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My First Go Lesson (as a complete beginner)
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  1. Go is in fact as a huge military operation with frontlines in where the individual stones can be seen as individual brigades, forming linked groups as divisions (two linked stones) army corps (three or four linked stones) and even larger, creating whole armies. And those groups can cooperate with other owned groups. Not creating groups (as if they are divisions and armies) by keeping too much stones for too long single is i.m.o. a huge tactical mistake. I see Go as a kind of a large strategic warfare operation with all these growing frontlines. At 25:52 the northwest, west and also the western part of the southern coastline, the 1st row of the game territory, is already firmly in white hands. In that white territory in the west is the black invasion in fact as a "bridge too far" airborne operation, fighting there already from the first beginning a lost battle. Instead of spending too much stones and time for such hopeless operation I think it was better for black to use his stones and time to defend already much sooner, on the 8th row in the north-east, his northern border after whites move E9 by the answer black G8. Stone black F9 is already lost, so to stop whites further advance at the 8th row to the eastern coast line, being the the J line, has in my opinion the top priority. By not doing that white shall finally conquer the north eastern coastline too, what could be before the black move G9 (in the hopeless attempt to save the already lost black stone at F9) prevented. With black G8, instead of G9, a group (army division) would be formed on the vertical axis G8-G7 and after that a black move F7 (or if white play's just before F7, black plays G6) black would have create a real black army to defend it's territory in the east as far to the north as possible. But at the begin, after the possible black move G8, I expect that white would answer with G9, capturing the black stone at F9 and acting against the risk of a next black move to G9. That would have saved black at F9 while the whole eastern coastline would come firmly in blacks hands. If I was the black player the most likely continuation after "white E9 – black G8" would be "white G9 – black F7" to create that black linked frontline from D6 via F7 to G8 and after that as fast as possible a further mobilization of the frontline from G8 to the eastern coastline, if possible to J8 else to J7. Finaly, passing in Go is not for free, it cost 1 point, to pass you must give your opponent the stone that you dont play in capture if the opponent don't pass either. A Go game ends if both players are passing directly after each other. At 1:01:30 white A7.. is i.m.o. a wrong move. Much better for white is the bolt move A5, why? After white A5 it has two liberties there and blacks next move A6 is no option because due whites countermove A7! capturing the black stone at A6. Then black will probably play defensive A4, else will white play that, for him offensive, move in his next turn. If that happens black is forced to play B3, else will white play that move, capturing two other black stones, being B4 and B5. So after white A5 follows probably black A4 and then white A6 to close off the front at the west coast 1 point further to the south as actually happens, forming the white group A6-A5-B6 with three liberties including the eye at C6. So if the white move A5 was played the end result would have been not 28.5 for white and 27 for black but 29.5 points for white and 26 points for black :) The reason why white have even 1 point more then 27.5 is indeed due the captured black stone at A9, giving white that extra 10th point at the A row.

  2. For all the chess nerds wanting to get started in Go!~
    Here are some YouTube resources!

    Nick Sibicky – THE name of teaching Go on YouTube. Teaches at the Seattle Go Center and has super engaging lessons up, usually standing at the front of his classroom.
    dwyrin – Also known as Battsgo, a very skilled player and a long time Youtube teacher; also streams on Twitch.
    In Sente – Just recently became active again after a hiatus; has a great selection of beginner-oriented videos.
    NYIG_GO – Run by professional go players Stephanie Yin and Ryan Li (they're married) from the New York Institute of Go.

    Also check out the reddit community at /r/baduk, give me a holla if you want help getting started!! I am about a 8 kyu.

  3. You probably realized this but for the next stream? You could set up additional scenes for OBS with the analytics open in a different tab. That way you can visually Demo the logic much better for YT and Twitch viewers alike.

    Cheers m8

  4. This is so bad, the guy is bad at explaining already but Eric even keels interrupting him when he's trying to explain basic concepts even. This isn't for complete beginners, assuming viewers already know why two eyes is safe or whatever means nothing to beginners who don't even know the rules properly.

  5. Tempo is probably more speed in go, I would guess. Sente means playing a move that has to be responded to immediately. A move can be fast or slow without being sente. You were both playing very slow – not finding the optimal moves to capture the most points as quickly as possible….

  6. I'd love to give both of you a lecture because it seems fun to train beginner ^^ But I'd be so awkward in front of the camera. But even though Aakaash is 18k he did a good job at explaining the basics! He used some wrong terms but they're not that important at the beginning and you'll learn them eventually. All that is important for now is knowing the concept of capturing stones, keeping stones connected, building living groups with 2 eyes and maybe the fundamentals of using the edge and corner of the board to your adventage. There are some useful phrases you should remember like "corners before sides before center". These proverbs will make sense eventually as you progress. Please keep playing because Go is an amazing game with a lot of depth.

  7. btw. the starting points are i think called Hoshi, they are for plays with handicap. the Komi is meant for players of even strength, but if one player is much stronger than the other, the weaker player just plays black and gets some stones upfront on the Hoshi-spots…. means an absolut beginner could start with up to 5 stones on the (beginner) board, and then white making the starting move…
    like in chess when the stronger player plays without rook or queen, but much more common….

  8. I am surprised that more people in the West don't play go. I have played chess all my life almost, but after learning Go i completely switched, it's a different level of problem, that you solve a bit of, every day. I guess it's a bit harder to get into initially.

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