Just two questions for now:
1. Under what circumstances is a bloom considered "captured?" Surely not all fenced blooms are captured; that would mean you could place a yellow stone, surround it with your red stones, and get a point from capturing your own stone. Is a bloom only captured when it is fenced by ONLY by enemy stones? Mostly by enemy stones? How does this work?
2. What happens if you place a stone such that it would be instantly captured? I believe this is called "suicide" in Go, and is illegal in that game. Does your opponent instantly capture the stone? What if placing the stone would result in capturing the surrounding enemy stones? Do the enemy stones get captured instead?