“It’s supposed to be the most difficult board game ever conceived”
This line makes it sound like there’s a university somewhere where scholars keep creating new board games, in the hope of conceiving the most difficult board game, and the record so far is held by go.
This looks… unfortunate.
I’ll let y’all know if there are better depictions in the episodes.
Same series, this is a cool one in the titles:
Still no game during the series.
The first picture looks very anime-like, but the second picture looks a lot more realistic. What style of series is this?
EDIT: I googled “Yuntai Lingyuan” and apparently it’s a live-action series called “The Ingenious One”?
Yes, and it’s a good series so far.
Main case detective goes to meet his retired senior detective in a Baduk club. No better shots, unfortunately.
in the new One Piece Series on Netflix, Garp is playing GO on his ship
The Ingenious One.
(yes I fought to get that subtitle in the screenshot )
Nobody talking about the One Piece live action? Because we gotta talk about the One Piece live action.
EDIT: Oh you did mention it. My bad.
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The games are pretty good. They do look like real games that make sense.
The last move on the first picture cuts the two black stones, threatening a double atari. White claims the game which— although it goes against etiquette—is reasonable from a gameplay and plot perspective.
It’s nice to see they did put in the effort to make it believable and cool .
Hey there. I haven’t seen anyone mentioning The Wheel Of Time. We can see two scenes (Season 2 episode 6 and 7) where a game is looking very much like go.
What do you think of this one?
“There was a Crooked Man
Who had a Crooked Board
And played some Crooked Stones on it
T’was all he could afford…”
I was gonna do Amagi Brilliant Park~
Well I’ll be…
Shoulda known Dr. Sledge was a go player!
Esoterica is an amazing channel.
You could have known
Screenshot taken from the bio on his website
Thought I read that bio! I missed it.
Wonder if he plays on here?
Blue Eye Samurai on Netflix