Tim has supplied me with the missing Kerwin videos, so the Kerwin video page is complete. If you would like to download the videos, simply “right click” on the image you want and “save link as…”. I will add an exclusive downloads page if there is enough desire for it, but for now this can suffice. Additional videos reviewed by Kerwin will be uploaded to the site soon. I hope to include game records on the page as well, but it depends on my formatting ability. As always please send any questions or suggestions to my email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello Columbus Club! I hope things continue to go well. Here is a game I played recently at Sung-So baduk school. The opponent is I Il Lam (“21 Man”), owner and head teacher at the school. We have played many 3-stone games. Hoping for a better result, I tried a different first move. I do not know how to embed sgf files so here’s a link to an OGS upload of my review. Please forgive any mistakes: https://online-go.com/game/5242716 May this be of use! I have learned a lot from the Sung-So team–they are fantastic!
Here I’m posting a new game, but this one was played on KGS. Last week at the Columbus Go Club, I did not play a game, only watched. This week I played a great game with Jeff, but neglected to record it. I don’t recall game well enough to replay them from memory, so today’s game is probably lost forever. This game is a match I played on KGS. My opponent liked to cut instantly. I played OK in the upper left corner, but played poorly on the lower left corner and the upper right corner. As it was, I seemed to come away with a great deal of potential territory before my opponent’s time ran out. I would have loved to see what he might have come up with, but I believe the lag was the end of it. As the game stood I felt like I was ahead. […]