Many tks to mark5000 (1D)for the transcription and programming of different “GO problems” (puzzles) related to San-RenSei.
The resources are from Kim Seong Ryong 9p’s video lectures in Hangame Baduk, a Korean go server. (Rec.: Credits to lovelove (5d) at lifein19x19 forum for making these resources accessible to non-Koreans. See: http://www.lifein19x19.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=7273 )
Following are available in mark’s collection “How to Become a Dan“:
1.) How to handle 3-3 invasion in SRS ?
start here: https://online-go.com/puzzle/1828
2.1) Overplay against San-ReinSEi (part 1)
start here: https://online-go.com/puzzle/1831
2.2) Overplay against San-ReinSEi (part 2)
start here: https://online-go.com/puzzle/1832
Counting down till 11th December: World Mind Games 2014. – Still 28 days to go till start in Bejing!
How is Go like travelling? – Watch the international Go ambassador, Hajin Lee (Go Pro from Korea) of the IGF (Intern. Go Federation), explaining it to you…
Go at the SportAccord World Mind Games 2014
The Go events at the SportAccord World Mind Games 2014 are held under the auspices of the International Go Federation (IGF). Thirty players (18 men and 12 women) will participate.
The competition format will comprise a Men’s Team and Women’s Individual event and Pair event. For all matches, the China Weiqi Competition Rules are used.
The Men’s Team event is composed of 6 teams and each one has 3 players. Single Round Robin system will be applied with a total of 5 rounds. The time allowance is 2 hours per player, followed by 5 renewable 60-seconds overtime periods.
The Women’s Individual event is composed of 12 players. Double Knock-out system will be applied with a total of 7 rounds. The time allowance is 1 hour per player, followed by 3 renewable 30-seconds overtime periods. The top 4 teams in the 1st edition team event are allowed to have one player receiving a bye in first round. Players’ will be matched according to numbers determined by drawing during the Technical Meeting before the competition starts. Players from the same country or region may be matched against each other except in the 1st round.
The Pairs event is composed of 8 pairs (4 from Asia, 3 from Europe, 1 from North America), single knock-out system will be applied, with a total of 3 rounds. The time allowance is 1 hour per player, followed by 3 renewable 30-seconds overtime periods.
Participate in the Online Tournament 2014 of the 4th Edition of tthe WMG …
Come play in the Go Online Tournament. Different divisions for all levels of play. Cash prizes, Samsung Tablets, Rado Watches for the winners and some great lottery prizes for those who register and participate. Click below to get playing!
Introduction to Go
Go is a board game that combines a very simple rule set, an ancient history, and yet a level of sophistication unrivaled by any mind sports. Played on a 19×19 grid, players alternate in placing stones (black and white) on the intersection points of the grid. The object of the game is to surround the most empty grid intersections (points) by surround them or by capturing the opponent’s stones that occupy these grid points.
Go is the most popular game in Asia where it originated. In China and Korea, Go exceeds golf and ALL other sports in capturing TV audiences. Go players command prize moneys enjoyed in the West only by the top golf, football, and basketball players.
Perhaps the most challenging aspect of Go is that to this day Go remains the ONLY mind sport as yet unsolved by artificial intelligence. Computer playing programs, for example, remain unmatched by even the modestly strong amateur players. As such, it can be said that Go is the last stronghold of “human intelligence” against its “artificial” counterpart.
More infos here for the Pandanet Cup (Online GO Tournament): ENG @ Pandanet