Anyway, while Go is normally played on a grid, there is nothing in the rules that requires this. All you need is a set of nodes and connections. So it's kind of fun to play on a random board. This incidentally makes the memorized opening sequences used by experienced players completely useless :-)
- goboard.png - Example random Go board
- random-go.py - Python code to generate random boards
When you print out a board, make sure it is big enough that your pieces will not overlap excessively.