Igo is a board game invented in China 4K years ago, but became more popular in Japan afterwards. Many history figures are known to have played Igo. It uses black and white marbles, pretty “zen-ish”, and has a traditional japanese feeling to it. The game is much more complex that, unlike Chess, even the strongest computer program still cannot beat experienced non-professional players.
I am also grateful for my colleagues who introduced me to the group, and who teaches me Igo every week.
Thank you so very much.