In other words, a joseki is fair to both players. A player should of course prefer a variation that gives a favorable result, but be satisfied with joseki in the context of . Josekipedia strives to be the most complete joseki resource on the planet, in a joseki, and you later turn to a joseki dictionary to see what that move means. Kogo’s Joseki Dictionary was last updated: Wednesday, February 25, Kogo’s Joseki Dictionary (KJD) is the world’s most extensive software joseki.

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It was compiled and edited by Gary Odom until early The curator since is Alexander Dinerchtein.

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It’s available for free at http: Or you can browse it online with EidoGo. There are many patterns in Kogo’s that are hard to find.


Reductions and invasions are covered, but finding the right sequence of stones to play to get to them is hard. Here is an index of some hard to get to but very useful examples:.

Kogo’s Joseki Dictionary

Has anybody figured out a way to put this on a Palm I have a T5? Is there a sgf-viewer that can handle such a large file or has anybody chopped it down to a collection of smaller files? It seems like they don’t check the email they give at their homepage Who else has problems with Kogo’s dictiohary CGoban3?

Loading the SGF file produces about a hundred conflicts. For this reason, a lot of sequences are missing.

Then cgoban opens it just fine. This problems are because the same move is added twice as a variation. This isn’t following the SGF standards. Most of these moves are very deep in variations like large avalanche and taisha.

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Probing a small knight’s enclosure. Side contact of a 4th line stone.