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OGS has a review requests section. I just got a great review there so I'd like to share the link.


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Molasses ko: http://denisfeldmann.fr/bestiary3.htm#mol "The semeai in figure 11 is probably the worst known case of repetition. Known as "molasses ko", ..." Denis Feldmann's Go Bestiary is a compendium of various things (interresting semeai, life and death, edge cases, incredible problems, rules edge cases, weird sekis, etc).


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Here's the AlphaGo team's paper that has all of the details (behind a paywall): http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v529/n7587/full/nature16961.html I gave a couple of tech talks about this recently. This one is about how AlphaGo works and the match with Fan Hui 2p: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HTDxpxmFRGo I gave another talk last year about why it's ...


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Join a Go club with strong players. Your club mates will give you comments and hints. Visit Go conventions and go to Go tournaments. If joining a Go club is not practical for you, consider to take some payed Go lessons by a professional player.


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GoKibitz is a new website that offers a nice frontend for discussing games. I did not use it myself, but it looks promising. I have no experience how strong the players are which are commenting regularly, however I saw at least many 1d or 2d comments. If you are willing to spend money on getting regular full reviews on your games I can highly recommend ...


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The Go Teaching Ladder is a good place to get comments on your games. Unless you're already a dan player, you won't get comments from 6d+ players, but you also don't need them. Your game will be reviewed by a player several stones stronger than you, and they will be able too see enough of your mistakes to help you get stronger.


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Those points should count. There must be a bug in the program.



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