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It was last modified on: 2001-09-29
 Author: Stephen  Leary. Xiangqi FAQ. Missing description[All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
John Ayer wrote on 2010-03-10 UTC
Wei chi, or wei qi, is known in Japanese as I-Go, and in America usually as Go. It is a game of territorial possession, played on a grid of nineteen points by nineteen, with pieces of black or white that are placed on intersections and then never moved (though they may be captured and removed). Sic bo and pai gow are Chinese gambling games, suitable for casino play.