Go videos

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All saw this one right

And in Japanese for language adepts

And the next part of his Nihon Kiin lectures

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Here’s what I found about shaping slate stones:

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Redmond showing 9x9 board to beginners

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Have we posted this? A bit too shiny I think, but still I want one.

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I wonder what happened to that nice board…

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“How do you repair a Go board?”

-Spill some blood on it and see what happens.

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Shapes for total beginners

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short meme video

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I made my own finishing wax for go equipment, along with a 90-minute How-To. It will be alongside other Unboxing and How-To videos om the BadukClub youtube channel.

How-to Make Paste Wax (Linseed Oil, Beeswax, Turpentine) - Making-of MonkeyWax @ Store.Baduk.Club

You can listen to my dulcet tones as I put you to sleep with go equipment Care Instructions, and/or subscribe for more How-To’s, Unboxings, etc.

The finished products are available at Store.Baduk.Club

The stuff you can find linked on the us go website

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Wait wut at 2:06

Edit: “suicide of a single stone is not allowed”. :face_with_raised_eyebrow:

Also wut in the counting “if you can fill in all of your remaining stones”. Am I missing something?

Ah, that Ing thingie.

There are several variations of the Ing’s Bowl measuring devices. This is the latest portable version players can still buy (very limited though). It’s a bowl and the measuring device combined, and have to buy the stones as a set since their sizes need to match the measuring slots.

There are tables combined with measuring devices as well


Pulling out and close the rotated drawers and automatically raise and lower the measuring tray, it would slide stones into the measuring slots.

Cheaper versions of the Ing’s tables, with manual measuring devices


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Are Ing rules still used somewhere? In Taiwan? Or in some tournaments?

Yes, and it’s still one of the largest international tournaments.

And used in one of the woman’s league and title tournament in Taiwan

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The unique Ing’s overtime rules cost Ichiriki two games…

And Michael Redmond made a live commentary for the second game, if players want to hear English commentaries.

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