Hello from Australia
I am an Australian who is just starting to learn shogi. I have previously played chess but at a very basic level.
I have downloaded an app to practice tsumeshogi called tsume para, which I am enjoying, and I am watching Hidetchi's videos. I am looking forward to playing some games on 81dojo once I have learned some more about strategy. What is a good time control for a beginner to start on?
Thanks for your reply!
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Hi SydneyShuma, I live in Hobart but if I am ever in Sydney on a weekend I will be sure to visit.
ramalam, sorry to have missed your message. I haven't been playing much recently, but it would be great to play another Aussie on 81dojo, I'll keep an eye out for you when I'm logged in.
I am Japanese who is managing Sydney Shogi Club in Sydney base. If you are in Sydney, would you like to come and play with us?? :)
We play every Saturday at Townhall.
Please let me know.
G'day southernshogi , nice to see another aussie here.
I think 15 minutes is the best time control .
Hopefully we can have a game sometime.
All the best with your shogi!
Thank you, Oekaki-san. I will try some 15-60 games soon when I have learned some more about shogi.
I think that good time control is "15-60".
The beginner should think at long time.
Possibly it may be short in that time.
In that case, I recommend "30-60", but there are very few people playing a game in long time.
You are necessary for the friend playing together in that time.
So I recommend "15-60".