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- Gomoku, regarded in Japan as a kiddy version of Go, uses the same black and white stones, but involves two players alternately positioning stones toward the simple goal of getting five same-colored stones in a row, horizontally, vertically, or diagonally.
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- Plenty of great surface lures are out there including the Bassday Sugapen 70F, Rebel Pop-R, Strada Viral and Storm Gomoku Popper to name a few. I also like to throw a Cranka Crab behind me when drifting because it is usually inhaled with minimal effort.
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- Pencil in the Gomoku
- With its aerodynamic design, the Gomoku Pencil maximises your casting distance despite the lure only weighing 2.7g. At a length of 4.
Gomoku is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Gomoku books and related discussion.
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