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Cuc69 commented on Tiny 2x2 Goban with Legs by crookedjustice
June 27, 2015
Tiny 2x2 Goban with Legs
Cuc69 I love the idea, but in order to make this model fully functional, it needs 4 stones of each color. In that way it can be used as an educational tool to show: a. play, b. capture, c. living groups, d. suicide, e. seki, f. superko rules, g. chinese vs. japanes rules, the longest possible game on a 2x2 board (58 moves so far, see http://senseis.xmp.net/?LongestPossibleGame#toc7). I'd like a 9x9 goban, could you design and/or print that too? I haven't found any other sources for a "traditional" design 9x9 board . . .


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