How to learn from Go problems
There is a new article in the “Korea Times” series: Lesson 90: Life-and-Death Problems (Part 2)
It makes a few very good points about how to learn from Go problems:
- find the right problem set for your level - most of the time it’s in very simple situations where mistakes occur, so there is no real benefit to study very complicated problems if you’re missing simple ones
- don’t look at the answers – in the real game there’s no Fujiwara-no-Sai to tell you the answer I don’t suppose there is any harm in looking at the answers eventually – but just don’t look before putting a significant effort into solving the problems.
In order to read other articles in this series, here is the index page
Tags: advice, baduk, tsume-go