Random Go boards


Go is an interesting board game. It has very simple rules (these are the simplest I've seen). It gives computers big headaches. Kasparov sweats blood each time he plays against the computer, but Go masters are way beyond the best computer programs.

Anyway, while Go is normally played on a grid, there is nothing in the rules that requires this. All you need is a set of nodes and connections. So it's kind of fun to play on a random board. This incidentally makes the memorized opening sequences used by experienced players completely useless :-)

When you print out a board, make sure it is big enough that your pieces will not overlap excessively.