Thursday, May 11, 2006

Problems, problems, problems, problems

Have been doing tons of them, I guess that's an advantage of traveling. It turns out I brought way too many books though, I could easily stay another few weeks / months / years and be ok on the go books. Most of the time, I have been using my PDA, it is working out well. It is small and it is totally filled with go problems. My only regret is that I don't have a way to get new games / problem collections on there. But that is not really a big issue.

I have been playing a few games on KGS, but I was not really in a very focused mood, so they were not the best games I have ever played. It was nice as a distraction though. Gotta love the internet, where you can play go with your friends, wherever you are, whenever you want to.

Still don't feel very good at them, I just am way too slow, I will have to do more and more and more till my speed improves.

So much to study, so little time ^^

1 comment:

Flame said...

When doing problems, try to approach with open mind. Sometimes, best move is only one point away from where you are looking.

If net doesn't work? Try keima. Or laddering with little twist.

Sometimes, you only can cut instead of capturing.

Those small things...hardest part is proving to yourself that these are right.

Good luck, and good trainings!