Three Crows

    Keywords: Culture & History, Go term, People

Chinese:
Japanese: 三羽烏 (sanba-garasu)
Korean:

Three Crows (三羽烏) can refer to a Japanese naming convention given to three prominent players of a generation and to a go position.

1) A recurring Japanese name for a group of three prominent, perhaps rival, players in a generation. Some examples of past Three Crows, in chronological order, are:


2) A corner enclosure created by 3-5, 4-4 and 5-3 stones. It is described in 2 of the 4-4, 3-5 enclosure and is considered safe, but slow. One black stone can be at a.

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Three Crows last edited by hnishy on November 2, 2022 - 23:13
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