Just played a game of chess. Learned a lot from my opponent. The most critical point is that Go is a game about territory, not a game about life and death, and sometimes the gains and losses of local wars are not so big, and the relationship with chasing and fighting is not so big, and the essence of the so-called big picture view is to occupy more territory in the end.

In short, play chess with "eye" (territory).

This is originally the most basic principle of playing Go.

But, in reality, when something goes wrong, it is often the most lost Basic common sense, lost the unusual ordinary heart.