I am inspired by the description about the “Grandfather of GO” (or the Father of Modern GO), so was called GO Pro Yasui Senchi ( 1764-1837).
Senchi’s style was notably different from the other players of his days, leading to one description of his play as “switching between the orthodox and unorthodox in fathomless ways“. His style was later revived and refined as shinfuseki in the 1930s
Senchi often began from the 4-5 and 3-5 points, played on the fourth and fifth lines, emphasized the center, and enjoyed building large center moyos.
Another game of Senchi I found on Badukmovies (Source: http://goo.gl/E6hC0n)
Black: Yasui Senchi Senkaku 6p
White: Honinbo Retsugen 7p
Date: 26 June 1787