This week I discovered Daily Pro Go (DPG), a Tumblr blog that posts professional baduk game records each day. The site is simple and easy to navigate. DPG maintains an archive of games they’ve published and their “about” page links to useful resources for studying professional games – including this essay, this video, and this article.
Amateurs (like me) will struggle to understand the reasoning behind professional moves, but replaying these games will help develop a feeling for good shape and the flow of the stones. With practice these master games should become more comprehensible. For this reason, I recommend following DPG on Twitter and delving into its archives.