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More Weekly Go

Vox got off to a great start in this game, with 3 corners, included a really good one in the bottom right. I had the top right corner and a position against his top left corner. I’d say at this stage – still early on… Read More

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Weekly Go

Last night, I played 9 games of Go with Vox, once again winning 5 of them. Most of my wins were by the narrowest of margins, although I did pull off one win on the strength of a huge kill. Here is one of the… Read More

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Weekly Go

Last night, Vox and I sat down for 9 games of Go. We were quite evenly matched – I won 5 of the 9 but it could just as easily gone the other way. Here’s the final game of the evening. I played the black… Read More

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Weekly Go

Vox and I played 9 games of Go last evening. Some were very close, tight battles. Some others were much more one-sided. I played black and tried various openings, including san-ren-sai (3 star-point) fuseki and Chinese fuseki, as well as beginning with 3-4 points. Here’s… Read More

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Weekly Go

I played 9 games of Go last night with Vox. He had an edge overall, winning 5 to my 4. I’m sure he was happy with that result after last week losing 6 of 9. I’m going to try to remember to photograph at least… Read More

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Lee Sedol resigns his final game

The third and last game of go (baduk) between Lee Sedol and the Korean bot, Handol ended with Lee Sedol’s resignation. It was a beautiful game. Once again I’ll defer to the excellent commentary done by Go Pro Yeonwoo. Wishing Lee Sedol fulfilling adventures in… Read More

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Lee Sedol retiring

Many readers may not be familiar with the name Lee Sedol, but players of the game of Go, also known as Baduk in Korea or Wei Chi in China, know him as one of the greatest players ever. Go is a game played with black… Read More

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