American Go E-Journal

Member’s Edition: Lessons with Kaz: Onion Tesuji (Part 2)

Tuesday March 13, 2012

Published in the March 13, 2012 edition of the American Go E-Journal.

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Black just played the marked stone, instead of the correct play at A.
Problem: White to play.

A longtime contributor to the American Go E-Journal, former insei Kazunari Furuyama has returned with his popular EJ column, now in sgf files and re-named “Lessons with Kaz”. Kaz co-authored Kiseido’s “Get Strong at Joseki”, volumes 2 and 3 and is now teaching on KGS Plus.

Kaz plans to start “Kaz Go Services” soon, for yet another way to improve your game. Watch http://www.kazsensei.com for developments. And see Kaz’s latest go advice on his blog at http://kazsensei.seesaa.net.

In this lesson, Kaz presents variations on shapes from which his Onion Tesuji arises. Players from 10 kyu to 4 dan make mistakes in these practical positions.

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