I was reading on a baduk blog about lateral thinking and pros doing it, how do they it and how can i apply it.
Dictionary definition: is a method for solving problems by making unusual or unexpected connections between ideas.
Lateral thinking techniques are trying;
- more focus
- changing the limits
- radom entries
- work with provocation
- selection of best
- strengthening and shaping the idea
. Pattern recognition is hard enough work but now i’m ready to play around with it can someone forward this to a Dan level player preferably(4d-9p)so they can share some insight into how they apply it.
A good way off going about that would be to discuss with a Q&A why they didn’t follow up with the natural move in a area in there own game I’ve chosen (doing a live game would help me get some question ready for you.) , or an area of interest. Also how they see the patterns in there head coming together to pilot there decision . They could run through the list in sentence three of this paragraph to show were they used it and compare with a game of mine to show if i could use it, why should i use it and how might i apply the idea to other parts of the board in the same game or another example.
I’m sure this will be a very big viewing event so when it get started i dearly hope, everyone must come and probably will come in big numbers#.
- yes im in
- not interested