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Go Lecture: Lee Changho – Plays Orthodox Fuseki vs Sanrensei

In this game Korean professional Lee Changho sets down the Orthodox Fuseki. Nothing unusual there. Chances are we all know the standard responses and even have our own preferences among them as to which we enjoy playing. Lee's opponent, on the other hand, decides to throw all the standard responses out the [...]

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Go Lecture: Park Yeonghun vs Kong Jie – Play Low Chinese

In this game Chinese professional Kong Jie plays the Low Chinese Fuseki against Korean professional Park Yeonghun. Not to be outdone, white responds with the Low Chinese Fuseki as well. Now before you start worrying, this isn't a game of mirror go. Both frameworks play out very different from each other.

Where white [...]

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Go Lecture: Choi Cheolhan vs Lee Changho Influence/Invasion

In a slightly unusual turn of events, Lee Changho plays an influential game! How is he able to build up his influence? How will Choi Cheolhan combat it? And what can we amateurs learn from both of their ideas? Spoiler: a lot!

This is one of my earliest lectures ever recorded. Recording [...]

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Go Lecture: Mid Game Fighting pt.3

Fighting in the mid game is one of the most important aspects of go, and devilishly hard to master. You have to see potential in not just your own development, but your opponents'. If that wasn't hard enough, you also have to be aware of how you can use what your opponent is [...]

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Go Lecture: Mid Game Fighting pt.2

Fighting in the mid game is one of the most important aspects of go, and devilishly hard to master. You have to see potential in not just your own development, but your opponents'. If that wasn't hard enough, you also have to be aware of how you can use what your opponent is [...]

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Go Lecture: Mid Game Fighting pt.1

Fighting in the mid game is one of the most important aspects of go, and devilishly hard to master. You have to see potential in not just your own development, but your opponents'. If that wasn't hard enough, you also have to be aware of how you can use what your opponent is [...]

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