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Do you play Go?

Do you play Go? Or maybe you know it as Baduk or Wei Chi? This is an exciting time in the Go world. The Samsung Cup recently took place and now the LG Cup is in progress. If you’d like to see an exciting, high-level… Read More

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Weekly Go

Vox and I played 9 games of Go last evening. Some were very close, tight battles. Some others were much more one-sided. I played black and tried various openings, including san-ren-sai (3 star-point) fuseki and Chinese fuseki, as well as beginning with 3-4 points. Here’s… Read More

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Weekly Go

I played 9 games of Go last night with Vox. He had an edge overall, winning 5 to my 4. I’m sure he was happy with that result after last week losing 6 of 9. I’m going to try to remember to photograph at least… Read More

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Go – baduk – wei chi

I’ve read that Go, called baduk in Korea and wei chi in China, is the world’s oldest board-game. Although I’ve been playing for many years, it only gets increasingly¬† interesting along the way. At home I have a go table complete with stools created for… Read More

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