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1.5 hours teaching game (audio/video) with Guo Juan (Pro 5 Dan) of January online now

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Each month the winner of Alpha league division is rewarded with a teaching game by Guo Juan 5p – one of ASR’s highly profiled GO teachers ! So happened in January 2017 with GoDave89 (1 Dan), the winner of December 2016 league ( see announcement ). Guo J. commented live via audio channel during the teaching game. … Read more

Online now ! – New 2 hrs teaching game (audio/video) with Guo Juan (Pro 5 Dan) of Sept

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Each month the winner of Alpha league division is rewarded with a teaching game by Guo Juan 5p – one of ASR’s highly profiled GO teachers ! So happened last month with George Wang (4 Dan), the winner of August (and July) league, see ASR announcement. Guo J. commented live via audio channel during the … Read more

2 hours teaching game (audio/video) with Guo Juan (Pro 5 Dan) of August online now

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Each month the winner of Alpha league division is rewarded with a teaching game by Guo Juan 5p – one of ASR’s highly profiled GO teachers ! So happened last month with George Wang (4 Dan), the winner of July league ( see announcement ). Guo J. commented live via audio channel during the teaching … Read more

ASR event – Guo Juan’s 3rd teaching game with Silkroad (2k)

Guo Juan 5p gives monthly teaching games to the winner of ASR Alpha class. This is the third game of the season 2016, taking place in the Advanced Study Room on KGS. In May 2016, Silkroad defeated every other player of Alpha class at least once in a runaway victory. This means he won a … Read more

Next lecture for ASR league (free) with Nikola Mitic (insei at Nihon-Kiin): direction of attacking in the early game

Nikola Mitic (Insei of Nihon Ki-in)

Nikola Mitic is a strong Serbian go player. He began his insei studies in October 2012 at the Nihon Ki-in (Japanese Go Association, Tokyo) and is currently in A class to become 1 Pro Dan ! We are very happy to announce that on he will hold a lecture about direction of attacking in the … Read more

ASR event – Guo Juan’s 2nd teaching game with Silkroad (2k)

Guo Juan 5p gives monthly teaching games to the winner of ASR Alpha class. This is the second game of the season, taking place in the Advanced Study Room on KGS. This month,  Silkroad 2k firmly won the top league and therefore played a 3 stones handicap game with our teacher. This game has been … Read more

ASR lecture – “San Ren Sei opening” with Péter Markó (7D)

Here is the 1st ASR lecture with 7Dan Péter Markó (aka Thundergod), which took place shortly in the ASR – Advanced Study Room on KGS. In this lecture Marko introduced the San-Ren-Sei opening (Starting with 3 hoshi points) through a tournament game he recently played against a strong European 7d and he kindly answered every … Read more

ASR event – Guo Juan’s 1st teaching game [live commentary by Guillaume D. / 3 Dan]

Guo Juan 5p gives monthly teaching games to the winner of ASR Alpha class. This is the first game of the season 2016, taking place in the ASR – Advanced Study Room on KGS. About the game itself: the key was directions of play and attacking. Even though there was lots of fighting and groups … Read more

ASR lecture – “Let’s make Go easier” with In-seong Hwang (8D)

  Teacher: In-Seong Hwang (8 Dan) Topic: Let’s make Go easier ! Event: ASR League lecture with In-seong Hwang (8D) Date: September 28th, 2014 This is the 3rd ASR lecture with In-seong Hwang 8 Dan EGF which took place in the Advanced Study Room on KGS. Go is a complex game and sometimes we think … Read more

ASR lecture – “Urgent moves in the fuseki” with Juri Kuronen (6D)

Teacher: Juri Kuronen (6 dan) Topic: Urgent moves in the fuseki Date: April 23rd, 2014 SGF: download Preface Go is fundamentally a surrounding game, to eat or to be eaten that is the question. Chinese rules highlight this very well: every alive stone on the board worth one point. It follows that the stability (strengths … Read more