Is this terrible move a tesuji?

It’s a blunder… it’s a tesuji… it’s supercrass! Coming soon to a Go board near you.

In this lesson, we talk about how to preserve your aji, how to discover vital points and engineer double threats, and we investigate some common patterns of play which you can use in your own games.

Video lesson

Interactive lesson

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