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Another remarkable point is the result. White won by 1 1/2 points. But realize that this means Black won on the board by four points before komi

Yeah, it looks like I misremembered.

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Nice fork! I’m always so happy to see someone find my code useful!

By the way, I think I noticed a bug. Using the mark tool on empty space seems to cause the app to hang in an endless loop.

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good catch! I’m not a front end programmer usually so a simple code base with no dependencies or frameworks is :heart_eyes:

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Today Shin Jinseo showed us, the number of groups have nothing on him

Shin Jinseo (Black) vs Li Weiqing (White)

6 black groups vs just 2(or 3) white groups.

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What’s the result? I am impressed by the size of some of these groups

:grin:

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Did you try to have even more? Seems there is still some wasted stones/space. (30+19=49)

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No, but feel free to have a go at more.

I get 7 on a 9x9.
Give me the idea to propose it as exercise for full beginners to practice what is two eyes and connection/cut between the groups.

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Maximum number of groups

Board Number of groups
9x9 10
13x13 15
19x19 31

For solutions see other posts in this thread.

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Maybe one could squeeze in more with seki :slight_smile:

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Hehe next exercice for beginners in view, to practice seki. Surely you get more groups if a group is a alived connected chain of stones. If’s like two groups for the prize of one, although a seki takes a bit more place to work.
So here on 9x9

That’s 10 groups.

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31 groups can live without seki on 19x19.

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132 groups, for a given definition of the term, can live in seki on 19x19.

https://senseis.xmp.net/?MaximumNumberOfLiveGroups

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Still 13x13, @Atorrante ?

Quite a nice design both (3 more groups with 49 stones to use only…, and the way to make Sekis with as less stones as possible)

No thanks, I pass.

Perfect for wallpaper for …

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Why black has a group with 2 eyes and white doesn’t?

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Why not?

Ah, perhaps I should have said using seki, if the living group is also being counted.

Linguistic point.