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The third game ... it is missing ...
... I dont think it is invented yet.
i dont understand what you mean, Lueague of Legends (LoL in short) is a masive online videogame from the barely new world of e-sports
when i saw that i was not in my computer, i should have keept the link, i found a fragment, but its in spanish, i will try to find it in english version
hi, im back in this forum, ive read lot of inteesting posts, i have to thank my friends here who has helped me improving my chess, i can beat the friends who has teached me, now i have no on to teach me but i still lose to most of internet peopple xDDDD
i can still help evryone who wants to know about Go, i can teach the rules and guide you to impove :)
You should make a Go lessons blog series.
Also, you haven't beaten me yet! ;)
GO BY TWENTY ZILLION MILES!!!!!!!!!
i actually teach some peoople on facebook, (a closed group), and working on a youtuve channel to teach :D (this idea will become true on november or december)
what does it means? i dont get it D:
The original question was "which do you think is harder Go or Chess?" meeatdust is saying that Go is harder by twenty zillion miles (i.e. a lot).
I have a book called, "Basic Techniques of Go."
I don't understand any of it.
I think the question "which is harder go or chess" is kind of impossible to answer. It depends on what you are trying to do.
Go is more complex and much harder for engines to solve.
Go has easier rules and easier to learn.
The engines are weaker compared to humans in go, so it is easier to beat a good go engine than a good chess engine.
There are less players playing go than chess, so statistically it is most likely easier to become the world champion in go than in chess.
For those that have played go and chess about the same amount of time probably have it easier to beat me in go than in chess (since I am just a beginner in go).
Wakah wakah wakah
Dont worry :) try by learning very well the rules at first, then, just play xD to play es all you need untill you start to feel you need something more, before that, josekis patterns, fuseki theory, not even life and death exersises will help you that much :)
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