(last update: 13 July 2013)

Page, Place | Current Text | Correction |
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p.26 (answer B10) | { diagram } | { Rename points as follows: 5→7, point above A→6, A→5 } |

Black wins by <5→A or (B;C;D) or (A;E;F;D)> | Black wins by <7→E or (B;C;D) or (E;F;D)> | |

p.36 (answer B31) | same wherever 2 | if 2 elsewhere, Black wins in the same way, or wins after playing Threes d and 5 |

p.37 (problem B35) | { diagram } | { Remove the leftmost White stone, and shift the top White stone two lines left } |

p.38 (answer B35) | { diagram } | { Same as above } |

Black wins by (A;C) if 5/4, <5→A> if C/4 or <5→D> if 4 elsewhere | if 4 elsewhere, Black wins by <5→D> | |

p.47 (problem C08) | { diagram } | { Remove a Black stone and a White stone in the 2nd horizontal line } |

p.48 (answer C08) | { The modified answer is different from the original. Refer to C214 in Web-site [2] } | |

p.53 (problem C18) | { diagram } | { Shift the rightmost lowest White stone above one line } |

p.54 (answer C18) | { diagram } | { Same as above } |

{ The corrected answer is similar to the original, but details are different. Refer to C153 in Web-site [2] } |