Playing Go in Movies and TV-Shows (pictures)

Thanks, @ArsenLapin1!

I love how the subtitles just drop obvious and simple go advice
That makes me want to make a Go meme,
but gen z style!

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Jet Li


The movie

From 1:16;00 some go scenes.


Info about Jet Li



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Obsessive analysis of the very short baduk sequence in Knives Out.

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Code Geas.
Episode after ‚ÄúRefrain‚ÄĚ

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The Glory. And also the dream.

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OK, not a movie / TV show, and not anything to do with Go, but some interesting parallels:

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Dif you get a win?

I got a ko. Looks like a fly which can’t go away from a glue paper.

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If I understand the rules of the pong simulation correctly, there is no possible way that either side can ever change the entire board to one color - the smaller an area of color is, the more times per second the ball will bounce, etc

What confuses me is - how come black is always ahead in points?

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Maybe it plays first… what about komi? :smiley:

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Yeah, my first run ended in a loop where the two balls were vibrating madly back and forth against each other in paired confined spaces. But (re tonybe’s question) I’ve certainly seen the lead change sides several times.

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This is scary without context

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3

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