “Goban” when Attacked by His Enemies.
NATIONAL GAME OF JAPAN
MOFFAT, YARD & COMPANY1908
All rights reserved
Published, July, 1908
The Plimpton Press Norwood Mass. U.S.A.
|History of the Game||1|
|Description of the Board and Stones||18|
|Rules of Play||26|
|General Methods of Play and Terminology of the Game||57|
|“Joseki” and Openings||119|
|The End Game||186|
|Sato Tadanobu, a Samurai of the Twelfth Century, defending himself with a "goban," when attacked by his enemies||Frontispiece|