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Go is a strategic East Asian board game for two players. It is known as Weiqi in Chinese, Igo or Go in Japanese, and Baduk in Korean. Go originated in ancient China, centuries before it was first mentioned in writing c. 548 BC. It is now popular throughout the world, especially in East Asia, and noted for its cultural beauty as well as its complexity. The standard Go game is played by two players alternately placing black and white stones on the vacant intersections of a 19?19 line grid. A stone or a group of stones is captured and removed if it is tightly surrounded by stones of the opposing colour. The objective is to control a larger territory than the opponent's by placing one's stones tactically, so as few stones as possible could be captured by one's opponent. The game ends and the score is counted when both players consecutively pass on a turn, indicating that neither side can increase their territory or reduce their opponent's territory.  

 
 
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