Zuzka Sajvaldová

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Go equipment serves as a part of a philosophical construct, and is not merely a tool for playing a game.  Nothing is settled, all worldly things are transitory. All composite things are ephemeral. 诸行无常

Go equipment serves as a part of a philosophical construct, and is not merely a tool for playing a game. Nothing is settled, all worldly things are transitory. All composite things are ephemeral.

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Are you able to sacrifice stone?

@Regrann from @gookulu - ''Go'da kaybetmek yoktur.'' Japon Go Federasyonu'ndan alıntıladığımız bu deyiş bize Go'nun hayatımızı zenginleşiren bir deneyim olduğunu anlatıyor. Mağlubiyetlerimiz için hüzünlenmememizi zaferlerimiz konusunda mütevazı olmamızı ve hatalarımızdan öğrenmemizi öğütlüyor. İşin aslı bir oyunu kaybettiğimizde bile kazanan yine biz oluyoruz. repost from @strategyclub This is a proverb from the Nihon Ki-in. In essence the commentary communicates that go is an experience…

@Regrann from @gookulu - ''Go'da kaybetmek yoktur.'' Japon Go Federasyonu'ndan alıntıladığımız bu deyiş bize Go'nun hayatımızı zenginleşiren bir deneyim olduğunu anlatıyor. Mağlubiyetlerimiz için hüzünlenmememizi zaferlerimiz konusunda mütevazı olmamızı ve hatalarımızdan öğrenmemizi öğütlüyor. İşin aslı bir oyunu kaybettiğimizde bile kazanan yine biz oluyoruz. repost from @strategyclub This is a proverb from the Nihon Ki-in. In essence the commentary communicates that go is an experience…

It is a semi-fictional chronicle of the lengthy 1938 "retirement game" of Go by the respected master Honinbo Shūsai, against the up-and-coming player Minoru Kitani (although the latter's name is changed to Otaké in the book). It was the last game of the master Shūsai's career, a lengthy struggle which took almost six months to complete; he lost to his younger challenger, to die a little over a year thereafter.

It is a semi-fictional chronicle of the lengthy 1938 "retirement game" of Go by the respected master Honinbo Shūsai, against the up-and-coming player Minoru Kitani (although the latter's name is changed to Otaké in the book). It was the last game of the master Shūsai's career, a lengthy struggle which took almost six months to complete; he lost to his younger challenger, to die a little over a year thereafter.

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