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Sunday, July 24, 2005

The Korea Times baduk lesson

The Korea Times is running an English language series of basic go lessons.

"In China, baduk is called 'weiqi,' which literally means the game of surrounding: to surround territory, and to surround the opponent's stones to capture them. To surround and capture your opponent's stones is a good way to gain territory, but it is just the means to an end. The ultimate object of baduk is to gain more territory through surrounding."

1 comment:

hanayeol said...

Hi, invite you baduk blog

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