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now that I have a go board, I need someone to play with

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playing with PR is not an option :p
12th Jan 2007, 16:38   | tags:,

Euphro says:

Musa looks quite interested though :D

12th Jan 2007, 16:44

PR says:

nice present for your birthday, I think.. which was.. yeasterday, I suppose.. )))

12th Jan 2007, 16:47

PR says:

but the birthday has passed.. NO MORE PRESENTS! this is the life's option! )))

12th Jan 2007, 16:48

bfish says:

intrested - yes, but she's a poor player.

PR, a nice present indeed, a highlight of my day

12th Jan 2007, 16:55

OJ says:

I've never seen this game before. Perhaps if you use prawns for one of the colours Musa will take an interest.

She's a beauty by the way.

12th Jan 2007, 17:39

Sprocket says:

look at that paw - oh, that's just the laugh I needed this afternoon :-)

12th Jan 2007, 17:48

MaggieD says:

I like Musa's studied indifference in the top shot, then her/his killer move in the second ...... Musa would make an excellent poker player .....

12th Jan 2007, 17:56

Tori says:

Love that second shot. :)

12th Jan 2007, 18:23

hildegard says:

Musa's keen to try - start her with a quarter of the board & see how she does...

12th Jan 2007, 23:05

factotum says:

I know someone who plays a lot of Go online, my son Alex. You can contact him by e-mail
He'd be delighted to play with you. Really. Then Hammett, his dog, can play Musa.

12th Jan 2007, 23:45

hildegard says:

Good point Factotum - not seen the Noir
Pup lately, glad to hear he plays Go...

13th Jan 2007, 01:22

bfish says:

factotum, thank you, but Alex is 17 levels ahead of me. playing with him would be like me running against Asafa Powell.

13th Jan 2007, 05:54

norm says:

I'd give you a game bfish.

Myself, Tullis and Martwine play one another on the Dragon Go Server, which is nice and easy, and turn-based so you don't have to be online at the same time.

maybe see you there :)

13th Jan 2007, 18:11

bfish says:

ok. sent you an invitation. well, i think i did. the interface is quite confusing

13th Jan 2007, 20:05

factotum says:

but Alex is often looking for people to play with and enjoys giving "teaching" games, if that's the correct terminology...

13th Jan 2007, 20:39

JokerXL says:

What a fab-cat!
Like the one off that James Bond movie, which one was it? with Donald Pleasence as the baddie?

14th Jan 2007, 05:47

JokerXL says:

Never mind, found it myself; Ernst Stavro Blofeld

14th Jan 2007, 12:32

hildegard says:

Always liked to imagine that Henry Blofeld has a large white cat on his lap as he does cricket commentary...

14th Jan 2007, 13:04

JokerXL says:

"Ah, welcome Mr.Botham, you seriously believed you could infiltrate the Oval without activating the innings-detector? Well Mrs.Jarvis, from Lutterworth, has sent us this Dundee cake! That will put a stop to your plan to halt my world cricket-commentary domination!"

(sorry Bfish, if you've no idea what's going on here it's totally understandable)

14th Jan 2007, 17:49

bfish says:

that's true. I don't have a clue.

factotum, you are definitely underestimating your son's go skills. I can't believe a college professor would enjoy teaching math to elementary school kids.

14th Jan 2007, 18:57

hildegard says:

Joker, you made me make snorty pig noises, I was laughing so much!

Sorry, Bfish, cricket is a very, very strange world where people like me don't care at all about the sport, but care desperately about cricket radio shows & whether or not the commentators have cake.
The English are odd.

16th Jan 2007, 14:04

Dhamaka says:

I know everyone has said it, but that last photo is the best

btw, I think Hildegard is right and I'm English too

16th Jan 2007, 19:46