The 5th season of this championship is about to commence and we're pleased to announce our team, captained again by Chris Bryant.
The team and the match schedule can be seen here.
Please give them your support - they'll need it since League C is more difficult than previously, with a strong team from South Africa joining for the first time.
The Belfast Tournament moved back to its usual end of summer slot, but stayed at its usual venue of the Belfast Boat Club. 14 players took part, but some of the locals were not able to play in every round.
The winner was Ngoc-Trang Cao (1d France), who some people would have seen at some English tournaments earlier in the year.
London player Aja Huang (5d), originally from Taiwan, won all three Go Gold medals at the 2014 MSO.
On the Sunday morning he won all four of his games in the seven-player 9x9 tournament. Chris Bryant won the Silver medal for three wins and a Bronze went to each of Francis Roads and Martyn Hamer who were tied in third on two wins. Results
On the Sunday afternoon Aja won all four of his games in the eight-player 13x13 tournament. Paul Smith won the Silver medal for three wins and a Bronze went to Chris Bryant on tie break from Francis Roads and Ben Lloyd on two wins. Results
The main 19x19 tournament was held on a very wet Bank Holiday Monday; it attracted 12 players.
With only 3 weeks to go in the run up to Learn Go Week on Saturday 13th September, this is an update to let you know what is planned in the UK! It also describes the international effort occurring to get more people playing Go/Weiqi this year!
We've had lots of interest by volunteers, which is fantastic news so thank you for all the support in this event! There are plans underway for extra Go playing sessions happening in the UK throughout Nottingham, Chester, Bournemouth, London and Greater London, as well as all the usual club meets! The enthusiasm and support is great for our first year getting involved with Game Guru’s event.
A report on the recent EGF AGM is now available in our members area.
As some of you are already aware, we’ve been looking at the idea of getting involved with 'Learn Go Week', starti
For some while Council has been focusing its Clubs and Membership recruitment and development attention on the building up of University clubs.
There are a number of issues in the creation and support of these which we have been working on, but one of these issues is that students are extremely price sensitive and that in the digital age they now expect to receive almost all their information
Association members are reminded of a benefit that few have taken up recently, perhaps in part because it was low down the website tree.
The Game Review Service can be a very efficient way of improving your game as comments are tailored to the individual's strengths and weaknesses.
So why don't you send in a game today?
The Nihon Ki-in, in association with the Sasakawa Foundation, would like to invite THREE students under the age of 24, who are promising players in British Go, to visit Japan in October for some extensive Go studying and have sent us the following invitation:
1) Air ticket