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I used to play go from about 1978 to 1982 as a member of the Rotterdam go club. Those were my student days. I was around 23 back then, now I am 53 years old.
I recently started playing again and looked around the internet for playing and study possibilities.
I play at IGS as 7 kyu and just started at KGS. There I can hold my own as a 3 to 4 kyu.
I took a look at the free lectures and like them very much.
Now I have two questions.
1. What is the best way to get a bit better. Play games, study? But there is so much, what should I do first.
2. What are the best go books to study? I want some books to so I dont have to stare at the computer to long.
Thanks for the advice
|Guo Juan||Playing is most important. For study, our audio lectures are very good. Please read our Study Guide before you start. For books, I think life-death problems are the best and useful books.|
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