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Hikaru no Go Vol. 11: A Fierce Battle

Hikaru no Go Volume 11

A Fierce Battle
Hikaru's classmate Ochi has won enough games to guarantee his place among the top three players who will pass the pro test. Hikaru, on the other hand, still needs to win more games, and he'll soon face his friend Waya and Ochi himself, who has been preparing for their match with Akira's help! When the dust clears, who will be left standing?
Story by Yumi Hotta and Art by Takeshi Obata
197 Pages
$6.99

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Hikaru no Go Vol. 12: Sai's Day Out

Sai's Day Out

Hikaru no Go Vol. 12

Hikaru's career as a professional Go player begins! In his first game, he must face veteran player Toya Meijin, none other than Akira's father. But to Sai, this round is personal. Then Sai attempts to teach a cheating Go player a lesson he'll never forget... Will Hikaru's ghostly master do him proud, or make him like an amateur?
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