“I think I left the iron on!”
So, I only posted the image, which I admit does invite captioning, because it’s the image thread.
However, I think some context is deserved, for out of fairness to all three people involved.
The game is over already…
The most dead your stones can ever be
A little Very scary , but speaks volumes about the confidence players of that calibre have!
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Did you know that Ke Jie’s birthday is August 2nd?
Man, Tal was awesome…
More than a bit pretencious if you ask me ^^. Also saw no link to any shop, so I assume it’s just some pretty conceptual art.
pretty neat, but i probably wouldnt prefer it over a conventional board.
the page didnt provide any information on how the thing actually works, so im not quite sure how it handles counting and prisoners for example (though i assume itll do the work for you?). also… price upon request?
Because the world needs more electronic devices.
Im assuming if the picture above was ever something played in ancient times, a king on a balcony faced his mentor tower, ass-u-meing that, if I’m the captured stone a spring round house or axe kick is otw.
Here’s a gallery of photos between an international pair go match of the “dream team” composed of Nakamura Sumire (10yo) & Fukuoka Koutarou (13yo) representing Japan versus Wu Yiming (呉依銘, 12yo) & Huzhi Hao (胡子豪, 12yo) representing China.
The final board, China (white) won:
Is that cube with shiny green light the timer? Or what?
It’s pair go, so it probably indicates whose turn out of the two players it is. Judging by the cords, there is another one on the boys’ side. The timer is also on the boys’ side.
Of course! Right, nice!