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I live in Paris in France. I first played Go in 2001, but didn't become addicted. I'm a casual Go player. I never played in any real-life tournament. Right now, I'm a student in prépa HEC, so I don't have time to play a lot. I plan to play regularly in a Go club in a year.
Some personal background information to know me better: I want to work in startups, cultural industries. I'm a wannabe novelist, and I'm addicted to every way of telling stories and to music.
Here are the resources I've used so far by curiosity and to improve my level. If you want to use these resources, take them very seriously. It doesn't matter if you read the solution of a tsumego without even trying, and if you read a book without trying to apply what you've learnt in your games. Finally, I insist that I used these resources by curiosity. You should enjoy learning new things about Go. Of course most of you won't find these references useful, but it is a way for me to keep track of what I've done and what I can do next.
Some readings I really enjoyed, not really for their technical Go aspects, but rather for the story these authors are telling. I would recommend them to you as well.
- " Baduk and Human Life", by Włodzimierz Malinowski