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on 17 January, 2013

The pieces on a "go" chess board are called "stones". Each stone links with every other stone of the same colour. As the stones connect, so does the extent of the territory covered and captured by the player. The ability of the player to see the many linkages well ahead of the game is the difference between winning and losing territory. The stones must be placed in a collective and "collaborative" manner in order to build territory.

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