Dragon Killer Series: The Tygem Dragon

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I usually play at Pandanet, but I find ways to play at Tygem sometime. Here is my first game in Tygem that led to the death of another dragon. (Click image captured on Sabaki to view game in GoKifu).

I really found this game really exciting. Have you ever played as or even more exciting than this? Please share your experiences and critics in the comments section below.

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Dragon Killer Series: Death of the One-Eyed Dragon

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In this edition of the Dragon Killer Series, Brown Stone discusses the power of direction of play and the power of stones in developing the Apex and creating advantage during middle game fighting. A failed attack during the early middle game resulted to sufficient strength for a late middle game kill of a one-eyed dragon.

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Joseki Talkie with Bamboo and Yunzi

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Joseki Talkie with Bamboo and Yunzi 4: Bamboo approaches Yunzi’s 4-4 stone. Yunzi plays one-space pincer. Bamboo is happy to take corner profit and sente. Yunzi is satisfied with the influence towards the sides and center. Continue reading

Joseki Talkie with Bamboo and Yunzi

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Joseki Talkie with Bamboo and Yunzi 3: Yunzi approaches Bamboo’s 4-4 stone. Bamboo plays one-space pincer. Yunzi takes corner profit. Bamboo is happy to make a wall in sente. Continue reading

Dragon Killer Series: Revenge is a Dish Best Served with a Dead Dragon

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In this edition of the Dragon Killer Series, Brown Stone made sure a comeback opponent will not defeat him a second time. As a new convention in my reviews, I will refer to the center of the board as the Apex (as influenced by Janice Kim’s view of the goban as a pyramid with sides on the four directions). Brown Stone also discusses the process of a ko fight that arose near the end of the game. Continue reading