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Basic course > Most basic ‐ Capturing stones 1st step ‐ Lesson 01
November 5, 2017 by Guo Juan 5p
Duration: 5 minutes
 
















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2018-04-01
19:12
NeonGoban These shorter lessons work much better for beginners than the longer 15-20 minute lectures. Thank you.
2018-04-01
22:31
Darrell Malick Yep! I agree!
2020-04-24
19:32
Guo Juan You are right. I will add more for sure. On my to-do list. Thanks.
2020-10-31
17:20
Tabiyas Nice story. One wonders where, when and in what context?

It must be with an old mechanical clock that had no no extra time function because I have a hard time believing that Guo Juan will lose time otherwise.

The story describes an important difference between go and chess, namely that the go ends always ends after a certain number of stones while in chess play it can go on and on and on as the pieces float around if you do not know what to do.
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