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Go Equipment

Alphascript Publishing (21.01.2011 )

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Go equipment refers to the objects which are necessary in order to play the game of Go. Although the equipment is simple, there is a varying degree of quality and material used in making the equipment, from the economical to the extremely valuable. The oldest known surviving Go equipment is a board carved from rock that dates from the Han Dynasty in China. Other examples of ancient equipment can be found in museums in Japan and Korea. The Go board, called the goban in Japanese, is the playing surface on which to place the stones. The standard board is marked with a 19x19 lined grid. Other smaller boards include a 13x13 grid and a 9x9 grid used for shorter games often used to teach beginners. Some 19x19 boards have a 13x13 grid on the reverse side. 17x17 was used in historical times. Chinese boards are generally square; Japanese and Korean boards are slightly longer than wide, so that they appear square when viewed from a normal playing position. In Asian go parlors, the tables are slightly lower than the typical game table so that the players can see the position more clearly.
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Alphascript Publishing
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A cura di:
Frederic P. Miller, Agnes F. Vandome, John McBrewster
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39,00 €
Parole chiave:
Go, game, Korea, Cercidiphyllum, Bamboo, Wood, Veneer, Torreya, Nucifera

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