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learn go in 15 mins

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Res Art (1 day ago)
6:34 sounds gay
James Wiscott (1 day ago)
At least I'm helping you learn the rules LOL
James Wiscott (1 day ago)
Res Art (1 day ago)
+James Wiscott diagonal its not gay
James Wiscott (1 day ago)
Lol... There's always at least one....
"Pie" brought me here
Henry Bouman (3 days ago)
Nice job on the basics
James Wiscott (3 days ago)
Coen80 (7 days ago)
Why do I count 12*12 on the board?? Edit : ah because it played on the lines
Rules are only added to paradoxical situations. Very interesting.
Mark Sebestyen (13 days ago)
"not sure where my video series are GO-ing..." haha
Jeff Narum (20 days ago)
I like the challenge of using marbles on an uneven table.
LunarAtom (23 days ago)
Great video! i learned it very easy with your video
Carl Sandburg (23 days ago)
Always wondered. Thank you.
cgulljb ravi (25 days ago)
Master of Go by Yasunari Kawabata brought me here, an extremely strategic game .... looks very difficult even for a beginner
Elijah Knight Sky (27 days ago)
I like your dragon!!!
How about go fuck your self
Henry Logan (1 month ago)
Just asking where did you buy your Go board from. Thanks
theduddha2 (1 month ago)
I used to buy them from a place called Yellow Mountain Imports... You should be able to Google them
Werewolf13 (1 month ago)
Hmmm... pretty sure the Chinese count the same way everyone else does and that looks like a 12 sqare X12 square board - not 13X13. Just sayin'...
theduddha2 (29 days ago)
+Werewolf13 a little bit of searching and you should be able to find some free software... There's one called the many faces of go... There's one called go plus plus... And there's some online Go Games and online go servers... Hope this helps
Werewolf13 (1 month ago)
That clarifies the issue. Thanks. I used to play GO on a real board years ago while in the Navy and at sea. All the games I played and I never once thought of that. We always played on a 12X12 - ooops - a 13X13. Lately I've been wanting to get back into it but most everything I do now is on a PC and I'm having difficulty finding software. I found one that seems to have an AI based upon the AI that beat the human Japanese champion (????) - googles deep mind I think, but the price of $89 was a bit high. Others were on websites that looked dead. Got any recommendations?
theduddha2 (1 month ago)
It is a 12 by 12 if you're counting the squares but the game of Go is played on the intersections... The intersections are 13 by 13... And the Chinese have a special way of counting the score that is different from the Japanese. Hope this helps... Thanks for the comment
Diabolik771 (1 month ago)
Very clear video. What about ending a game? I've seen people play who knew what they were doing and there are tons of spaces left and they just stopped. They just kinda know if they lost or not?
Mikaela Cupp (1 month ago)
Ive always wanted to learn to play this. Its supposed to be more related to war tactics tha chess. Friend and i uust finished our first game, used your video for reference a few times. Thanks for the explanation!
alan merritt (1 month ago)
Well done ! Avoids the "esoteric subtleties" and gives the student a clear grounding in what is a VERY difficult game to master
oktotek teke (1 month ago)
He said: "3 liberties, is with what they're translated to an AMERICAN" HAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHHA "AMERICAN" IS NOT A LANGUAGE FFS!!!!!!!!!
Okay my bad then... It's hard to tell when you're reading something sometimes. Thanks for letting me know buddy
oktotek teke (16 days ago)
+State of Conflict Board Game Beta great video, didn't say anything about that, it was just very funny when you said that. Comment was not meant to be rude :)
Well in my defense... I don't script anyting. I just go with the flow. Sometimes when you're just talk and you say stupid things. And you don't even realize you said it. Thanks for calling me out on it... don't really need to be rude about it though LOL
oktotek teke (1 month ago)
noooo, weeeryyyy wrong thedudda2! you don't translate to "LONDONIAN", or "TEXASIAN", or "AUSTRALIAN"...get the point?? If it was used ONLY in America, you could say that, but even then you would need to say "AMERICAN ENGLISH", never only "AMERICAN"!!!
theduddha2 (1 month ago)
I could get away with it... there is British Style English and American Style English... And other English styles... So I'm just going to say I said American a short for American Style English LOL..
