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answered Do strong Go players play simuls, like in chess? Do they ever play blindfolded?
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comment How can I quickly estimate my level in go by playing against a computer/tablet?
As it is now, it seems this question is too specific and will quickly get outdated. Would you mind rewriting it, for instance along the lines of "How can I quickly estimate my level in Go?", that would allow for more broadly helpful answers, and your particular examples may still be mentioned, possibly with a date or version.
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comment Are there specific deck combinations to avoid in Smash Up?
I have protected this thread since it appears that several answers addressed a similar but not quite equivalent question, and that in turn may have caused others to misunderstand the question. Please feel free to have protection removed as deemed sufficient :)
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answered Mahjong - declaring another player dead
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comment Mahjong - declaring another player dead
Which ruleset are you using? Riichi?
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comment At what level should one try to teach go?
Referring specifically to the goproblems.com issue: Indeed, sometimes we (as students) are presented wrong problems/solutions. I believe it is very important to challenge everything that looks suspicious, in a constructive manner: First try to find a counter claim yourself, and try to refute it - if you cannot refute it, ask a stronger player. Either he will explain something you missed in your reasoning, or he'll confirm that in fact the problem is flawed. This process is extremely important in actual games: You should challenge every move your opponent plays in the explained manner.