You don't often assume that games played on go servers can be amazing and worthy of study. Unless they're our own, of course. However this game demonstrates how wrong that notion can be. Keeping in mind this player only had 30 seconds to find his variations, can you keep up?

It should be noted that the players in this game aren't amateur 9dans. They are in fact professional. For those of you who don't know many professional players play on Tygem every day. Sometimes they're undercover, ranking up with a random name like everyone else. And sometimes they've gone ahead and verified who they are and are given a (P) next to their name. Either way, they're everywhere. And this game features two of them.

The first game has a terrific life and death problem. I won't spoil it, but i will say that when the player is surrounded. Can you find the variation in 20 seconds? How long does it take you to come up with what happened in the game? The second game, sadly, isn't quite as epic as the first, however it is still pretty good by another professional undercover player.

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