Alex Hyde (1 month ago)
"most people are gonna disagree with me, but Uh, that's why we live in a world where people can have different opinions"😂😂😂😂😂
Euquila (1 month ago)
Now I'm going to watch the alpha go games :)
Mao Zedong brought me here
theduddha2 (1 month ago)
His Spirit? LOL
Sam (1 month ago)
Thanks for the rules of go but why do you have a dragon idol on the table? Don't you know the book of revelation lists idolatry as the first reason why God's wrath is going to be poured out on this world on the day of the Lord?
theduddha2 (1 month ago)
I don't worship the dragon so no worries
FiFiFilth (1 month ago)
I'm a 2 dan, why is this recommended to me? Anyways I've been teaching go to beginners this way for many years, too bad that not a single person seriously picked it up. </3
Z E R O (1 month ago)
It's like a very simplified war game, I love it.
OTL Cellartapes (1 month ago)
'life is like go, but simpler' (go proverb)
OsamaBinLooney (2 months ago)
a minute to learn, a lifetime to master XD
Martin (2 months ago)
How did I get here from "Bentley the Bulldog Puppy is Fussy"?
Rilum Osmanaj (2 months ago)
Hello theduddha2, Greetings!
Rilum Osmanaj (1 month ago)
theduddha2 (1 month ago)
Shaun Hinds (2 months ago)
I have a question. So in your example with the eyes, after white takes the black stones, what prevents the black stones from coming back into that space to take either the one stone in the territories (the killing stone) or the side stones? I have always wondered this and I don't know how it is solved.
OTL Cellartapes (1 month ago)
there is a rule that you cannot play a stone that would be suicide for itself or for a group: so having two internal liberties makes a group unkillable,
Mukul Sharma (2 months ago)
Good Game.
ybor20 (2 months ago)
You're talking too much and saying too less. I stopped after 3 minutes, maybe you're a strong player but you're not strong teacher. In those three minutes you're talking about white get 7,5 points because of the American go federation or something like that. It would be more interesting to start with explaining what a point is. A bit later you're talking about the one who has the biggest territory wins and again you didn't explain what territory is. In those three minutes that you're talking and chairing non-formation like that you prefer to play on a 13x13 board.. who cares? One can explain the whole game of go and even more. I'm sorry, you should think first before you start to teach: which information is relevant and what can be cut.... In your video the first three minutes. The rest I don't know...
theduddha2 (1 month ago)
At the time I made this video I was neither a strong player nor a strong teacher... There simply wasn't any type of information on YouTube that explain the rules of Go in a basic way. Knowing what I know now and what I new then... I would have done a better job. But I got a lot of positive comments on the video giving them the basics. The video was meant more of a overview than an actual lesson and based off the overwhelmingly positive response I would say that it served its purpose for a lot of people... If you watch my intro video I explained that I wasn't trying to teach I was simply showing what I understood and what I was learning at the time and people were welcome to follow me as I learned. I made it clear that I was a beginner. Anyway I mostly agree with you it's just I didn't set out to be some kind of great teacher... I just wanted to get the rules out there in a short time.
Yahiko Baskerville (2 months ago)
Thank you very much; not only did I learn Weiqi from you, but I also beat someone at it right after your video. I also play Age Of Wushu which has Weiqi in it; and your video helped me beat him as well. I will subscribe because I love this game and am hoping you upload more Weiqi (go) games I'd love to see you play someone or even just playing against yourself.
Ms.Smith GameChanger (2 months ago)
COOOL! thanks for explaining! 👍💋
Jonathan Nieves (2 months ago)
thanks really simple and helpful to allow someone to play who is a total Noob. (like me)
Lawrence Target (2 months ago)
What a horrible board that scratchy sound is just horrible
Colin Java (3 months ago)
Seems a bit tedious, especially on the bigger boards, but maybe I could get into it. Maybe I will stick to chess, but chess also has its problems in that the amount of opening theory is neverending. Computer analysis of openings is a huge part of what the professionals have to do just to have a chance against other professionals doing the same thing to try and squeeze that minute advantage.
