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- Te wo Tsunaide: An annual
Pair Go tournament, presented by Fiery Rain of Go Stones. The site includes archives of
reports and photos from the '05 and '06 tournaments, plus info about the upcoming '07 one.
- American Go Association: Learn a lot
about Go in the US on this site, look up chapters and player ratings, and subscribe to the
weekly E Journal.
- GoBase.org: Great collections of kifu and tsumego, plus
international Go news.
- Sensei's Library: Tons of basic info and aids for
anyone who is learning Go (ie anyone who plays Go).
- Fuseki Info: An enormous fuseki database.
You can click which fuseki moves you want to look up, and get the statistics for games
with those patterns, or keep clicking until you find yourself looking at the one game that
matches your choices. Extensive game database, ranging from pro games to high level dan
games on KGS.
- Go Game World: News, comprehensive pro and title
- Tiger's Mouth: The AGF's site for youth players.
Resources, a forum, even a KGS room. I currently run the KGS room, plus monthly prize
tournaments for players under 18 in the US and Canada.
- Samarkand: Some of the best prices for Go equipment.
- Kiseido: More Go info, play Go on-line via KGS, plus an
on-line store. There are also lectures and occasional special games to watch on KGS.
- Dragon Go Server: A turn-based Go server.
Good for busy people, also a versatile study tool.
- IGS - pandanet: On-line playing, plus
periodically scheduled special games (including cups, pro games, and even live title
- Cyber Oro: A Korean Go server. It has an
English interface, and the players are very strong.
- Go News and Sensations: News and game
commentaries about popular on-line players (mostly).
- Smart Go: The only priced program I've been
able to fairly thoroughly look over and abuse. It features a Go-playing program that can be
fed game libraries, access to GnuGo, an IGS portal, SGF editing, a large collection of Go
problems, and many learning features.
- Go Grinder: A program that allows you to
play out collections of Go problems as sgfs. It comes with a few thousand problems, and
you can get even more at the goproblems.com site.
- goproblems.com: Solve and add problems via the
site, and/ or download problem sgfs for Go Grinder.
- EuroGoTV: Web broadcasts of tournament games,
mostly in Europe.
- British Go Association: British clubs (I like the
Glasgow Go Club's constitution) and news, good info about Go software downloads, reviews
of purchasable progams, and a shop.
- Colorado Go Association: One of the most (if
not the most) established Go clubs in Colorado, with plenty of strong players. They also
host lectures and other events.
- Boulder Library Children and
Teens Go Club: A weekly club for youths, on Sundays from 2-4. They hosted a youth Go
tournament in January, and will again in June.
- Boulder Go Club: For those of you
who are in Boulder, rather than Denver (or those of you who want to go to several clubs).
- Fiery Go t-shirts: Tim Rand added a
bunch of t-shirt graphics for our club at Cafe Press. Be a walking billboard!
- Cnidaria: If your sense of humour
is intact and you want to know where the name for this chapter came from, this page should
explain it. Don't read this site unless you are 18+ and have a reasonable tolerance for
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