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Hi friends! I just completed a third article. In this one, I outlined a series of questions we will investigate with regards to the topic of forcing moves. Hopefully now the theme between articles will start to be a little more cohesive from one to the next. Check it out here !
Howdy! Just wanted to let you know there's another small article up for your viewing pleasure. This time we're taking a brief look at forced play in the opening from a 2k-3k game. Check it out here!
The first in a series of articles loosely based on 'forcing plays' has been added to the collection of 'Study Stuffs' by Lepinskie. It aims to investigate various subtleties and nuances between forcing (kikashi), peeping (nozoki), and probing (youmi) plays. Be the first to check it out, here ! By investigating the early stages of a game between 3-4 kyu … Continue reading the story "Starting Series on Forcing Plays"
I gave this a while ago on KGS. The kibitz is included for context (though abridged a bit and sans names). A tip: variation numbers in the top right of the eidego viewer are helpful for navigating branches. The topic is two space extensions, illustrated with eleven professional fuseki examples ranging from Go Seigen, past Kobayashi Koiichi to Chang Hao, and that's without romanising any Korean names. Also shows … Continue reading the story "New Text Lecture over in Study Stuff"