Moku

  Difficulty: Introductory   Keywords: Go term

Chinese: 目 (mu4)
Japanese: 目 (moku)
Korean: -

目 (moku), a Japanese go term, means point of territory, as in "Black wins by one point" (黒の一目勝ちです。)

It also refers to a handicap stone. For example, Nanmoku? can mean How many stones handicap?. Also, seimoku refers to a 9 stone handicap.

It is also used in compounds for certain points on the board, such as komoku, takamoku, and mokuhazushi.


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Moku last edited by Unkx80 on January 24, 2010 - 20:44
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