Dragon Killer Series: A Vital Point and a Massacre

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Solving tsumego problems are essential to improve in Go. Tsumego trains our reading skills and patience and maybe intuition too by recognizing shapes and vital points during a game. In this game, my daily tsumego habit paid off when I found a vital point that ensured the life of my big trapped dragon and killing my opponent’s little but vital group. Click the image captured on Sabaki to view my game in GoKifu.

Have you ever had an in-game tsumego? Did you solve it? What do you think of the vital move I found? Was I correct or lucky? Share you experiences  and thoughts in the comments below.

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The Fatal Endgame Mistake

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Nothing is more frustrating for a kyu-level Go player than losing a won game by making a mistake in the endgame. Here is an example from one of my games. Continue reading

Tsumego Everyday with Tsumego Pro

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Technology helped Go players around the world enjoy a game against each other thru Go servers like Pandanet. Technology also redefined how players practice reading skills through tsumego apps and softwares. In my opinion, the best Android App for studying tsumego is Tsumego Pro. Continue reading