1. record of a game of go, shogi, chess, etc.
Wikipedia definition
2. KifuKifu (棋譜) is the Japanese term for a game record for a game of Go or shogi. Kifu is traditionally used to record games on a grid diagram, marking the plays on the points by numbers. This term is originally from China. In China, people named this kind of record "Ch'i-p'u". The earliest surviving kifu is collected by the ancient book "I Chi" (The Principle of the Go, 弈旨), written by Pan Ku. A large corpus — many thousands of games — of kifu records from the Edo period has survived.
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