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- Samsung cup shinjinseo misclick
- Cho Chikun tesuji
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- Kong Haan? - korean amateur 6d -> Amateurs versus Professionals
- Kim Jonghae? - korean amateur 6d -> Amateurs versus Professionals
- Information about the preliminaries of major tournaments. How are they played, who is allowed to play etc. (for japanese majors, an Italian link is at http://www.agi.go.it/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=319&Itemid=230)
- Seongdan Taeheui?
- New Korean promotion system?
- Japanese connection terminology?
- Black Hole Fuseki
- Taxonomy on common techniques in tsumego. We have a hodge podge of techniques already on SL, such as: snapback, nakade, connect-and-die, throw-in, eye shapes, descent tesuji, miai, there is death in the hane. A lot of techniques are presented ad hoc in problems and exercises. However, not all of them seem to be easily accessible from some central location, so some of them may be hard to find unless the reader knows the name of the technique. How do we group and categorize these techniques?
- Techniques of making and destroying eyes. Unlike other types of techniques, many of these eye-related techniques never appear in pages devoted to describing them, but only introduced in solutions to life-and-death problems. I think a reason is because many of these techniques do not have names. Like the previous item, a high level overview of these techniques would be useful.
- Pull out?
- Tapir: I believe a series on capturing race techniques with examples would be useful. (Counting liberties, increasing liberties, unobvious moves in capturing races)
- How To Win With A 6 Stone Handicap?
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