Photograph courtesy of Doug Cable In the mid-1970s, there were not many go tournaments held in Los Angeles, and the ones that were usually were organized by Japanese players. Naturally, the Rafu Ki-in held its own club tournaments. And I participated in quite a number of those. Also, every summer “Nisei Week” festivals were held […]
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