Much appreciated …
At 17k I think there is more to learn on a larger board: at least 13x13 but better still 19x19.
Unless you want to specifically learn about 9x9?
What do you want to learn , what is your goal with a teaching game?
Teaching is usually about sharing knowledge on the topic. But I think playing on 9x9 is mostly about reading ability. It does not involve much knowledge.
People with a lot of knowledge about 9x9 are quite rare, I think. It’s much easier to find people with knowledge on 19x19.
Considering his level, I’m not sure that micmicmic is asking about a teaching on the theory of a 9x9 game, but more about some help on how to play go using a 9x9 board.
There is still a lot to teach, like how to press, capture, ladders and net, closing your boundaries, sente gote…
(to continue) … tesuji, basic life and death problems, endgame tricks (kind of part of closing the boundaries), maybe even quick counting tricks A little game I made to practice counting quickly.
There’s actually a lot to learn about how to efficiently read right? How to recognise vital/important points to focus on potentially useful variations. How not to do wishful reading for instance https://senseis.xmp.net/?Katteyomi
Sure challenge me correspondent