Japanese name for a strategic game that originated in China; players take turns placing stones on the intersections of a board to surround his or her opponent and control the most territory.
Grid made of 19 horizontal and vertical lines; the stones are placed where the lines intersect. The Japanese name for the board is "goban".
One player’s token; in the game of go, there are 180 white stones.
One player’s token; in the game of go, there are 181 black stones and the player with these stones moves first.
Central intersection on the board.
Each of the nine points on the board where stones belonging to the weaker player are placed when the players are of unequal strength.