Everyone wants to improve at Go. Here are three tips/advice that can definitely help you improve:
1. Play, Play, PlayTo improve, first you must play more games. You need to get your hands dirty and gain as much playing experience as possible. There is a saying that as a beginner, one must quickly lose their first 100 games. Experiment and apply new ideas learned when you play, but play seriously and think about each move before you play them.
2. Do Life and Death ProblemsDo simple life and death problems helps a lot in training your “reading”, i.e. how you read out sequences. Being able to read out sequences is important in Go as it is the basis of your play. Imagine if you read the sequences wrongly, then you may not be able to execute your strategy, and in worse cases, leading to the capture of your groups!
3. Review Your GamesAfter playing, it is always good to review your game with your opponent and have someone stronger to review the game for you. This way, you can discover what went wrong and how you can play better next time. Also, stronger players can point out your weakness that may be a blind spot to you.