Here are the weekly Go problems. Easy Go problem: You can probably see how you’re going to make an eye already, but think about your move order too. Intermediate Go problem: In a symmetrical situation, play on the point of symmetry… Hard Go problem: There are only a few choices and it looks obvious, but be wary of shooting from the hip.
This game is from the round of 32 in the 4th BC Card Cup. It’s between Lee Changho (9p) and Mi Yuting (3p). Lee Changho is one of the most well known players in the world, but he’s not in very good form these days. On the other hand, Mi Yuting is a newbie for Go fans. He’s very young, but he’s a rising star in China…
Here are the weekly Go problems. Easy Go problem: It’s important to take care of your own shape when attacking. Intermediate Go problem: Black is on the verge of collapse. The first move is crucial. Hard Go problem: This is a cake that Jing made. Can you eat all the white stones? And more importantly, do you like white chocolate?
This game is from the second round of the 9th Chunlan Cup. It’s between Lee Sedol (9p) and Qiu Jun (9p). In this game there was a huge life and death battle and an enormous group was killed. It’s really rare to see such a huge group get chased and captured in top pros’ games, so I hope you enjoy watching it. Let’s have a look at the game…
Here are the weekly Go problems. Easy Go problem: Black’s short of liberties, but so is white, so it’s a fair fight. Intermediate Go problem: It looks like white A and B are miai. Time for some black magic… Hard Go problem: There are quite a few moves that look like tesuji. Take your time and choose the best move.
Here are the weekly Go problems. Easy Go problem: What’s the key point in the corner? Intermediate Go problem: The first move may look simple, but I’d guess that being able to spot it consistently is worth about one stone. Hard Go problem: Don’t give up at the first hurdle, or you’ll never solve it.
This is the first game of the 16th LG Cup final, between Jiang Weijie (5p) and Lee Changho (9p). Lee Changho used to be number 1 in the world for a very long time – more than 10 years. Jiang Weijie is a rising star in China. He won the Mingren (Chinese Meijin) title, defeating Gu Li and Kong Jie in 2010 and 2011 respectively.