# Go Zendo

Great! Just don’t learn too much from that code, it’s not very good

In the meantime, anyone else is also welcome to submit a rule idea to me if they would like my help implementing it. Of course several of the participants in this thread wouldn’t really need my help ^^

You don’t want to waste time lol.

I am very good with scratch.

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Like I had written and posted the message, but then I saw that you had edited the original message I was responding to, so I edited mine to add a response… anyways it’s messy, let’s just forget about it

So it is simatrical?

How about another game?
I tried really hard to make this one simple, but I guess we’ll see.

For this game we are using a 7x7 board. I’d prefer if koans are created through this version of the koan tool, just to make marking red/green less tedious.

## Red Koans

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Do you want to give some properties for free (rotational symmetry etc), or let us work it all out ourselves?

In any case, I’ll start with this one:

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We do have rotational symmetry, but for now I can’t really think of any other freebies to give. I’m happy to respond to direct questions and guesses though.

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Guess: no white stones are directly adjacent to any black stones

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Here’s a counterexample:

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Rule guess: Every chain has an even number of liberties.

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Counter examples:

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As usual I’m interested in the color of the empty board:

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Empty board is red.

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Rule guess: There are at least two black chains, and every white chain has exactly 6 liberties.

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Counter attack:

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I’d like to try this Koan, which is a small variation from a revealed Koan:

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I’ll continue modyfing the same board:

I’ll also ask about these two, modifying one of our few green boards:

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