In this variant, only the board is different: every boundary point of the Go board is considered to be connected to the boundary point on the other side of the board, so that each point has four neighboring points! This leads to some surprisingly tricky gameplay!
In the picture the two white stones are connected (indicated by the orange arrows). The two black stones are connected as well (red arrows).
There are two alternative dates to play Torus Go, starting at 1pm and at 6pm.
Please register for only one of the dates.