Images of newer times


#162

#163

I don’t know where to post this.

Billy Bat by Naoki Urasawa


#164

Here: Playing Go in Books


#165

At first I tought so, but in this thread there are few comics while in the other one there aren’t: just books.
Maybe we could change the thread title (we have the powah!) and repost there.
Or maybe create a new one…


#166

“Playing Go in print media”.


#167

I’ve changed the title of that other thread … OK this way?


#168

That said, I got my copy of Saturn Run. I hope it’s good @trohde . ;D


#169

Let us know how you like it, pls :slight_smile:


#170

I just saw that I can get it from my library. So it’s now high on my to read list.


#171

Back on topic:

AlphaGo Zero learning process for the first 72 hours:


#172

I got excited when I saw this in a Mathologer video… sadly just a coincidental goban lookalike it seems :frowning:
https://imgur.com/3TGvcTz


#173

Cool! What’s the source of that?


#174

The most original of sources, of course


#175

UnderwaterGo:

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#176

Even the pool base is a grid


#177

Who needs a board?
They could play with giant stones!
19x19.


#178

My idea of a vacation :smiley:

Don’t obsess about the actual board position too much - they were beginners :slight_smile: - it was unpredictable at times, but beautiful nontheless.


#179

@Misjamig that poor board though :frowning:


#180

It looks like they have to hold the board for it to not float to the surface… It even wants to escape :stuck_out_tongue:

Underwater chess is a thing though, without the diving gear, where your time limit is however long you can stay underwater.

Perhaps underwater go can make the breathing technique thread relevant!


#181

could do the same with 9x9 blitz go lol but you’d want a non-wood board