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|Author:||MikeKyle [ Wed Jan 02, 2019 6:32 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Sources of Tsumego|
(Please excuse me if theres already a similar thread, I couldn't see anything recent when i searched)
I'm trying to get into a more regular tsumego regime and I wondered where people are getting their problems from.
Tsumego pro - app for android - I like the 6 daily problems, the rest of the app seems to feed me the same problems a lot.
101weiqi.com - chinese language website including nice tsumego tools - Someone made me aware of this recently and I really like it so far. In chinese so I have to do a lot of google translating.
..and I use some Japanese tsumego pocket books, but these are a bit easy for me.
I'm interested in both print and digital sources of problems. I prefer print really, but computers can do some clever stuff like adapting to your level.
In particular I'd be interested if anyone knows of a really good souce of tesuji problems (I always find those extra fun.)
What's your source?
Do others use 101weiqi, what's your experience?
|Author:||seberle [ Wed Jan 02, 2019 10:17 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Re: Sources of Tsumego|
Like you, I like the Tsumego Pro app and use it daily.
I used to use goproblems.com and gochild2009.appspot.com, but since they're not completely free, I haven't used them lately. I'm also working through the book series "Graded Go Problems for Beginners."
Recently I discovered Tsumego Hero (tsumego-hero.com), which I really like.
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