At the end of last year, I decided that I wanted to do something new to try and improve my game. Like many Go players who have reached single digit Kyu level, I was feeling a bit stuck. Having played… Continue Reading
Well, I am currently watching this game and I am at about move 70. The thing is… I have watched many many Pro games and this is the first one I have ever seen that gets into the kind of… Continue Reading
(Update): It’s hard to believe I wrote this post over 2 years ago. How time flies! Well, a lot has gone on in the YouTube and Twitch world of Go since 2018. Korean professionals Yeonwoo Cho, Youngsung Yoon, there’s Baduk… Continue Reading
Robin plays a typically chaotic game on KGS Go Server against his unwitting opponent. It’s one of those games where you click through and around the second half of the game you start grinning inanely.
My aunts and uncles, who are about an hour’s drive away in Birmingham, are big board gamers. I always remember visiting a few times a year, when I was young. They had this huge fitted wardrobe in one of the… Continue Reading
This post is inspired by Haylee’s YouTube video about ROSE – a system to decide where to play next. This post is also influenced by discussions on Sensei’s Library and on the Go forum LifeIn19x19. How many of us have… Continue Reading
This volume is the first in a three volume set, published in 1965, by tsumego author and 9-dan professional Maeda Nobuaki (1907-1975). The book consists of 225 problems which are suitable for players from 10-kyu to 4-kyu. In addition to… Continue Reading