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欣文の囲碁世界

Xinwen's Go (Baduk/Weiqi) Life revolves around me and Brunei

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August 2010

Go Lecture Series 1, Part Three (2010)

*形形色色的双飞燕序 II*

Primary Sequence 2
Primary Sequence 2

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Primary Sequence 2, White 2 hasami (ハサミ or 夹) , Black 3 double-pincer creates sparrow attack, when White 4 presses, Black 5 hit san-san (三々 or 三三), this is Korean’s favourite joseki, it is one of the famous joseki in Go world now, what is the expected follow-up?

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Go Lecture Series 1, Part Two (2010)

*形形色色的双飞燕序*

Diagram 9
Diagram 9

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Diagram 9, White 6 presses emphasises thickness, 11 can also be played at a nobi (伸び ノビ or 长) to enter the corner. In this diagram , 11 – 13 are to show the emphasis of speed, Black can satisfied.

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Go Lecture Series 1, Part One (2010)

*形形色色的双飞燕*

Primary Sequence
Primary Sequence

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Xinwen had decided to offer up lecture series here, all these teaching had already showed and explained in KGS at 20 00 (GMT+8), most of the night.

Primary Sequence; looking at White pincer at 2, Black 3 pincer back, followed up until 9, is a commonly seen shape,  how should white continued after this? From the diagram [Primary Sequence], if White tenuki, Black a connect is strong move.

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TVBS Spotlight

*Interview with Cho U*

Cho U
Cho U

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Next Friday, on the 20th August 2010 in TVBS (channel 317) at 20 00 (GMT+8) . TVBS Spotlight will be interview Famous professional player, Cho U (张栩) ! be sure to watch it!

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Asian Games 2010

*Go in Asian Games*

16h Asian Games
16h Asian Games

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The 16th Asian Games will be held in Guang Zhou this November , 2010. For those who is not aware of that Weiqi has became one of the official event together with Chess and Chinese Chess, the Mind Sports Event.

This dream has been anticipating from every nations of Asia ever since the great success of the First World Mind Sports 2008 in Beijing. Every Association ranges from Chess to Intentional Igo Federation were all highly praised for their hardship getting recognition from Olympic Council.

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