Talk:Gu Li

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I'd like to expand this article further, because Gu is making history in professional Go terms. If anyone has any sources that could be used to help grow this article, please provide them. Thank you. Can 15:40, 31 May 2006 (UTC)

I have been recently studying Gu Li's games. What strikes me is his fresh approach to fuseki. In most of his games, he likes NOT to complete the standard joseki's. Lately i have started doing the same in my own games. I have a feeling my strength has increased at least a stone because of this. These "incomplete" joseki's most commonly result in an exciting fighting games. I feel as if it has reinvigourated my playing. Anybody has similar experience? I think that we will see many other professionals imitating Gu Li's unique style in the near future.