OK then. So, last night user @mkei and I sat from around 18:00 pm until around 01:30 am and played two three-hour games.
This is the first, Black to play:
Can you say which colour won the game?
I also tried to convert a photo to an SGF using Baduk Cap on iPad 2, but the SGF seems to be faulty, I’ll have to check that out.
A look to the right side of the board:
And across the table to the shelf, here is only a part of my Go library …
… which, since I am
the local Go club
also is the Go Club Library, therefore there are a few duplicates. For example, all the fine books by Robert Jasiek
are missing here because I’m currently reading in them, so they are in the, uhm, bathroom. (You wanted
to know, didn’t you?)
Another perspective, looking westward:
Though we played with S&S stones (which BTW I love more with every game) we didn’t use this Katsura goban of about 40–45 years because currently I don’t have appropriate sitting options here, plus the floor is quite cold:
This is me, albeit quite small to save me from too much embarrassment and you from the shock of a grin with many missing teeth:
And, finally, our second game (and I don’t remember whose turn it was here, but quite possibly also Black’s):
Again, can you say which colour won the game?
I hope I will, in the future, play other friendly GS players here, too In case you come to the Lüneburg Heath in Northern Germany, contact me, I might be able — and willing — to put you up for a few days.