jueves, 8 de julio de 2010

“When you sit down to play a game is your aim to win the game or to become stronger? You probably think you can do both, but these are quite different projects.
The problem with trying to win – besides the fact that it makes it hard to enjoy the game – is that you don’t trust your feelings about where to play. When you look over the board there’ll be a place find you want to play, but if you’re concerned about winning, you’re not going to trust your feeling. You’ll think and analyze and nervously play somewhere else. This is a terrible way to play go. You should look at the board and play wherever you want to. This is the way to get stronger. I say this everywhere I go, around the world, but no one believes me. Nevertheless it’s true."

Quoted in American Go Journal, 2008

Quizás últimamente esté demasiado centrado en tratar de ganar, cuando lo que siempre he querido hacer es mejorar. Quizás por eso me sienta raro jugando. Supongo que debo probar cosas nuevas. :)

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