… as pure beginner, often I heard the advice: just play, play, play (and loose your first 1,000 games) *laugh*.
Personally I like studying in my own way… means, I like to talk with experienced GO players and learn from them.. I like a lot reviews of games (not only my own ones)… I like to study fuseki and tsumego (meanwhile I like it a little bit but still cracks my head with “life and death” situations), and after playing my first tournament (KIDO CUP) I fell in love with competitive playing too as the Go community is great.
And I like big Go players like Takagawe Taku (known as Shukaku Takagawe – http://senseis.xmp.net/?TakagawaKaku ) who wrote different books in ENG.
Here a good video tutorial I found today about Shukaku’s book “The Vital points of Go“…
(PS: All other parts pls go to the YT channel directly.)