Go, Igo, Weiqi, Baduk Go, Igo, Weiqi, Baduk. Kaz's original Igo-advice & fundamentals of Igo: Solving easy problems will help you improve concentration! Part 3

Solving easy problems will help you improve concentration! Part 3

Solving easy problems will help you improve concentration! Part 3

Category:How to Become a Stronger iGo Player:Part 9

Title of this pgae:Solving easy problems will help you
improve concentration! Part 3

This is the continuation of this iGo blog page:

What I mean by "easy problems" is that it takes
a couple of second to solve problems.

It doesn't matter if it's life-and-death problems.
or tesuji problems, or opening problems.

I think taking two minutes or three minutes to solve
problems is suitable for you.

I think the most suitable ones are such as the
problems you could solve them in a few seconds.

If you repeatedly solve those problems for a couple
of months or a half year, you will not only improve your
concentration, but also find yourself in a better
position on KGS.

Or at least you see some vital points more easily
than a half years ago.

You may not win as many games as you wish.ふらふら

That happens often...

There are people who are good at winning and who are

(I might talk about this some other time. Today
this is off the subject, so I won't talk about
it much.)

Aside from that fact, if you improve your iGo with
concentration problems, then you may lose your winning game.

I've seen it so many times.

That is why it's important to improve your concentration.

Playing one game often takes a long time. So it's
always better to have concentration power.

So as long as you sustain your concentration
and improve your iGo, then eventually you should
find yourself winning more games... sooner or later.

It's just a matter of time.

Improving iGo (Weiqi, Baduk) takes a lot of time,

But those who study continuously eventually have a
quantum leap rather than a gradually becoming stronger.

BTW, if solving problems takes you more than 5 minutes to find the
answer, then you might have to think about dealing with
easier problems.

It's because you might lack some basic foundations.
So you might need to get yourself grounded in the basics.

At least it's worth trying easier problems.

To be continued…

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