This is the archive of former Articles of the Week. On this page, you will find only the most recently featured articles, older articles are in separate subpages.
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|Article of the Week||January 9-15, 2012|
Ko fight example from a pro game -1
This page shows an example of a ko fight from a top professional game, namely game 1 in the final for the Samsung Cup edition 2011, between Gu Li (Black] and Won Sungjin (White).
|Article of the Week||January 16 - 22, 2012|
Mirror Go, also commonly referred to by the Japanese term manego, refers to the practice where one player plays each move at a point that "mirrors" his opponent's previous move.
The theory behind Mirror Go is that a move that mirrors the opponent's move can't be worse off. Players who mirror the moves can abort the mirroring process when they feel their opponent has made a bad move, giving an advantage.
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|Article of the Month||April 2014|
Lee Sedol - Gu Li rivalry
China's Gu Li & S. Korea's Yi Se-tol formed the 21st century's first international rivalry, contesting the status of world's strongest. As of April 2014, the two players have officially played each other in 42-games. Gu Li leads by one victory and has won the last four matches. A no result occurred in one match, which was the result of a rare quadruple ko position.