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Honinbo Shusaku is probably the most famous go player of all time. He was incredibly strong at an early age, becoming a pro at 11 years old. He's also famous for making one of the best moves of all time, the "ear reddening move", when he was a 4 dan professional at the age of 17. After his 8 dan opponent and head of the Inoue house, Inoue Genan Inseki saw this amazing move, his ears turned red, and the 8 dan ended up loosing the game by 2 points. Unfortunately, Shusaku died at the age of 33…

Honinbo Shusaku is probably the most famous go player of all time. He was incredibly strong at an early age, becoming a pro at 11 years old. He's also famous for making one of the best moves of all time, the "ear reddening move", when he was a 4 dan professional at the age of 17. After his 8 dan opponent and head of the Inoue house, Inoue Genan Inseki saw this amazing move, his ears turned red, and the 8 dan ended up loosing the game by 2 points. Unfortunately, Shusaku died at the age of 33…

Go Seigen Wu Qingyuan 吳清源, Pinyin: Wú Qīngyuán, born June 12, 1914, generally known in the West by his Japanese name Go Seigen, is considered by many players to be the greatest player of the game of Go in the 20th century.

Go Seigen Wu Qingyuan 吳清源, Pinyin: Wú Qīngyuán, born June 12, 1914, generally known in the West by his Japanese name Go Seigen, is considered by many players to be the greatest player of the game of Go in the 20th century.

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List of famous go games - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

List of famous go games - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Takagawa Kaku

Takagawa Kaku

Honinbo Sansa (本因坊算) 1559–1623 Meijin, 9 dan Founder and first head of the house Honinbo.

Honinbo Sansa (本因坊算) 1559–1623 Meijin, 9 dan Founder and first head of the house Honinbo.

Go seigen

Go seigen

Go Seigen, 99

Go Seigen, 99

Kisei title 2009, game 5

Kisei title 2009, game 5

Honinbo Shusai

Honinbo Shusai

Go Seigen

Go Seigen

...Playing to...Win? - Go Game

...Playing to...Win? - Go Game

General Kuan Yu having surgery on his arm, which was injured during a battle and became infected. Kuan Yu is one of the heroes in the Chinese literary work known as The Romance of the Three Kingdoms.  Here, General Kuan Yu is having an infected wound treated by Hua T'o, a physician famous for his knowledge of medicinal herbs and surgery. Hua has made an incision and is shaving away the infected bone. Throughout the surgery Kuan Yu jokes, eats, drinks, and plays Go.

General Kuan Yu having surgery on his arm, which was injured during a battle and became infected. Kuan Yu is one of the heroes in the Chinese literary work known as The Romance of the Three Kingdoms. Here, General Kuan Yu is having an infected wound treated by Hua T'o, a physician famous for his knowledge of medicinal herbs and surgery. Hua has made an incision and is shaving away the infected bone. Throughout the surgery Kuan Yu jokes, eats, drinks, and plays Go.

Go: A strategic board game involving tactics, observation and cunning. Originating in China and having been played for at least the past 2000 years, it’s famous for providing an ample strategic challenge despite having relatively simple rules. A 2-player game, it’s played on a 19×19 grid and uses black and white stones with which a player must attempt to control a larger part of the board by taking it in turns to place a stone in a vacant grid space.

Go: A strategic board game involving tactics, observation and cunning. Originating in China and having been played for at least the past 2000 years, it’s famous for providing an ample strategic challenge despite having relatively simple rules. A 2-player game, it’s played on a 19×19 grid and uses black and white stones with which a player must attempt to control a larger part of the board by taking it in turns to place a stone in a vacant grid space.

Kang Seung-heui playing weiqi.

Kang Seung-heui playing weiqi.