📗 MANUAL of the "Almost antique corner sequences"


INTRO

This post contains the manual for the joseki’s in the Almost antique corner sequences collections. For more info on this collection click here.

In the OGS puzzle category it looks like this:

It is a player controlled and only allow on specified path set up: you can replay a joseki by clicking on the orange coordinates at your own tempo, but you can not try out alternative moves. (This OGS feature is meant for presenting go puzzles, not for joseki’s unfortunately.)

WHERE CAN I FIND THE JOSEKI I AM LOOKING FOR?

Index Photos
4-4

3-3

6-4, 6-3 and 5-5

3-4

3-5

5-3


THE MANUAL


4-4 (1-2600)
2-693

2-106


107-134

135-215

216-233

234-251

252-314

315-371

372-581

582-605

606-630

631-648

649-693

694-808

694-753


754-762

763-789

790-808

809-1116

809-831


832-859

860-1051

1052-1116

1116-1374

1117-1293


1294-1320

1321-1356

1357-1375

1375-1615

1376-1398


1399-1506

1507-1551

1552-1615

1616-1873

1616-1710


1711-1800

1801-1854

1855-1873

1874-2022

1874-1905


1906-1977

1978-2004

2005-2023

2022-2182

2024-2092


2093-2101

2101-2136

2137-2182

2182-2278

2183-2260


2261-2278

2279-2376

2279-2376

2279-2377

2377-2420

2421-2508

2422-2453


2454-2462

2463-2480

2481-2508

2508-2600

2509-2521


2522-2556

2257-2593

2594-2600


3-3 (2601-2800)

2601-2657


2657-2758

2759-2800


6-4, 6-3 and 5-5 (2801-3000)

2801-2911


2912-2974

2975-3000


3-4 (3001-5000)
3001-3215

3001-3041


3042-3088

3089-3106

3107-3178

3178-3215

3216-3312

3216-3242


3242-3257

3257-3284

3285-3312

3312-3690

3313-3434


3434-3460

3461-3561

3562-3615

3616-3651

3652-3690

3690-4383

3691-3776


3777-3849

3850-3876

3877-3936

3937-4009

4009-4036

4037-4077

4078-4224

4225-4288

4289-4384

4383-4585

4385-4435


4436-4480

4481-4489

4490-4525

4526-4569

4570-4586

4585-4808

4587- 4681


4682-4735

4736-4789

4790-4808

4809-4973

4809-4875


4876-4929

4930-4972

4973-5000

4973-5000


3-5 (5001-5400)
5000-5400

5001-5106


5107-5140

5141-5217

5218-5261

5262-5311

5312-5327

5327-5353

5354-5400


5-3 (5401-6000)
5401-6000

5401-5457


5458-5500

5501-5507

5508-5671

5672-5777

5778-5822

5823-5840

5841-5874

5875-5931

5932-5974

5875-5967

5968-6000


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This is an insane amount of work. Thanks a lot for these. As a side note I wonder if it will be possible to compile these into a single sgf akin to the Kogo’s joseki dictionary.

https://online-go.com/puzzle/40322
What about this format? Does it imply that tenuki is possible?

I know. Just needed a big project during corona times and lockdowns.
The other reason is that I really suck at joseki. Reading a book about joseki just makes me sleepy. But by entering all those joseki’s I learn a lot and I have the possibility to replay them (and so have other people).

About tenuki during joseki. Yep, that happens quite often. I think (but this is just a wild guess) that in this collections there are at least a few hundred joseki’s that contain a tenuki (so that a player gets to play two moves in a row locally).

EDIT: in the 4000 range I still have to enter several hundreds of joseki’s.

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Don’t know about that. But I do know one thing for sure: it won’t be me who will try to do this.
:rofl:

I think the question wasn’t a general one, rather one about that strange move in the one linked.

Yeah I was asking about that particular one that I linked. I just has a “tenuki” and nothing else basically.

Got it. Forgot to add “Tenuki” in the caption in that joseki.

The system doesn’t allow tenuki, so I have to play a move somewhere “out of sight”. I chose the T-line (t for tenuki).
Could have played farther away, but then the stones in the diagram would have become so small (not convenient for smart phone users).