- 1. Wu – Kitani Minoru
- 2. Wu – Fujisawa Hosai
- 3. Wu – Sakata Eio
- 4. Wu – Honinbo Shukaku
- 5. Wu – Honinbo Shukaku
- 6. Wu – Hashimoto Utaro
- 7. Wu – Sakata Eio
- 8. Wu – Shimamura Toshihiro
All games of Go Seigen were commented by Go Seigen 9-dan himself, and the commentaries were translated from the book “Detailed Analysis of Wu Qing Yuan’s Famous Games” by Jim Z Yu in 1993.
Jim Z Yu also annotate the commentaries (talking as I between ) and made it publicly available. You can read his explanation about his work here.
This book provides 8 games from Go Seigen and stories about some of the players and the context.
The content provided by Jim Z Yu and Patrick Bridges was so rich that I thought I had to make it online in a nicely readable way.
The only addition I made was to find the games examples was from and insert variations/comments to it so the curious reader have access to the context. Thus, there might be some variation or label mistakes in those sgf files.
Please report any errors to me by commenting on the page or in kgs. Climu.
Note about copyright from Patrick Bridges:
All of the text here included here was pulled off of the Internet Go Archive, and translated from uncopyrighted Chinese books by Jim Z.~Yu. Mr.~Yu holds copyright on the translations and stories in this book, and has granted the right to reproduce his material for personal (non-commercial) reference. Typesetting and editing was done by me, Patrick Bridges. My changes are available under the GNU Documentation License, v 1.0 or later, when that becomes available. Until then, I assert copyright over my changes, but grant permission for reproduction or editing for personal, non-commercial use.
Patrick Bridges lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where he works as an Associate Professor in the Computer Science Department at the University of New Mexico. He is also, as of 2015, Associate Chair of the department as well as co-director of the UNM Scalable Systems Laboratory. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Arizona in 2002 working under the direction of Prof. Rick Schlichting, and his B.S. from Mississippi State University in 1994, where he worked with Prof. Tony Skjellum.
Patrick’s general research interests focusses on system software for large-scale computer systems, particularly high-performance scientific computing systems. As part of this, he collaborates with a wide range of other researchers both inside and outside of UNM.
Outside of work, he has a wide range of interests, many of which involve his wonderful family. This includes photography, tennis, the Game of Go, and other outdoor activities. Politically, he is an unapologetic liberal. (Source: © The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque)
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