Go, Igo, Weiqi, Baduk Go, Igo, Weiqi, Baduk. Kaz's original Igo-advice & fundamentals of Igo: More about "common amateur mistakes!"

More about "common amateur mistakes!"

More about "common amateur mistakes!"

Here is the continuation of this Igo (wéiqí, baduk) blog.

Next time I teach Igo (wéiqí, baduk) in English,
I should say "It's a common mistake" more carefully.

I would say sympathetically:

"It's a very... well-thought move, and many people play that,
too. But I'm sorry, I'm afraid, it's a common mistake."ふらふら

Well, do you feel better now?

Again, I'm sorry for those people who felt uncomfortable with me
if any.

BTW, I often jokingly say to my students the following:

"Please don't worry. Whenever you play a common mistake,
it's because my teaching is bad. When you play a great move,
your hard work has paid off!"わーい(嬉しい顔)

So I might add that, too, depending on how long I've been
teaching that person Igo(wéiqí, baduk).

BTW, there's something I forgot to say yesterday.ふらふら

I stated:

"In my Igo lecture I always encourage my Igo students
to ask me questions freely."

(Partly becaseu I'd like to encourage people!わーい(嬉しい顔))

I always tell this partly because I hope my students or
attendees feel comfortable to listen and speak

If they are not comfortable, they might get nervous
and don't learn much.

That's not good.

I really wish they learn something. ひらめき

There's one more big reason that I tell people to ask
me questions.

I'd like to know what kind of questions they have.

Questions may be common amateur mistakes, which thrills
me to learn.

This is one of my ways to learn common mistakes in Igo (wéiqí, baduk)!

The more I know their common mistakes, the more
accurately I can point out and explain better.

There are many common mistakes, and I'd like to know
which one is more common!

Or I could learn from Igo players what kind of problems
and anxieties they have.

Understanding this also helps me a lot to figure out
how I should explain their problems to each person.

Different people have different problems.

If I don't understand why they are afraid of something,
I may not be able to explain properly.

To be continued...

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