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What is the difference between thickness and heavy stones?
Thickness in Go describes a strong formation of stones. A heavy group is one that's over-concentrated. How do I know when my stones are thick, without going too far and becoming heavy? It seems ...
Apr 8 '11 at 16:23
Bill the Lizard
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