We're still playing Go

The amount of pieces that are accumulating is becoming unmanageable.

There are pieces piled thousands high on many of the board positions; some areas it's not clear where exactly the pieces were placed.

Many of the game pieces are solid bars of lab-created gems with perfect clarity to the center of the tile, some etched, others are layered; and still further, the board has grown to nearly 3 acres square.  Different pieces play differently.  They load them onto our carts as we run out.

I keep track of key positions by memory, and yet much of the underlayment requires me to refer to my notes.

Some players consult with a strategos between turns; I don't believe in it.

In just over an hour, we'll break again for the night.

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