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TorgoX (1933)

TorgoX
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Friday December 28, 2001
05:52 AM

Waitchey

[ #1806 ]
Dear Log,

I'm learning go/baduk/weiqi. Previous attempts at learning the rules by reading them in books didn't really cohere in my mind, so after reading several tutorials and whatnot, I decided to just try playing against a computer. That turned out to be a great way to learn.

The game is quite pleasant, and I like how a game doesn't turn all frenetic like it does in gomoku. Very calming.

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  • There's nothing quite like playing against a human being though.

    I can recommend KGS [kiseido.com] as being a reasonably friendly place for beginners, and the dedicated java client is rather good. I'm often on there as pdcawley, give me a shout if you see me and I'll be happy to give you a game.