The first game where women make more than men, reads its tagline.
TOKYO: Japan’s Sumire Nakamura will become the youngest professional player of the ancient board game Go when she makes her debut as a 10-year-old on April 1. Nakamura, who will turn 10 on March 2 local media said, started playing the game with her father when she was three. The previous youngest player was Rina Fujisawa, who was 11 when she turned professional in 2010. Presented to the media on Saturday standing next to her father Shinya, himself a national champion, Nakamura said she was keen to get her first…