[Wvgc-go] Go sets in Portland

Chuck Vose vosechu at gmail.com
Wed Feb 29 12:50:45 PST 2012

Awesome, thanks for the link to Uwajimaya, I totally hadn't thought
about them and I can probably run out there on the way to the
conference :)

And thanks to all the other wonderful replies. I'm really glad I
subscribed to this list :)


On Wed, Feb 29, 2012 at 10:52 AM, Glenn Peters <glenn at aenigma.com> wrote:
> You mean full folding or slotted boards, not smaller magnetic sets?
> I know the 7 Brothers sets they have at several Korean stores are folding
> boards, but travelling cases are extremely rare (I've only ever sen them
> online, at Samarkand).  I think Uwajimaya might have also have a folding
> board, but I'm not sure.
> On Wed, Feb 29, 2012 at 9:44 AM, Chuck Vose <vosechu at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm going to a conference today and I wanted to take a go board but
>> when I was leaving the house I realized that my 2" table board and
>> bowls were just too much to pack. I realize that I'm probably not
>> going to find a travel set today but I wanted to ask if anyone had
>> thoughts about where I might find one? I'm going to check out Shogun's
>> at lunch but I don't have very high hopes.
>> As a longer term plan though, at the 2006 go congress I saw a guy with
>> a beautiful slotted 1" go board that had a travel case that fit small
>> but beautiful bowls. Has anyone run across something like this? I've
>> been looking all over the Internet today to absolutely no avail. I can
>> find slotted go boards but none of any quality and no cases
>> whatsoever. Maybe I'm just romanticizing it after such a long time.
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