Target Rank: 15 Kyu to 10 Kyu (6:41)
This is an opening move that is just not seen as commonly as it used to, but it is still good to learn nonetheless. Remember, you play this when you care more about the sides.
Target Rank: 15 Kyu to 10 Kyu (7:01)
This is a standard pattern that has been fazed out a bit, but still generally good to know. The point is that settling groups is very important. Make sure you can make two eyes!
Target Rank: 15 Kyu to 10 Kyu (8:40)
The Avalanche Joseki is famous among Go players for being ridiculously difficult, but luckily for us, Alpha Go doesn't really like it all that much. Let's learn the simple variations today we can use in our games.
Target Rank: 15 Kyu to 10 Kyu (5:27)
The 5-4 point isn't honestly seen all that much in modern Go, but you should at least be familiar with it. It's played when the corner is not really your main concern.
Target Rank: 15 Kyu to 10 Kyu (7:03)
This is a very simple standard sequence that I highly recommend memorizing. This is Black responding to White's one space high approach by playing the Keima.
The center is grass
Finish it up!
Let's play a little game
See the unseen