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Feb
14
comment How can I quickly estimate my level in go by playing against a computer/tablet?
program have often weakness and strength different of human ones On server I encountered people which are good at exploiting bot weakness. I have personally hard time with bots at correct handicap. generally ranking is very tricky and work better on a statistical point of view so more opponents is better.
Feb
13
revised How can I quickly estimate my level in go by playing against a computer/tablet?
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Feb
13
comment How can I quickly estimate my level in go by playing against a computer/tablet?
I asked for your level directly to the software author twitter.com/Xavier_Combelle/status/566325976100253696 because I don't know the smartgo strength.
Feb
13
revised How can I quickly estimate my level in go by playing against a computer/tablet?
better advice about not playing against human for improve
Feb
13
comment How can I quickly estimate my level in go by playing against a computer/tablet?
I spoke about the highest level settings in a typical tablet/phone hardware. There is really no point to use a computer to evaluate your level. Usually the ones which don't know their level are really beginners so somewhere between 15 kyu and 25 kyu
Aug
2
answered How can I quickly estimate my level in go by playing against a computer/tablet?
Nov
26
awarded  Yearling
Feb
3
comment What is this game similar to Quoridor?
@Matt that the walls are not between the square but on the square
Jan
10
asked What is this game similar to Quoridor?
May
15
accepted Corner variation which is not in Josekipedia
May
11
awarded  Scholar
May
10
asked Corner variation which is not in Josekipedia
Apr
20
answered What is the best way to learn chess strategy and tactics?
Mar
24
comment Second line invasion of two-space extension
In Related joseki shape I would play M18 L18 N17
Jan
2
comment Chess (and variations) Endgame Complexity
does arbitrary size of a chess game is relevant ?
Dec
14
awarded  Editor
Dec
14
revised Do professional-level Go players memorize a list of endgame positions as part of their training?
correcting link
Dec
14
suggested approved edit on Do professional-level Go players memorize a list of endgame positions as part of their training?
Dec
13
awarded  Teacher
Dec
13
comment Do we have Go endgame tablebases, just like Chess?
As there is two question in one I migrated the second here