tsumego (go problems) practice tool
DescriptionTo get stronger at the game of go, it is essential to develop one's reading ability. That is why professionals recommend study of life and death or tesuji (local offensive positions) problems. uliGo is a program that allows you to do that: the computer displays a problem, and asks for the answer. You enter the first move, the computer responds, and so on until you reach the final solution or enter a wrong move. uliGo includes a stop clock, support for multiple solution paths, and random color selection and board rotation (to avoid rote memorization). It uses the standard SGF format for its problems, so you can easily create your own using any SGF editor (such as CGoban).
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