Every Friday night at Wooglin’s Deli a group of five or six eclectic Coloradans ages 18-65 sit down to play a game over 2,500 years old. It’s called “Go,” and it’s a game with so many strategic options it makes chess look like child’s play. Katie Lawrie reports on the unique Go community that has formed in this off-campus watering hole and the bonds that have been forged over an ancient board game.


Produced by Zach Zuckerman
Reporting by Katie Lawrie
Photo by Kiki Kauffman

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