OTL Cellartapes (1 month ago)
Go only seems tedious if you aren't seeing the threats and possibilities, which beginners have usually not learned to do yet.,.,.,
amandeep singh (3 months ago)
why not make stone bottom flat??? why
theduddha2 (1 month ago)
The Chinese style Stones do have flat bottoms
OTL Cellartapes (1 month ago)
harder to pickup that way, although there are some kinds of stones that have a rounder side and a flatter side: this is useful after a game when reviewing, as you have the option to invert stones and so go through variations
Prosper Machengo (3 months ago)
Brilliant video. I am going to dedicate my irst win in Go to you.
Unknown Entity (3 months ago)
I know it's probably been said a thousand times, but that rule he @7:35 calls a K.O. rule is actually a Japanese word (not an abbreviation) _ko_ (劫) pronounced straightforwardly like CO- in COrn (or CAU- in CAUght). For novice Japanese language enthusiasts, it can almost sound as if he's saying keiyō or kenyō, both of which have multiple meanings unrelated to the word's literal meaning of "eternity".
theduddha2 (1 month ago)
Yep... this video was made when I was a beginner... I was self-taught and I learned from books so... I know better now but thank you
theduddha2 (1 month ago)
That is super nice thank you!
tina f (3 months ago)
What do the dots on the board mean?
tina f (1 month ago)
theduddha2 okay thank you
theduddha2 (1 month ago)
Well... They're called star points sometimes and they basically make it easy to find certain parts on the board... In Chinese mythology... The large board had one. For each day of the year... Basically they can mean a lot of different things
ConRon (3 months ago)
Here because of the movie “Pi”.
LauraL Bethel (3 months ago)
IFitHadtobetoldRight (4 months ago)
Thought chess was at the top.. just started playing this.. thoughts change
Zynski Games (4 months ago)
@ 0:50 I completely agree, the 9x9 is not teaching me much anymore, 3 months into learning. Trying to wrap your head around the 19x19 definitely requires 13x13 practice if you are a new player imo.
Hartley_Bushcraft (4 months ago)
That's 12 by 12
theduddha2 (1 month ago)
You play on the intersections not on the squares... This is why they call it a 13 by 13
Izzak Beck (4 months ago)
Very helpful video, thanks man.
Robert Jacob Robson (4 months ago)
I played game with such rules, but in my notebook during boring lessons ;p cool game!
Victoria Smith (4 months ago)
You can't learn go in 15 minutes
theduddha2 (1 month ago)
I disagree... You could learn the basic rules in 15 minutes. Now if you're implying that you can't be a good go player in 15 minutes then I completely agree with you.
Kaliep Murangi (4 months ago)
why is it called a 13 by 13 when the board has 12 by 12 blocks on the board
Kaliep Murangi (4 months ago)
Nevermind, I know why now.
Richard Hampson (4 months ago)
Great simple explanation - thank you!
LiquidCandy (4 months ago)
But how do u win
theduddha2 (1 month ago)
You're going to have to watch a few more videos LOL
Dan Bennett (4 months ago)
Is it me or was it not explained how to score or how to count an area. Also he didn’t actually explain why bits were taken in the examples at the end. All in all a lot of information with none of it really explained. When does the game end? Now I have to go watch another video because I don’t know how to play
theduddha2 (1 month ago)
This is one of my first videos and I understand I didn't do it very well... I apologize for that. Many people find my 15-minute go example game to fill in a lot of the gaps in this video
Itachi Uchiha™ (4 months ago)
Anyone know name of anime or cartoon. The action is related to "go" and the main character is a boy who is just getting to know the game and is rapidly progressing in the game, while later a boy appears who, when he wins an opponent, opponent can't never play #MyEnglishIsBadImKnow
theduddha2 (1 month ago)
Hikaru no Go
lucax tshotting (5 months ago)
you barely touched the territory point giving thing, i caught you saying it by chance
josh smith (5 months ago)
dont worry it will make since once you figure it out...... haha yes it did, good tutorial thanks.
fenderzer86er (5 months ago)
good explanation of the game, I started your video not knowing what go is, now I have an idea of how to play , thank you :)
TouchyBanana (5 months ago)
I had a 19x19 board since my parents are Korean
MusikCassette (5 months ago)
this vid assumes that you already can play go. for example it does not tell when the game is over or how in the end points are really counted.
