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How to Punish Overplay 00

Posted in Free Videos, How to Punish Overplay on Jul 31, 2010

I will give the answer on August 3rd.

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10 Responses to “ How to Punish Overplay 00 ”

  1. Jonathan says:

    Thanks, this is good. This has been one of the issues that has been most difficult for me to deal with in increasing strength.

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  2. Matt says:

    I love this idea, but I must say that I find the subtitles unnecessary. Your english is really very good. ^^

    Thanks.

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  3. kokomi says:

    I love this topic.
    I also find the subtitles unnecessary, and to some degree distracting. Moreover, it occupies the lower part of the board. People can make it in other languages, but your english is excellent to make everything clear.

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  4. pg says:

    Very nice idea!
    I agree that your English is superb, and that english subtitles are not needed.

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  5. Helge says:

    You have great ideas for videos ^^
    and i think you thought a lot of things which can help us to improve, like you said
    “punish overplays” for example.
    Thank you very much for your big effort to help us ­čÖé
    Your videos are my ” Go-Food” ­čÖé

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  6. Yoann says:

    Thank for this vid├ęo, i’ve add to my rss because not more in youtube.

    Thank for the subtitle, because with my bad english is more easy to read it than just listen.

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  7. Nicolás says:

    Instead of the moves shown, what if white attatches on the second line below black’s stone on the right side? This approach seems to me difficult for black to deal with. I have the answer to the problem shown (I think) but I am not sure how to deal with the attatchment.

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  8. BOZEMANpw says:

    Thank you again for such a great topic for non-dan players. I must say that I find the subtitles helpful.

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  9. Ingrid says:

    I’m excited about this new series! I find it difficult to take advantage of my opponents’ mistakes in general, and there’s nothing more disheartening than falling behind when it feels that the opponent has overplayed.

    Many thanks!

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  10. thoma ben says:

    I appreciate your use of subtitles!! it helps me keep track of what you are saying. Also, I am very grateful for the time and effort that you are putting in to help us get better at GO.

    Thank you!!

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