Igowin's worst game ever

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Despite the name, this page shows as much about what excessive play against computer opponents might do to your play. W1 is reasonable, the next ten moves are plain wrong - Black plays horrible to still allow a jigo, but White played plenty ridiculous moves as well. That is, against a weak computer opponent that does not learn from its mistakes, you may end up repeating strange moves that should not work over and over again, acquiring serious bad habits in the process. Be warned. --Tapir

Black: Igowin (at 3 kyu level) - White: Bildstein - Result: Jigo

Moves 1 to 10  
Moves 11 to 20  
Moves 21 to 30  
Moves 31 to 40  
Moves 41 to 50  
Moves 51 to 57  

(Move 57 captures the marked stones.)

Moves 58 to 60  

(Black recaptures with Move 58.)

Moves 61 to 70  
Moves 71 to 80 (9: pass)  
Moves 81 to 86 (1: pass) (3: pass) (5: pass) (6: pass)  

Result: Jigo.

Igowin's worst game ever last edited by tapir on February 20, 2011 - 22:47
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