Go, Igo, Weiqi, Baduk Go, Igo, Weiqi, Baduk. Kaz's original Igo-advice & fundamentals of Igo: Category:"How to Become a Stronger Go Player Part 10"<br>Title:Without the basic foundations, I don't think you could see a vital point!


Category:"How to Become a Stronger Go Player Part 10"
Title:Without the basic foundations, I don't think you could see a vital point!

Category:"How to Become a Stronger Go Player Part 10"
Title:Without the basic foundations, I don't think you could see a vital point!



Even though this page is in the category of
"How to Become a Stronger Go Player",
it relates to "Choosing books easy to understand is
important!"
(http://kazsensei.seesaa.net/category/5547294-1.html)


Last time I said "At least it's worth trying easier problems."

In my experience everytime I give this advice
and my students try easier problems, they're
always surprised to know that there are
many problems they can't solve easily.

Interestingly after a while they feel more satisfied
with dealing with easier problems.
ひらめき

Like I said before, it feels like many iGo players
think it's better to struggle with difficult and
advanced problems.

That way, they feel as if they were improving.

But in actuality, I'm sorry to say that I hardly met
any iGo players making any progress...もうやだ〜(悲しい顔)

Without the basic foundations, I don't think you could
see a vital point.


If you don't see a vital point, you're only
guessing some moves.

Guessing moves for a long time will not
get you anywhere.


When you see a problem, you should see some kind of
vital point in a few seconds.
exclamation

If you see a problem and don't feel anything after
a minute or two minutes, then I'd say the problem
is way over your head.


On the other hand, if you keep trying easy problems
for a long time, please try a hard one once in a while.

You'd be surprised that you may very well see a
vital point in a flash.

You might have to read and check it if it's correct,
but you know you see something which you could never
see before.

That's almost like you are close to a quantum leap!
ぴかぴか(新しい)


There are exceptions.

Those iGo players who are more than 4-dan or 5-dan levels.

It's because if you claim to be 4-dan or 5-dan iGo
players, I assume that you've already gotten
the basics down firmly...

In that case they could try a bit hard problems.

But I still recommend that they try easy problems.

(I must say in Japan many of the 4-dan and
5-dan players lack a lot of basics. But they could
claim to be 4-dan and 5-dan because they play
with each other who has very little basics
at their own local communities.

But, of course, they couldn't play with 4-dan and
5-dan players on KGS.)


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