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EidoGo - Kogo's Joseki, Jeongseok, Di`ngshi` Dictionary

EidoGo - Kogo's Joseki, Jeongseok, Di`ngshi` Dictionary

Les Joseki de base Un joseki est une séquence théorique qui conduit à un résultat local équilibré pour les deux joueurs. Cependant, une séquence peut très bien être joseki, et néanmoins mauvaise globalement pour l’un des deux joueurs. Tout dépend du contexte dans lequel elle est jouée. Les joseki sont le résultat du travail et de l’étude de générations de joueurs de go… De nouveaux joseki sont constamment découverts et adoptés dans la pratique des joueurs professionnels, d’autres sont progressivement abandonnés. Pour le joueur moyen, l’étude des joseki de coin, permet de travailler l’évaluation de la force des groupes, ainsi que la question de l’initiative. Les joseki présentés ici sont extrêmement courants. Joseki de hoshi (point 4x4) : 1) Approche du coin et extension · noir accepte le partage du coin : Choix de blanc d’un développement Choix de blanc d’une base stable. rapide (peut être coupé entre 1 et 3). assez rapide, mais solide. · noir vient au contact : 2) Invasion directe au san-san 4) Les pinces

GoBase.org - Go Games, Go Information and Go Study Tools 10th Kisei Title Match, Game One | Kiseido Digital Books Fig. 1 (1–50). White starts well. White 10. Black 17 is correct strategy. White 22 is a good move: it forestalls Black ‘b’ and maintains balance. Black 23. White 32 is correct. White 34. White 36. Black 37. White 44. Black 45. White 46. White 50, destroying what aji 43 does have, shows that White is confident he is ahead. Joseki at Sensei Overview Joseki are generally-agreed-upon sequences of play which can result in a fair outcome for both players. Usually there isn't a joseki in a given situation, but different joseki for different purposes, between which a choice has to be made. The Chinese term for joseki means "settled pattern." The Japanese term, which uses the same initial character, literally means "settled stones." If a sequence is not considered to be joseki, that may mean that the one side made a clear-cut mistake; that professional opinion considers the trade-offs inherent in the sequence (between sente and gote, between territory and influence, between speed and solidity) to favor one side; or that the situations where the sequence is needed are so rare that no one is familiar with the intricacies of the different branches of the sequence. In general, "joseki" refers to sequences in the corner, and even more narrowly to the sequences that follow from approach moves in the opening. Joseki Reference

Weiqi To Go | A learning place GoGoD- | Games of Go on Download GoLibrary: The Magic Sword of Muramasa The Magic Sword of Muramasa is a colourful name for a joseki, describing its complexity. Muramasa was a sword smith during the Muromachi period, 1300-1500 or so. Many of his blades, especially Short Swords, Tanto, and Spears are still in existence. This myth, as well as that of the magic sword, probably better translated as something like wicked (cursed?) First Back Forward Last Pass Tool: close search matches found. Focus: Sword of Destiny captures: 0 time left: 30:00 Modern Game Insight Date: 20 May 2001 Info: Modern Game Insight for the Peerless Peers fellows. Place: Nara, Japan Event: Round: The No.6 issue of the suite Copyright: nettwins@kcn.ne.jp (Hajime Okada) Source: Various internet and conventional go information servies - newspapers, monthly journals, books, and others. Transcriber:

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