Go/Glossary of terms
Chinese: 打吃 (da3 chi1)/叫吃 (jiao4 chi1) | Japanese: アタリ/当たり (atari) | Korean: 단수 (dansu) A stone or group of stones with only one liberty left are said to be in atari.
Chinese: 段 (duàn) | Japanese: 段 (dan) | Korean: 단 (RR: dan, M-R: tan) Dan is the basic unit of rank used to denote Go strength in the case of professionals and stronger amateurs, dan can be translated as "degree"
Chinese: 布局 (bùjú) | Japanese: 布石 (fuseki) | Korean: 포석 (RR: poseok, M-R: p’osŏk = posuk) Fuseki is a Japanese go term meaning "arraying stones", and refers to whole board openings.
A Go board.
A group of stones (of one colour) that are nearby on the board.
The influence a group of stones has on part of the board. In other words, the places where one player can easily make territory.
A fixed good set of moves. There are many joseki, and there are books and websites documenting them. It's a good idea to study the common ones.
The stones that are captured from the other side. Traditionally they are kept in the lid of your Go bowl.
One the small playing pieces used to play Go.