Making Your Own Equipment

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One of the beauties about Go is its simplicity. The rules and the material needed are simple.

It doesn't come as a surprise that many Go players have therefore made their own Goban (board), stones and bowls.

Several discussions have been had on and in various woodworking newsgroups about the subject, and it is easy to get lost in all the details.

The aim of this path is to give an overview of the most important points.

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Note: This is just a repost of my topic to a better spot Goban making ala CountDooku (18K KGS)

Due to the length of this topic, I've made a dedicated web page of it on [ext] archive of CountDooku's Geocities page

Any comments are gladly welcomed

With regards, CountDooku

sduff: I've just found [ext] this site (dead link) related to making your own goban, but alas, is in a language foreign to me. It has a few pictures of the pyramid beneath the goban, and may discuss this.

PatG: go [ext] here (dead link) for the Google translation.

Jerome : I'm the author of this [ext] page. You can use everything in this page (texts and pictures) as you want (they're beer-licensed as everything should be ;).

Making Your Own Equipment last edited by on April 11, 2014 - 09:55
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