don't know what lectures to watch in what order?
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I am a member to the training system and also to the pro lecture library. I've just finished the new step by step course, which seemed the most logical place to start studying. But now I don't know what to watch next. I am between 14 and 10 kyu right now, but I feel like it would take over a year to watch all of the 20 to 10 kyu lectures, and by the time I will be half way finished I will hopefully be a high kyu player, and they will be from the wrong level category. That's why I feel like I have to make a selection of what's most important, but how do I do that. 90% of the lectures in the study guide seem fun to watch and seem extra useful to me too. And if I start with joseki for beginers... that's over 40 lectures (quite a commitment). Is it wise to study them in a row, or is it better to just make a list of lecture category's that seem useful and watch a different subject every day? To keep the balance and not make my opening awesome and middle game terrible because I only did opening lectures.... this is becoming a bit of a ramble, but I really don't know what to do, and I find it very important to choose the right subjects to study, so that I don't (partially) waist my time and money. I hope you can help me decide what would be the best approach to choose the order of my lectures wisely? Thanks! :)
|Darrell Malick||I'm extremely fond of the Joseki for Beginners series. I highly recommend it. Yes, just do them in order. Doing the joseki lectures will help your middle game some too as you learn a lot of shapes that are useful in fights, including how to recognize and punish wrong shapes.
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