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       uligo - tsumego (go problems) practice tool




       To  get  stronger  at  go,  it  is  essential  to develop one’s reading
       ability. That is why professionals recommend to study life and death or
       tesuji  problems.   uliGo  is  a  program  that  allows you to do that:
       basically, the computer displays a problem, and asks  for  the  answer.
       You  enter  the  first move, the computer responds, and so on until you
       reach the final solution or enter a wrong move.


       The basic operation of uliGo is simple. Click the right arrow to view a
       problem,  and  then  click  where  you  think the right answer is.  The
       Documentation item in the Help menu contains the full documentation for
       uliGo,  such  as  configuring  the  timer  or the order the tsumego are
       displayed in.

       By default, problems are presented in random order, with the colors and
       orientation of the problem randomly chosen.


              This directory stores information about how many problems you’ve
              solved, and SGF files you’ve downloaded yourself.


       Ulrich Goertz <> is the author of uliGo.  Joe  Wreschnig
       <>  wrote  this  manual  page  for the Debian operating
       system, but it may be used by others.


       The  uliGo  website   at   contains   more
       (unclearly  licensed)  problems  sets  that cannot be included with the
       Debian package.

                               April 25th, 2003                       uligo(6)