A Gnome's Ponderings

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A five-year-old’s experiences with Go

Lowell Kempf
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I recently took a crack at introducing our five-year to the basics of Go.

And while I have heard Go described as having five rules with one of those rules being that you play it on a board, quite a bit of it didn’t sink in. Go is theoretically simple in theory but it is ridiculously complex to understand in practice.

But it was his idea so I ran with it.

The one thing that he really clicked on was the concept of eyes and that having two eyes makes a group of stones safe. Which, to be fair, is a very important idea.

I wonder if he will ask for Go again and what he will learn if he does.

Originally posted at www.gnomepondering.com
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