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Deutsch: Japanischer Go-Tisch
English: A japanese go board (goban), the stones (go-ishi) and the wooden cups (go-ke)
Italiano: Un tavolo da Go giapponese (goban), le pietre (go-ishi) e le scatole per esse (goke).
Español: Tablero de Go japones (goban) con sus piedras (go-ishi).



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08:32, 2. Jul 2004 Setarkos Japanischer Go-Tisch


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