Sensei’s Library, page: Go Databases, keywords: Software. SL is a large WikiWikiWeb about the game of Go (Baduk, Weiqi). It’s a collaboration. Kifu is the Japanese go term for game record, but its use is discouraged by some people, since the English game record works well. The recent. SL is a large WikiWikiWeb about the game of Go (Baduk, Weiqi). The idea is you add the moves on the kifu itself, ++ on the.

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Once, I was so concentrated that I found myself grabbing for a stone in my cup kifi hot coffee I learn more from having a record of my “serious” games then I do from trying to remember three games at the end of the day.

Also hosting an archive of commented games by Alexandre Dinerchtein. That makes replaying the game later a bit easier. About 95, of them have a professional, the remaining are amateurs and bots. I can reflect on games while I play them, and jot down some notes that help during reviews. If you want to play humans some day you’re not going to be very good at it if you just play bots because ikfu and humans play rather differently and a lot of what works against specific bots on the gi won’t work against humans.

I’ve been trying to record a game twice now: Book View SmartGo Kifu provides an innovative way to replay games. I keep reading this piece of advice: There is not enough clear information about their features and limitations to allow users to make a clear choice based on their needs.


Sun Mar 15, 2: Using a Palm to record games causes me to slow down a yo and consider my moves more carefully SmartGo Kifu SmartGo Kifu is designed as a versatile tool for Gl players who want to study professional games, practice Go problems, record their games, as well as play against the computer. Correspondence games Ho point! First, obtain a game record form.

It even allows game branches to be explored during the game, which nicely complements the note taking feature e. A friend of mine and I have a habbit of each picking up the stylus and recording our own moves on the one device.

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I had the same experience. There is no other universally-recognised notation comparable to algebraic chess notation for Go. Little Go cannot do it. Sat Mar 21, 2: This term is originally from China.

I used a camera to take a kufu of the final position and once during a game as a help for reconstructing the game.

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I get a very real sense that a lot of player discount AI completely as a solid learning method. KifuDepot Japanese language only Asian pro games from and some old Japanese games.


I also made a note of which plays took me more than one minute to play. Waltheri’s go pattern search – position search in extensive database of pro games. For example, you can adjust misplaced moves, insert a pair of moves, add comments, and email the game record to your opponent. The analysis program could then determine from the pictures which of them has the next move by checking if there is gl difference on the game state.

Books, software, problems, etc The problems are also rated in terms of ‘coolness’, giving you a chance to work on the more interesting problems.

Then I went to the departmental college photocopier and copied it. He thought it was funny, though. Replay moves and solve problems directly within diagrams.

Compared to other Go programs, SmartGo is more powerful and easier to use. A picture every minute or so depending on playing speed, of course could later be used to reconstruct the game e. Game recording and editing features have been fine-tuned through actual use at many tournaments, so it’s a snap to record your over-the-board games. The earliest surviving kifus are collected by the book Wangyou Qingle Ji Chinese: