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Go Spotting: Kubo and the Two Strings; NYPD Red 2 Redux

Wednesday October 5, 2016

Kubo and the Two Strings: “At the beginning of the new stop-motion animation movie “Kubo and the Two Strings,” 2016.10.05_Kubo and the Two Strings two villagers are seen playing go briefly,” writes Marc Hedlund. “My go-pl2016.10.05_NYPD Red 2aying daughter was very excited about this (as was I)!”

NYPD Red 2 Redux: “A dozen Chinese men from twenty-something to eighty-something were grouped in a semicircle, chain-smoking and watching two men hunched over a makeshift table. They were playing Go, the two-thousand-year-old Chinese board game.” From “NYPD Red 2” by James Patterson & Marshall Karp, sent in by EJ reader Gene Halverson. See also Go Spotting: Patterson’s NYPD Red 2 (7/24/2015).

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Go Spotting: Patterson’s NYPD Red 2

Friday July 24, 2015

Patterson’s NYPD Red 2: In James Patterson’s “NYPD Red 2,” one of the NYPD’s detectives is searching for witnesses to an abduction near a park in a Chinese community, reports AGA Life Member David Kent. “The detective, a Caucasian, 2015.07.21_nypd2-bookapproaches a go game being played in the park, and challenges the local champion to a game, betting $100. After a hard-fought hour the detective intentionally makes a mistake, throwing the game, which only the champion, an old man, recognizes,” says Kent. “This soon pays off with the old man coming to the aid of the detectives, leading to a witness. The detective plans to give the old man a kaya board from a 700 year old tree instead of the hand-made plywood board he has been using.”

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