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Go played on a 13x13 sized board.
What is a good opening for Go on a 13x13 board?
I have been playing a lot of Go recently at lunch but we are playing on a 13x13 board instead of a 19x19. I can't seem to ever win! I am beginning to think that my opening is leaving me in a bad ...
May 20 '11 at 1:19
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