An Younggil’s Pro Go Videos: 2nd Globis Cup Final – Shin Jinseo vs Huang Yunsong

Younggil is going to show you a game played between Shin Jinseo 3p and Huang Yunsong 4p from the 2nd GLOBIS Cup World Go U-20, quarter finals.

The game was full of fighting from the beginning, and you’ll find some nice tesujis through the whole game.

Shin Jinseo’s style of play is creative and active, and Huang Yunsong’s play is rather thick and solid, and he doesn’t mind fighting when he has to.

You’ll learn how to manage your captured stones, and also learn why urgent place is more important than big point from this game.


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Shin Jinseo vs Huang Yunsong


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  1. Black 103 is really impress tesuji. But White 110 and 112 sacrifice is also nice, too deep thinking. Just wow!

    Even when they have a little time, seem that they never lose track of the territory balance.

    • Younggil An says:

      I agree that Black 103 was impressive, but White’s sacrificing strategy was even wonderful.

      Yes, top level players are very good at balance. 🙂

  2. Guillermo Molano says:

    Thank you for the video, it’s very clear. I like when you explain why thinks work and why they don’t… Or when you explain joseki and variations. White’s sacrifice to make a big moyo was amazing.

    • Younggil An says:

      I’m happy to hear that my explanation was clear to understand. I hope those videos can be helpful and fun for you. 🙂

  3. Hello, i actually kinda stoped playing go. Lets call it a long pause 🙂 I really have to say something. An Younggil, you are a wonderful teacher. I am so happy about these videos and i think i will restart again. Thank you for this effort 🙂

    • Younggil An says:

      Hi Aokame, I’m really happy to hear that! Your words are a big compliment for me.

      Welcome back to the Go world and I hope you to enjoy playing games again! 🙂