|Janne||I've watched all the leaning attack lectures now, very good lectures and I definately got some idéas, and I think these will be good lectures for most of us. It's easy to spot the right moves in lectures about leaning attacks because we know what to look for. I think to attack strongly with leaning attacks when we play is much more difficult, so I expect to lose many more games for awhile now before I get better at it:) Moving on to thickness attack.|
|Janne||I have watched all the lectures about attack now, of course I haven't had too much experience playing since then, but I think they are all very helpful. I have to say that attacking properly is very difficult, so if I review a game for/with someone, I often still find that it's difficult to say which will be the best way to attack.
These lectures certainly help though. The few games I have played I have felt a bit more aware of the whole board view, aside from just attacking I think I got some of this view out of these lectures.
One thing that really changed is my view of big and small, like 30 points somewhere is small if your opponent gets 10 points in another place that would have been your area.
|Rodval||I SUGGEST THAT IF YOU ARE ABLE TO UNDERSTAND AT LEAST HALF OF THE STEP-BY-STEP LECTURES YOU DO THE ATTACKING LECTURES NEXT. LISTEN TO LEANING ATTACK LECTURE 1 AND THEN THICKNESS ATTACK LECTURE 1 AND THEN DIRECTION OF ATTACK LECTURE 1. WHEN YOU HAVE DONE THESE THREE BACK UP AND START OVER AT LECTURE 2 OF EACH. COMBINING THESE IN THIS MANNER WILL IMPROVE ANYONE UP TO DAN LEVEL.|
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