This was one of the most exciting and complicated games so far in the 3rd BC Card Cup. The game was played between Kim Jiseok (8p) of Korea and Gu Li (9p) of China. Both players are well known as infighters, and it shows in this game. Gu Li's career so far is far better than Kim Jiseok's, but Kim is far younger and is a rising star in Korea. Enjoy the game! Commented game records, Featured.
Wei Qi (China), Baduk (Korea) or Go, as it is known in Japan and generally in the West, is considered by most Oriental game experts to be the worlds greatest strategic skill game, far surpassing Chess in it's complexity and scope. Most people who have played it would agree with this conclusion and, unlike chess, no computer program has yet been able to compete with the best Go players.
Eunbyul 2010 is a "Go" game, or commonly known as baduk in Korean; a software program developed by North Korea and played in North and South Korea. Winner of the third Computer Go Competition UED Cup in 2009, defeating so many outstanding programs from all over the world, Eunbyul 2010 is maintaining 3-dan at cyberoro.com and also ranks number one in sales in Japanese computer Go program market.
Film chinois de Tian Zhuangzhuang, 2006, pas encore sorti en France. Le jeune prodige Wu quitte sa Chine natale pour le Japon afin de devenir le meilleur joueur de Go au monde. Il va bouleverser les traditions et les stratégies de ce jeu ancestral, suscitant l'admiration de ses nombreux fans et la haine de ses ennemis.
GoGrinder has just been released for Android, reports Tim Kington. “Practicing your reading is one of the best ways to get stronger,” Kington says, “Now you can have thousands of go problems in your pocket and fit a little practice in whenever you have a few minutes to kill.”
This new film about the life of Yasui Santetsu is set in early Edo period, Japan. Okada Junichi will play Yasui Santetsu and Yokoyama Yu will play Santetsu's rival, Honinbo Dosaku. The scheduled release date is late 2012.
A la fin des années 1960, alors que le Go est quasiment inconnu en France, un petit groupe de curieux s'initie au jeu dans une librairie de la rive gauche parisienne. Parmi eux se trouvent Pierre Lusson, Jacques Roubaud et Georges Perec. Les deux premiers sont mathématiciens et poètes, le troisième est écrivain, déjà connu pour son roman Les Choses, et en cours d'écriture de La Disparition. Perec et Roubaud sont également membres de l'atelier littéraire OULIPO, un des grands courants la littérature contemporaine. Fascinés par le jeu et sa dimension complexe, ils l'intègrent à leurs travaux littéraires.