Disclaimer: I don't own Hikaru No Go, but you already knew that didn't you.

Sai stared through the fence at the Go board like he did every day, everyone thought this was odd because they had no idea of what he was staring at, much less why he was just standing there not moving. This went on for a long time, Sai staring at the Go board, and the family staring at Sai.

One day, Sai finally got his chance, the gate had been left open. Sai ran through it and headed to the half completed game on the Go board. It would be extremely rude to make a move on someone else's game, but Sai didn't care, he would finally play Go once more, it had been far too long since his last game. He shivered in excitement as he placed the first stone in more than a thousand years. The owner of the Go board came out to shoo Sai away, noticed the move that Sai had made, and made one of his own. Sai walked back to the Go board, and made another move. The owner had a dazed look on his face as he made his next move, as if he couldn't quite believe what he was seeing. This went on for a while, and eventually the Go board's owner lost.

The next day, the Go board's owner set Sai in front of the go board, and set down three stones for him. The family watched in stunned silence as Sai yet again defeated his opponent, they hadn't beleived him before, now they did.

Every day, they set Sai in front of the Go board, and every day Sai won, no matter how strong the opponent.

Two months after the first game between Sai and the Go board's owner, Akira and Hikaru sat in silence under the sign that had begun that afternoon's ordeal, a sign that they had originally thought was an amusing joke, but worth a look at.

"Akira?" said Hikaru.

"Yes, what is it?" asked Akira, as he turned to look at his companion who was cradling his new possesion as if it was a priceless treasure. He no longer looked as if he was torn between laughter and tears, as he had since his game, he now looked sad, and slightly worried.

"I think it's time I told you about Sai." said Hikaru as he stood up and headed towards the car.

Shortly after they left, the owner of the Go board removed the sign that loudly proclaimed in brightbold letters COME SEE THE AMAZING GO PLAYING CHICKEN. Some hot shot Go pro had bought the animal for enough money to put both of his kids through college.