The 43rd British Go Congress was held in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh.
Held at Bourne End Community Centre
All games played full handicap.
3 Bracknell - West Surrey 0
1 Putmaniacs - Wanstead 2
1 Swindon - Maidenhead 2
2 Reading - Ghosts 1
21 players took part in the 2010 Fife Tournament, held as usual in the Age Concern Hall in Cupar. The top three players had to be separated by a tiebreak. Winner on 3 wins was David Lee (2 dan Dundee); in second was Sandy Taylor (1 dan Durham) also on 3 wins, followed by Martha McGill (3 kyu Edinburgh) on 4 wins.
The second Arundel Tournament was held on a Sunday at the football club, in the shadow of the castle.
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.
Nottingham University hosted the 7th Nottingham after a 22 year break. 42 players took part. Winner was Alex Selby (4 dan Cambridge) despite losing his last game to Sandy Taylor (1 dan Durham).
This year Cambridge moved back from March to February and from the hospital to a city centre location. 46 players attend the event at St. Columba's Church.
Cheshire returned after a year gap for the British in Chester and ran again alongside the Frodsham Chess Tournament.
Wanstead returned to its old early year spot, but kept the same Wanstead House venue in East London.