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Real Board Go Lectures – Life not Death

I picked this game of Ke Jie's to go over for my Real Board Go Lecture's because the life and death in this game is quite phenomenal. We always hear that professional Go players can live in areas where you wouldn't expect. Here we get to see young Ke Jie demonstrate his prowess on the [...]

By |October 11th, 2015|Go Lectures, Real Board|0 Comments

Real Board Go Lectures – My Worst Video Ever!

In many ways this is the worst best recording I've ever done. The settings on the camera weren't quite what I thought they were and needs a lot more testing! Next time shall be better!

That said, these two professionals, even with the terrible quality, are worth memorizing. These guys will be the [...]

By |June 19th, 2015|Go Lectures, Real Board|0 Comments

Go Lecture: Lee Changho vs High Chinese Fuseki

Here is a game where we see Lee Changho take on the High Chinese Fuseki.  If you're looking for how to take on this Fuseki, might want to check out this interesting game!

By |January 18th, 2015|Fortnight, Go Lectures|0 Comments

Go Lecture: Tygem Pros – All In The Middle!

Tygem is a Go server where you expect relentless violence. A never ending barrage of blood each player must wade through, struggling not to drown. You may then be surprised to learn that this game between idontca1 and ddcg is anything but a normal Tygem game. These two play a basic influence [...]

By |October 30th, 2014|Fortnight, Go Lectures|1 Comment

Let’s Study – A Gu Lingyi Game

Continuing on in our quest to figure out how to study professional games we come across a young, aggressive player by the name of Gu Lingyi. If you need help on your invasions, does this guy have some tricks up his sleeve for you!

By |October 20th, 2014|Go Lectures, Real Board|0 Comments

Honest Go – Lecture

Honest go is means play where nothing is hidden.  That the meaning behind their moves is nice and upfront, on display for everyone to see.  These sorts of games are among the best for us to learn from since there's not a lot of useless complication hiding the bigger points of the game.  They are [...]

By |October 12th, 2014|Fortnight, Go Lectures|0 Comments

Kong Jie – Punishes Greed!

Greedy players,man, they're everywhere I tell you!  We see them in our opponents.  We see them often reflected in our own play.  No matter what we do we always seem surrounded by greed!  If that's how you feel, this might be a good lecture to take the time to watch.

There are few things sweeter than [...]

By |October 12th, 2014|Fortnight, Go Lectures|0 Comments

Japan vs China Pro Game!

I absolutely love international matches! Players play not just for themselves, but for their country. In this game an influential Japanese player faces off against a territorial Chinese player!

This is one of my earliest lectures ever recorded. Recording Quality may be lacking as a result.

By |October 11th, 2014|Fortnight, Go Lectures|0 Comments

Gu Li – Master of Invasions

If you're looking to invade the framework of a player like Gu Li's caliber, think again. There's just so much to worry about. If he can find a way to turn you into a running group, then he will. And running groups, last time i checked, were generally considered priceless, and not [...]

By |October 11th, 2014|Fortnight, Go Lectures|0 Comments

Lee Sedol – Battles It Out Influence vs Influence

Here we have an early game of Lee Sedol's from way back when he was a 3dan professional. But don't let the rank fool you. At 3dan he was taking on the likes of Lee Changho, so the difference between 3 and 9 for him wasn't a whole lot.

What makes this [...]

By |October 11th, 2014|Fortnight, Go Lectures|0 Comments