Announcement

A Sino-British Weiqi Cultural Exchange event is being held on 7th September 2013, starting at 1pm in the British Museum, London in the Hugh and Catherine Stevenson Lecture Theatre.



Last updated Sat Oct 14 2017. If you have any comments, please email the webmaster on web-master AT britgo DOT org.

As previously announced in the British Go Journal and elsewhere we are pleased to launch the new Members' Section for our website.

This will contain

  • electronic versions of the British Go Journals for the last year - PDFs, SGFs and Problems/Solutions
  • Council Meetings and Annual General Meeting Minutes
  • Annual Accounts
  • Policies
  • Archive contents

In addition there is a document approved by Council about the initial version of this Members Area.

The Ratings List and Organisers Handbooks will continue to be publicly available, together with some of the Policies which may be clearly relevant to non-members (such as Child Protection).

Council will review the operation and contents of this area, probably initially in 3-4 months time, so if you have any comments please let us know.

In order to minimise the effort expended in managing usernames/passwords, and given that the security level needed is fairly low, there will be initially a single account for all member



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British Go Journal 164 - Summer 2013 has now been printed (please note that due to a printing error the cover shows the issue number as 163 - Spring 2013. The electronic version is correct.)

The full PDF of British Go Journal 160 is now publicly available.



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Ben Murphy and Tony Atkins hosted our stand at the London AnimeCon at the London Metropolitan University, Holloway Road on 20th/21st July.

Many people who had read the Hikaru no Go manga were interested in our stand, as well as game players and others!



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We have a number of back numbers of Go World. While these may lack a degree of topicality, they provide an unparalleled set of commented professional games.

Details are on the Go World page

Until the end of June 2013 prices (including UK post and packing) are:

£2.50 for a single issue.

£2.00 per issue for 2 magazines.

£1.50 per issue for 3 – 4 magazines.

£1.20 per issue for 5 or more.



Last updated Fri May 12 2017. If you have any comments, please email the webmaster on web-master AT britgo DOT org.

The game records used by Michael Redmond 9p at his UK teaching events between 30/03/13 and 05/04/13 have been made available as zipped files.



Last updated Sat Apr 06 2013. If you have any comments, please email the webmaster on web-master AT britgo DOT org.
Online League
KGS
22 March 2013 - 31 December 2013

The fifth season of the BGA Online League is now under way.

To balance the divisions out, I have moved Belfast and Billericay up to division 1, Glasgow up to division 2 and then done the draw for matches in each division.

As last year there are two matches between each pair of teams, a notional "home" and "away" match.



Last updated Fri Mar 22 2013. If you have any comments, please email the webmaster on web-master AT britgo DOT org.

Due to a venue problem, the Trigantius has now moved from the Sunday to Saturday 9th March. Same details otherwise.



Last updated Thu Feb 28 2013. If you have any comments, please email the webmaster on web-master AT britgo DOT org.

Full PDFs for issues 157 and 158 are now available online



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It is our great pleasure to inform you that we, The Nihon Kiin, will release the English and Chinese version of ‘Cho U’s 4 by 4 Go Puzzle’ (developed by Zoo Corporation) on iPad and iPhone from 5th October 2012.  

This app is based on the 4 by 4 puzzle which has been come up with the idea by Cho U Kisei and Oza who is the best go player in Japan. This puzzle is the 4 by 4 tsumego game, an int



Last updated Thu Oct 04 2012. If you have any comments, please email the webmaster on web-master AT britgo DOT org.
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