Joseki - Improve Your Playing Go Skills
Developer: Huafang liu
Current Version: 1.1
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 2.8 MB - Download
Joseki, namely formalized series of moves, is a software specifically developed to help the beginners to learn all kinds of joseki and improve their go skills.
1. It shows you thousands of corner opening move sequences.
2. It teaches you the moves the experts have found to be the most effective and how to punish your opponent when they make a mistake.
3. It shows you good, bad and trick moves.
4. Its simple operation and user friendly interface will make it easy for you to study and remember all kinds of joseki.
•Star Point Joseki
•3-4 Point Knight Approach
•3-4 Point One-Space Approach
•3-4 Point Two-Space Approach
•3-4 Point Large-Knight Approach
•5-4 Point Approached By 3-4 Point
•5-4 Point Approached By 3-3 Point
•5-3 Point Approached By 3-4 Point
•5-3 Point Approached By 4-5 Point
•5-3 Point Approached By 3-3 Point
•3-3 Point Joseki
•Da Xie Qian Bian
•Cun Zheng Yao Dao
•Da Xue Beng
•Xiao Xue Beng
•Bi-Swallows First Shape
•Bi-Swallows Second Shape
•Bi-Swallows Third Shape
•Bi-Swallows Fourth Shape
•Bi-Swallows Fifth Shape
•Da Ya Liang
•6-3 Point Joseki
•6-4 Point Joseki
•5-5 Point Joseki
100% Pure Software
Joseki will not do anything without your permission. It won’t automatically send files to iTunes, collecting your personal data or installing any bundled software.
Any suggestion will be appreciated, support email: [email protected]
Resolve a crash bug.
Most Helpful Reviews
The most interactive joseki collection I - As the title this is the most interactive joseki collection I've ever seen. UI is simple yet straight and intuitive, with rich knowledge about Go.
Garbage - It doesn't run in my MacBook Pro... waste of money. Also, there's no support whatsoever. This is a crime.
More Reviews for Current Version
Missing Joseki - Perhaps I don’t understand the app, but it appears that the author sets the first kakari move by white and won’t allow you to try others. That leaves off tons of other joseki variations. Also, the joseki exposition stops early. Most joseki dictionaries show more moves. This is quite inferior to joseki apps in IOS. It’s also inferior to Kogo's Joseki Dictionary, which is free. An app for OSX should be more powerful. **Update… I’m increasing my rating to 4 stars from 2 stars. There are some interesting variations presented that aren’t available elsewhere. I especially liked the ideas for followup to pincer plays and also the bi-swallows (double kakari). I wish there was more commentary, though. Also, I would like to be able to continue exploring a variation even though the “official” variation has reached its limit. This app won’t let you make a move not programmed in first..