For more than four thousand years people have been fascinated by the Asian strategic board game Go. It has always been regarded as a beneficial way to foster creative thinking. Despite the fact that Go can be regarded as a complex and mysterious game, its rules are nevertheless very simple. The game itself is easier to learn than chess. Learning the basic rules requires only a few minutes. Even young children can easily enjoy exciting games. The simple and non-restrictive rules provide freedom of choice, and allow a wide range of possibilities and combinations. This workbook is dedicated to players who have gathered experience on the 9x9 board and want to learn more about tactics. The exercises introduce new shapes and techniques which help to deepen your understanding of the interdependency of the stones. Training with these elements will help you to improve your strength and make your games more fun. You will enjoy seeing your understanding of the game improve, and learn to surprise your friends and playing partners with new deft moves.