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While rules in the narrow sense describe how the game itself should be played and the result determined, regulations describing the organisation of the environment of the games, how to proceed after mistakes and how to resolve conflicts (e.g. by a referee or in an encore or hypothetical play) are important for tournaments and similar events and are generally formulated and administered by Go organisations and/or tournament directors.

In practice some rule sets, such as Tromp-Taylor rules restrict themselves entirely to the game itself, which others, such as the Japanese rules specify some regulations as well.

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Regulations last edited by PJTraill on February 18, 2022 - 00:43
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