In episode #42 we discussed invading a small castle. In this episode we have a look at invading a slightly bigger castle.
The second episode from Young-sun shows great moves from a game played between Lee Sedol and Lee Chang-ho.
About Hans Pietsch, Yan An, Peter, Zeno, Kim and the difficulty of playing a move at the right moment.
Often a jump to the first line is a good endgame move. In this episode we show why and show a few endgame tesujis which are related to it.
Many players will tell you it's bad to play this kosumi. But is this really the case?
The two space extension is a very common formation in the game of go. How to attack it? In this episode we explore some different possibilities.
We are happy to start 2013 with an episode written by Young-sun Yoon! She shows us a few fantastic moves from a game between Lee Sedol and Park Moon Yo.
José looks in his sock: there is a present from Santa! It's some endgame for the end of the year.
Making good shape - or more specifically: avoiding bad shape - is one of the hardest things in go. Let's shed light on a few examples.
Game review of two Chinese master players. Both born in Haining around the year 1710, they would become friends in life, and rivals on the go board.
This position seems solid, but there is still some invading aji. Let's see what is still possible!
By winning this fourth game in the Olleh cup finals against Choi Chul Han 9p, Lee Sedol 9p conquers the Olleh cup once again.
This week we visit Brazil, which has a thriving go community. One of the go-centres of the Nihon Ki-in is located in São Paulo.
At the Korea Prime Minister Cup 2012 two players battled for the title of strongest European. Mateusz Surma 6d vs. Artem Kachanovskyj 7d.
This trick play is hard to punish as the moves to punish it are hard to find. Try it sometime!
The monkey jump is a common endgame move, how to deal with it?
The first pro episode. Kim Sung-rae shows us a surprising twist to a common endgame.
We continue our exploration of how to handle the invasion of a daidaigeima shape.
Invading an extra large knights formation, daidaigeima in Japanese, is a common move. The possibilities and variations are endless.
Playing a probe to see how your opponent answers is a high level technique. Let's see a few variations of this in action.