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2010-10-24 01:45
sjcha Dear Guo Juan,

Hi from Peru and thanks for the awesome site. I have started playing in September 2010 on KGS. After some days of playing I visited your page by chance and I decided to follow your study guide. I have just listened to the fifth Step by Step Course. I am very happy with the results, I am currently 12k on KGS, I hope I can get soon to SDK. Every Step by Step Audio was like me gaining one new weapon that helped me increase my strength in Go.
I have a question regarding L&D Books. I pass a lot of time on the bus, and I don't have any fancy cellphone to copy Go Tsumego in it, so I have decided to purchase a go problem book that I can read while I travel on bus. Which one do you recommend for a 12k LGS level player?
Thanks again for the site and your suggestions.


2010-10-26 22:16
Guo Juan Please give me a little more time to answer your question. I am so glad that our audio lectures are helping you :-)

2010-10-29 21:33
leon.riosjoels which part of peru? if you are from lima there is an upcoming event called Japan Embassy Cup Next week (November 7) at the Japanese cultural center you may like to visit the Sala Peruana Room in KGS for more information

2010-11-02 15:32
Guo Juan Sorry I see your level now. There are 4 books which published by Nihon Ki-in, named Graded Go Problems for Beginners, could be a good choice. And there is a nice site you can find many problems for your level, http://www.goproblems.com For now I think these two would be enough.
I use Chinese books from my colleagues for my teaching but they are not translated to English.
Have fun!

2010-11-02 16:07
sjcha Hi, thanks for the repply. I will try the book and the site then! Recently I have been loosing too much territory due to reading problems because I have been neglecting solving problems. So I will give more emphasize now to solving them instead of playing :)


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