Important shapes > Basic shapes ‐ Lesson 1
March 30, 2008 by Jennie ShenJing 2p
- Stones next to each other: walk ahead
- Broken shape
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|Clovermite||This lecture introduces "Hane at the head of two," "Nobi ahead," the "broken shape," and briefly mentions the "tiger's mouth" and "empty triangle." I found this lecture really useful. Afterwards, I watched a replay of an old shusaku game (shuaku vs shuho 1854-10-22) and was able to predict several moves based solely on what I learned from this lecture (in one case, I predicted 6 moves in a row).|
|Rodval||THIS SERIES IS VERY GOOD! I HAD TO WATCH THE LECTURES TWICE TO IMBED THEM IN MY VERY INEXPERIENCED GO BRAIN. THE TIME PROVED TO BE WELL SPENT WHEN I PLAYED REAL GAMES.|
|DiogoBarbosa||Thank you for the lecture!!!!|
|Yogurt||It helps me alot! Thank you.|
|lightvector||I recently started looking at some of the problems in the basic shapes section (not just this lesson but many of the later ones). Despite being a dan player, I got many of these wrong.
A lot of the problems are too easy (and so I "Easy" them repeatedly so as to never see them again), but some of them are really quite useful and cover gaps that I wasn't aware of in my shape understanding. Nice lecture series!
|ozrick||In this lecture we see adjacent 2 stone iron pillars and the benefits of being the first to shane. My question is how does one handle the cut in return? I have always envisaged it as complex|
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