Go/Lesson 3: Fuseki

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Fuseki is a standard way to play the opening (the first few moves in a game of Go).

An example is the Shusaku Fuseki, a famous fuseki used by the player Honinbo Shusaku.

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Common Fuseki patterns[edit | edit source]

San-san[edit | edit source]


Full board Fusekis[edit | edit source]

Parallel Stars[edit | edit source]

Sanrensei[edit | edit source]

Chinese[edit | edit source]

Shusaku[edit | edit source]

Note: While these openings are still being reccommended and used by amateurs and hobby players, these openings are no longer effective due to the advent of Ai

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