|Rodval||THIS IS A GREAT SERIES OF LECTURES. THIS LECTURE DEALS WITH SENTI AFTER A JOSEKI AND IT'S IMPORTANCE. I THOUGHT I WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO LEARN THAT UNTIL I GOT TO DAN STATUS, BUT HERE IT IS MADE CLEARLY AND SIMPLY. THESE LECTURES HAVE ALL BEEN WISELY ABBREVIATED TO AROUND 17 MINUTES WHICH MAKES THEM MUCH MORE INTERESTING AND EASY. GJ AT HER BEST HERE!|
|Guo Juan||Thank you Rodval|
|dino_hsu_1019||It seems in both directions white gets sente, in this case, black should not pincer in the first place if it cares about sente, is this correct? Thanks.|
|Guo Juan||Hello dino_hsu_1019,
In the picture of the lesson page here, upper right corner Black ends with sente, and in the lower right corner White ends with sente
|jumapari||Thank you for those great explanations!!! I have to admit that after the Basic Step by Step courses, the Capturing Stones courses, the Eye Shapes, which I have all completed enthusiastically, I was quite shocked by the many variations (especially in the Follow Ups) of the Joseki course, and I bought some Joseki books ;-) and made a pause. But then Darrell gave me the tip to do only the Joseki courses without the Follow Ups, and I trusted him and just started. At least now, after the third lesson I realized how great this series is. Guo manages to make even a beginner understand the deeper meaning of the moves, so that I start to understand what I have to pay attention to with the Josekis. I think I will now simply go through all the Joseki basic lessons and use them in my games. Thanks a lot for that!|
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