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Episode #16 - 05 July 2012 - 15 comments En Tk

Honinbo Shusaku

In this episode we have a look at a game between Honinbo Shusaku and Sakaguchi Sentoku played in 1853. Enjoy the simple, but effective moves. Level: 9k to 2d

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What an interesting game! A very nice lesson.

On 05 July 2012 by Tytonidae

I like the different formats you present. Today for the first time it sounded like you were talking free and not reading a text. This makes the show even more fun to watch. Keep up the good work.

On 06 July 2012 by Pengozo

Wery nice, thank you :) And I agree, It sounded more like talking and less like reading :D That is also very good!

On 06 July 2012 by Noir Kamui

I like the different formats me too :)

On 06 July 2012 by Cava93

Very good! I love that. Please continue with these kinds of videos.

On 06 July 2012 by hamilton19

i like very much this format, but i also love the other kind of videos :)

On 06 July 2012 by boris eltsine

Definitely a great episode. Shusaku is a great player to study.

On 06 July 2012 by ryo55

Awesome comments - keep up the good work :)

On 07 July 2012 by Devin Flake

very good lecture and very helpfull to understand the fuseki stage a GIRL :-)

On 10 July 2012 by darbi

I think it's important to point out the the taisha was not rare amongst professionals of Shusaku's time. In fact, it was at the height of it's popularity and innovation! Also, it came back into fashion from the mid 1960s-1980s, and again in the mid 2000s (along with the avalanche).

On 25 October 2012 by Logan

I loved the commentary, and I also like the predifined positions from the other episodes. Good job

On 13 November 2012 by Andrei

Thank you for the commentary. Very good points you have mentioned.

On 14 November 2012 by dersu

Very nice... I liked it a lot ... because you clearly explain the ideas, that a beginner still can follow. Thanks for the nice episode.

On 12 December 2012 by Stephan

I enjoy watching game commentaries like this. There are a lot of professional game commentaries out there, but sometimes, the ideas are too complicated to understand. So sometimes, your kind of commentary (given by high-dan level players and intended to the more casual players) are more educational.

On 28 December 2012 by mikong

I really have liked the format, so keep going like this. It is clear, the speaks are slow and easy understandable, the graphics is essential but complete and explanation are very well made (they covered all the questions that popped up in my mind). Bravo

On 01 February 2013 by Yun

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Download Turkish subtitles Provided by Güçlü Yılmaz (9k). Go terms explained in Turkish can be found here.

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