Here are the weekly Go problems for week 28.
Black plays first in all problems and all solutions are labeled ‘correct’. Have fun!
Easy Go problem
It looks like white’s two stones have enough liberties, until you find the tesuji.
Intermediate Go problem
Maybe you’ve faced a situation like this in your own games? This sometimes happens as a followup to a common 4-4 opening pattern. How can you deal with white A?
Hard Go problem
Based on the same pattern as the previous problem, this one may be harder than it looks. This shape can also occur in actual play and black’s group is surprisingly resilient.
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Discuss other possible moves
If you have any questions or want to discuss any of these problems, please leave a comment below at any time. You can use the coordinates on the problem images to discuss a move or sequence of moves.
You can also download the solutions as a PDF or SGF file by clicking the links below each problem.