Volume 2 made some obvious jumps to pick up where the last volume left off, but then throws in the not-entirely-surprising twist of bottom-tier and top-tier rivals rooming together indefinitely. Who would have seen that coming? :p That said, there were enough twists, turns, and upsets throughout the competitions in this story that it kept me interested, reading, and not always expecting the outcomes (though many of them did have me saying, "Yeah, okay, called it").
Still, I feel the need to echo Team Four Star here and say, "I liked this series better when it was called Hikaru no Go." :p
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