Go Jokes


#22

How is Go related to Trump? They both have a Comey.


#23

What do male cats and Go players have in common?

Take away their stones and they can no longer mark their territory.


#24

Q: Why did the cyclops die?


#25

So… yeah. I think that’s it :smiley:


#26

What is Elvis Presley’s Go rank?

Ten kyu. Ten kyu very much.


#27

I recently saw a go-player frantically following a man with a dog, constantly muttering to himself:

“How is he not dead?!?”


With each passing day, the posts in this forum get a higher rank.


What do you do when you’ve finished a game? You Go away!


#28

What is a rollin’ stone with aji?
A rolling stone.


#29

Why did the Go stone go to the gym?

To get in good shape and see how thick, solid, and strong it could get.


#30

How did the culinary student win her most recent game of go?

With an excellent reduction.


#31

What can a non-vanishing continuous tangent vector field on a go stone tell you about itself?

Hint 1: Examples of a [non-zero tangent vector]
(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tangent_space#/media/File:Tangentialvektor.svg) (arrow) and a continuous vector field (arrows at points on curves covering the stone that point in the direction of their curve and change lengths and directions smoothly).

Hint 2: An interactive demo (tap to reset) that shows the technical answer.

Solution: ⅄on ɔɐu,ʇ ʞoɯᴉ˙

The real joke is that I spent time making this. (Bet someone will like that one!)


#32

I knew an argumentative go player called Ted O’Murray, who always had to have the last word.


#33

I don’t get it.


#34

What do you call La Brea Woman?
Atari.


#35

What is another term for IED?
A nakade.


#36

What Go tactic usually fails at happy hour?
A kakari.


#37

What Go tactic do twin sisters use to make a connection?
The yougakari.


#38

How is the role of Othello traditionally cast?
By nigiri.


#39

If there is death in the hane why do bees risk eating it?


#40

What power-up does Mario use when he wants to be elsewhere.
The tenuki suit.


#41

How would you describe a newborn child?
It’s iki.