Yesterday in Japanese club I was able to play some of a game of Go. I say some because the game can take several hours, and when you have a bunch of novices who are unsure of the rules the turns can understandably take a while. Still, I appreciated Professor Frydman bringing the board and letting us play. Playing made me remember how much I like strategy games, and put the urge to go to boardgame club into me. Go, for those of you who are unfamiliar, is a Japanese strategy game. You place colored stones on a board, with the goal being to surround as much territory as you can. The possibilities with every move combined with the simple mechanics make it a very enjoyable game, in my opinion. I hope to get to play it again.