Overview of fuseki patterns

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Note: many conventional opening patterns have been reevaluated during the AI revolution. In particular the early 3-3 invasion under a stone at 4-4 has become a cornerstone of post-AI opening patterns. See Openings reviewed with AI.

Conventional fuseki patterns

Most of the less usual types of openings are covered by Fuseki Not Taking Free Corners.

The set opening through most of the history of go in China - the Chinese classical opening - is surprisingly rarely adopted in contemporary games, considering that the 4-4 point is so popular.

Unconventional fuseki and fuseki for fun

See also


Overview of fuseki patterns last edited by Dieter on June 24, 2020 - 14:50
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