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Ancient Chinese Chess

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Playing Weiqi at the Water Pavilion  Fu Baoshi (傅抱石, 1904-1965)    Hanging scroll, ink and color on Korean paper, 127.3 x 75.6 cm, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Playing Weiqi at the Water Pavilion Fu Baoshi (傅抱石, 1904-1965) Hanging scroll, ink and color on Korean paper, 127.3 x 75.6 cm, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Picture of Weiqi game

Picture of Weiqi game

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Kitagawa Utamaro Title:Five Beauties Playing Go (from right): Tachibanaya Otatsu, Naniwaya Okita, Tomimoto Toyohina, Takashima Ohisa, Hiranoyo Oseyo (final work) Date:1793-94

Kitagawa Utamaro Title:Five Beauties Playing Go (from right): Tachibanaya Otatsu, Naniwaya Okita, Tomimoto Toyohina, Takashima Ohisa, Hiranoyo Oseyo (final work) Date:1793-94

the Buddhists consider GO the only way to break through the 27 veils of ignorance

the Buddhists consider GO the only way to break through the 27 veils of ignorance

Five Kansei Beauties at a Game of Go

Five Kansei Beauties at a Game of Go

http://www.fabelnundanderes.at/images/Chinesische%20Hofbeamte%20beim%20Go-Spiel.jpg

http://www.fabelnundanderes.at/images/Chinesische%20Hofbeamte%20beim%20Go-Spiel.jpg

I've read that the guy about to be brained wasn't the opponent, he was a bystander who offered suggestions. #justifiable Actually, it's called "Sato Tadanobu with a Goban", and the wikis say he's a samurai using a goban to defend himself when his enemies attacked. But I like the bystander offering suggestion story better.

I've read that the guy about to be brained wasn't the opponent, he was a bystander who offered suggestions. #justifiable Actually, it's called "Sato Tadanobu with a Goban", and the wikis say he's a samurai using a goban to defend himself when his enemies attacked. But I like the bystander offering suggestion story better.