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Japanese: , sieve, person who can drink copiously without getting drunk.

Rakshasa: During a game against a japanese player, he made a joke about making a zaru play. I assume this means a move that has obvious holes/defects. Is this a term that is commonly used for bad plays?

Bob Myers: AFAIK, it means crude. You can also say zarugo to refer to an overall crude, amateurish style of play--but in a kind of friendly way.

See Zaru Go.

zaru last edited by TheBigH on February 2, 2016 - 18:09
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