After Skye :
The AGM approved the AGA-style rules with no opposition by the AGM on 5th April 2008. The statement of the Go rules used in BGA tournaments is found in Rules of Play.
The BGA Levy is a fee paid by tournaments to the BGA in exchange for use of the BGA tournament equipment (sets, clocks, laptop, software and mobile phone), public liability and loss/damage insurance, publicity (see section 6.6) and submission of results to the rating system.
The BGA is asked to nominate official representatives for various international tournaments. In general we operate a points system to help Council decide who should be nominated.
The 2010 Youth Championships had 22 competitors aged from 6 to 19, with strengths from 1 kyu to 35 kyu. The library at Loughborough Grammar School served as a fine venue. Tian Ren Chen from
The 2010 Youth Championships had 22 competitors aged from 6 to 19, with strengths from 1 kyu to 35 kyu. The library at Loughborough Grammar School served as a fine venue. Tian-Ren Chen from Loughborough retained the youth championship with 5 straight wins including beating Aston's Mazhar Warraich. Prizes and places went to:
The Isle of Skye Go Club hosted their first tournament at the Tongadale Hotel in Portree. 32 players took part in the main event, consisting of a mix of locals players and players from Scotland, England and even Switzerland.
This document provides advice to BGA members arranging teaching events. It does not deal with One-to-One teaching; instead it concentrates on group teaching events in a face-to face context (i.e. not remotely over the internet).