The official document for the Clossi approach to selecting a move should not go away. And Clossius (Shawn Ray) is still actively teaching both on YouTube and Twitch. But I wanted to preserve it just it case it disappeared. So here it is:

In practice, you often combine the steps

For instance, if I have a weakness but can attack his weakness while fixing mine, that is far better than a passive move to just fix my weakness. But sometimes you need to make a small passive move and get it over with instead of having a weakness plague you for the entire game.

What is weakness?

  1. Do I have a base?
  2. Do I have 3 or more ways out?
  3. Can my opponent gain a lot from attacking/surrounding?

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