British Go Journal No. 62. July 1984. Page 20.
Six problenms of varying degrees of difficulty - but all should be solvable by 5 kyus and upwards. But remember - readout all the variations before looking at the answers.
Problem 1 |
This position looks deceptively simple. Can black save his group?
Problem 2 |
Four in a row is alive, everyone knows that, - except for black, whose move it is.
Problem 3 |
Blacks four stones are in trouble. His only chance is to use the marked cutting stone to try and counter-attack, but he seems behind on liberties...
Problem 4 |
Whites plight looks desperate - only one eye while Blacks corner seems to be bursting with eyes and liberties.., or is it. White to play.
Problem 5 |
Black to play - can he kill white?
Problem 6 |
Black has pushed through at 1, whereupon white has greedily tried to flick in 2. Black can rap whites knuckles, however.
The solutions to these problems are on page 30.