It looks rather similar to an outline of North Carolina.
Yeah, probably picked the wrong size of stones.
This would’ve been my guess, but you beat me to it
After layering them on top of each other, I’m pretty sure it is an outline of North Carolina:
Cool trick, sadly not applicable for island nations.
I have no idea what’s going on in that other thread , but our map is like this
I know there are much worse cases than this on the map, where every separate goban part would be a ponnuki, at most :-P.
(maybe not island nation, anyway if the term is wrong that’s what I meant )
I would “like” your post if I could, but it seems like I ran out of daily “likes” due to the publication of the detective go kibitz thread
Feel free to substitute with your own preferred ranks/rank ranges!
Can you make a go board out of this?
No, I posted it as an example that wouldn’t work.
Isn’t it 5.5?
My point earlier was that less experienced players playing as black will not be able to fully capitalize on the first-play advantage like a very experienced player can. Should two 20kyus use the same komi as two 3-dans? Is the purpose of komi to “level the playing field” for theoretical perfect play, or “level the playing field” for real-world play?
This point has been discussed extensively in one of the threads about komi. Koba (IIRC) and I have both talked about it