Online Go/Baduk/Weiqi game records database with fuseki and joseki trees. Consist from games played on Kiseido Go Server (KGS). Welcome to the Fuseki Dictionary. The dictionary will enable you to perform fuseki (opening) searches in thousands of online professional Go. These even game studies of the fuseki are primarily concerned with the full board strategy as opposed to joseki. However, since fuseki is.
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Go Seigen lost the controversial 4-month game which is believed to fusekii due to help from one of the Honinbo’s studentsbut proved his ability against high-ranking opponents, even when employing such an unusual strategy. Figure 1 White 2: The queries are performed fuskei the batch version of the Go database program GoBase. You might wish to open a second window beside the first one to view Fig 1 whilst reading the text in the first window. Black, on the other hand, has occupied territory along the east side by his advance to This is a severe blow to white.
Until aboutprofessional players made use only of a relatively small proportion of the currently established patterns in the opening. Views Read Edit View history. At this stage of the fuseki, it is of no consequence to discuss the comparative advantages of F and 8. One of the problems while creating a WWW interface for an opening dictionary is how to deal with the vast amount of opening patterns possible in the game of Go.
Since aroundthere has been a succession of fashionable openings, largely a product of Korean professionals, which have been studied and played in a more chess-like manner that is, with successive refinements hammered out in high-profile games. The first part deals with all komoku style openings as for example the famous Shusaku fuseki type.
The low variation of the latter adopted by the Japanese professional Kato Masao and the high version especially popular with the Japanese professional Hane Yasumasa. This sequence would cost black a great deal, as then becomes redundant. Clicking near the center of the image will do a whole board matching Clicking near the right side hoshi point will only match the right edge Clicking near the left side hoshi point will only match the left edge Clicking near the top side hoshi point will only match the top edge Clicking near the bottom side hoshi point will only match the bottom edge This enables you to build variation trees of for example ni-ren sei part II, chapter 1 or the high Chinese fuseki pattern part II, chapter 4 disregarding the exact position of the opponents stones.
It also serves to apply pressure on the white formation down the west side. White 24 advances down the west side while black is building up his territory in the north. White here has an alternative in M.
This latter play would have the double advantage of combining a squeeze attack on white 2 with the formation of a base for expansion in the north west sector. In order to avoid the developments in Dia 2 above, black guards the north west side with sente and gains much territory. Then Dia 3 develops into a ko, for the life of the white group. With the above dangerous possibility in view, White has chosen this play, which can be either defensive or offensive, according to subsequent developments.
See also BGJ 2 page 18 move 9. This approach has clearer goals control territory in the corners and is easier for beginners to grasp and play. Many similar patterns have been tried and played in modern games. The final chapter of part II deals with very creative and rare patterns which have been tried out, especially during the shin-fuseki era beginning of the 20th century, most notably the very daring experiments by Go Seigen and Kitani Minoru. tuseki
November Learn how and when to remove this template message. If white should now play in another part of the board, this would permit black to play at 10, and white would then naturally play 7, which would then allow black to encircle white by playing 6, see Dia 1.
These plays are indispensible after white 8. Often Black 23′ at T, fusrki 24′ at U follows; but in this case it would leave the black position open to a white attack at V.
Although it requires more effort to secure the center, it constitutes the majority of territory on the board. Thus, as far as the corner is concerned, white has the advantage.
However, since fuseki is fuseik based on the jockeying for position to obtain favourable corner development, the student should note particularly the joseki, as much as they are given in each study. Black, by threatening to cut at 30 twice, continues bottling up white.
As played on a large board e. Another reason was that at the time these studies were first published, the point was considered fusski best play that black could make.
However, the influence-oriented approach is more abstract and harder for beginners to grasp and play.
At an opportune time, black may choose to attact the entire north east position by playing X. Things which you might be interested to learn from the professional games are: Diagram 2 In this case where the black outpost is atB would be white’s next play in this region; but if the black stone were at C then 9 would be white’s last play in this area for the time being.
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Black therefore finds it advisable to play 23 next. The dictionary will enable you to perform fuseki opening searches in thousands of online professional Go games. The last plays form a joseki that is not played much these days. Some players occupy the side very quickly in order to build up a good framework, while some place their stones around the center.
Honinbo Shusai Introduction These even game studies of the fuseki are primarily concerned with the full board strategy as opposed to joseki. This article includes a list of referencesrelated reading or external linksbut its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations. Since each move is typically isolated and unforced i. A rough estimate of the prospective territory reveals that black is ahead, but the south side is not yet clarified enough to make a proper evaluation possible as white is bound to gain a few points in attacking the three stones in the south west, and the two in the east as well.
Hence a game of Go may easily explore an unfamiliar path. Diagram 3 Black This stone could have been played in the south east corner instead.