Foxnram (5 months ago)
13:40 mins and still stupid af regarding go : (
Umide Sacoor (5 months ago)
Thank you, this should get me... go-ing ;)
pickle richard (5 months ago)
lets make go asmr a thing it'll be great
Troom Troom (5 months ago)
Not loud
Troom Troom (5 months ago)
Arigatoyi(thank you)
Zuena Munywoki (5 months ago)
Good explanation. Thank you.
Stone Westray (5 months ago)
Roger Syversen (5 months ago)
FotoschoPro (6 months ago)
*C A P T U R E T H E B L A C K*
ub3rn00bster (6 months ago)
i wouldn't eat those mentos after you fingered them all
Barefoot Prof (6 months ago)
I have been playing for ten years and not getting any better. I make the same mistakes. But all the tutorials are beginning or advanced.
Julio Ezequiel (6 months ago)
Very nice.
sap sap (6 months ago)
Hikaru no go
abntareq ban (6 months ago)
هل من عربي هنا
Sole Pompano4660 (7 months ago)
Anyone else use 18x18?
OTL Cellartapes (3 months ago)
no - it's 19x19, and played on intersections instead of inside the squares
Ashton Rainey (8 months ago)
If you’re white, can’t you just keep making the pattern at 12:15 until the game is over and win the game. No one gets any points but white starts with 7.5 points right
Ashton Rainey (8 months ago)
Go fish brought me here
AfresIsBeast1 (8 months ago)
Good tutorial really helped because i dont know how at all
Symbol Guy (8 months ago)
What about the Komi rule? White gets 5.5 points automatically to make up for the fact black starts the game
Ehsan A (8 months ago)
are you gonna look at the fucking camera like this the whole fucking creepy time you fucking creep
MarkChapterThirteen (8 months ago)
This made me laugh.
David Hershberger (8 months ago)
Thank you for this introduction.
Bijan Izadi (9 months ago)
Thank you for this video, I am so happy I watched this.
Ad infinitum...infinity! That was cute lol sorry. Thanks for the informative video. The ruleset that came with my Go board was more useful as toilet paper about how to actually play, so it was nice that you took the time to show how all those different rules and variations actually work out during play.
OTL Cellartapes (3 months ago)
mine was hilarious - translations done by only a native source-language translator, needed to be re-edited by a native destination-language speaker to remove the hilarity and substitute for sense..
bcastan106 (9 months ago)
Thanks dude.
GamerSkibbe (9 months ago)
Despite you confusing black and white (and sides and corners) a couple of times, a very helpful video! Thanks :)
Dabward (9 months ago)
The "supply line" analogy is a great way to look at it
bergamo bobson (9 months ago)
Who's here because of Hikaru?
Bloody Kenshiro (9 months ago)
Go is deceptively simple, but as you said it takes a life time to master all its intricacies. I have a friend that likes it a lot, so maybe through learning from your videos I could actually play him eventually and not make a fool o myself. Thank you for your work.
Queen Tiffany (10 months ago)
actually the duddha 2 it is 13:40 instead of 15 minutes. and you could round it to 14:00
Leo Yang (10 months ago)
I learned some basic rules, thanks
IT Help (10 months ago)
In chess white start first In go black starts first Racism
Teringventje (1 month ago)
Nice attempt to be funny.
riddle my fiddle. (10 months ago)
good ol youtube no click baits. vid is 13:39 minutes says in title 15. what a generous man
Jeffrey J. Reale (10 months ago)
Thanks for the cool video! We bought this game for Christmas and had no idea what we were doing. Your video saved Christmas! 😂
SnackerJacker (10 months ago)
How to play starts at 3:40
Bigin Alabama (10 months ago)
Best basic video ever!!
Rodrigo Herrera (10 months ago)
at 10:09 placing the white piece in the same place from where it was killed restores the board to the previous postion, which was said to be illegal earlier in the video. Please explain
troubleshooter24 (10 months ago)
Very clear thank you
zelda promt (11 months ago)
Alpha zero brought me here
Will Nation-Dixon (11 months ago)
Sort of like Othello, then?
josué elias (11 months ago)
Sarah Woolrich (11 months ago)
once the stone are down can it be moved again
Sarah Woolrich (11 months ago)
Does each player get one turn each? Or one stone at a time per player?
zepeterinma (11 months ago)
Speed 2x and it's learn go in 7.5 mins.

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