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Go

Wednesday, June 22, 2005



A board game invented by the Chinese 4 centuries ago and studied by Japanese Samurai from 700 A.D. onward. Go is simple but it's hard to master and no two games ever turn out the same. It's more fun than solitaire for killing time and I feel smarter whenever I'm playing well (not often). Check it, and click the pic for how to play:

Go for OS X
Go for Windows
posted by Dan, 6:58 PM

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