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07-13-2009, 10:53 AM

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If you mean the first part of the movie, it's actually Xiangqi.

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It's a cousin of western chess. (originated in ancient India)
Looks similiar as shougi..
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07-13-2009, 10:57 AM

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Looks similiar as shougi..
Because the Japanese shougi is originated from the Chinese xiangqi.


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Because the Japanese shougi is originated from the Chinese xiangqi.
I see.. Well I think I should check Mulan anyway ^.^ asian games rulez.
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07-15-2009, 07:49 PM

Go has a different dimension of building a strategy and its miniscular tactics. This is very different from chess.


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Go has a different dimension of building a strategy and its miniscular tactics. This is very different from chess.
I think I know very well
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07-16-2009, 08:37 AM

I've played it and really enjoy it, but I am not very good at all. I think it would be great if I could find someone to play with and teach me how to get better when I'm in Japan.
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I've played it and really enjoy it, but I am not very good at all. I think it would be great if I could find someone to play with and teach me how to get better when I'm in Japan.
Wow, you´re going to japan? I think it wouldn´t be problem to find a teacher in japan. Must be amazing.
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07-16-2009, 07:06 PM

Ive always wanted to learn how to play go! It looks like so much fun XD



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Ive always wanted to learn how to play go! It looks like so much fun XD
KGS Go Server or look for go club in your town.
On KGS you´ll surely find someone who will be able to teach you, there are nice poeple from all world. I´d teach you basic things (I´m not too strong but I guess I can teach the most important things for begin) but you wouldn´t understand, I´m not able to make clear these things in english
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I gave up because I was not able to play an entire game without losing badly.
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