Bamboo 0.8" Thick Go Table Board with Size 33 (9.2mm) Double Convex Korean Hardened Glass Stones and Bowl Set
Brand: Yellow Mountain Imports
This high-quality reversible Go game set that works equally as well for a shorter form game (13x13 side) as it does the standard (19x19 side). You'll love everything from the craftsmanship of the beautiful bamboo board to the satisfying "snap" of solid double convex Korean hardened glass stones provide. Reversible board is a 0.8-inch thick board, made of solid strips of Chinese bamboo. With your high-quality size 33 double convex Korean hardened glass stones, making the right move is beautifully simple. With 181 black and 180 white perfectly shaped pieces, each featured stones are a perfect combination of the two included bamboo bowls. Protect your Go Game Set (Bamboo) with a carrying bag for bowls and stones, bowls straps to tighten your bowl lids, a felt board sleeve for an added layer of security, and an instruction booklet, "The Way to Go", by Karl Baker is included.
- The Beauty and Strength of Bamboo: This durable, sustainable set comes with a sturdy yet distinguished board with painted lines and measures 18.6"L x 17.4"W x 0.8"H (47.3cm x 44.2cm x 2cm). Reversible sides let you play the standard longer-form 19x19 game as well as a more informal 13x13 game.
- Solid Double Convex Korean Hardened Glass "Jangstone": Trace your moves and strategically control the board using lustrous textured, double convex Korean Paduk hardened glass Go stones. Precision 181 black stones measure 22mm x 9.5mm, and 180 white stones that measure 21.8mm x 9.3mm.
- Graceful & Resilient Bamboo "Gosu" Bowls: Functionally excellent stones are complemented by elegant and natural bamboo bowls that measure 5.83" x 5.83" x 4.3" (14.8 x 14.8 x 10.9 centimeters) and come with a carrying case and securing bowl straps to keep your stones securely inside during transport.
- Your Complete Go Set: With everything you need to play, including a protective felt sleeve for your board and the classic instruction booklet, "The Way to Go", by Karl Baker.