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Jusandan 2015

Euro Go TV - Fri, 23/01/2015 - 15:17
Author: Newsbot on 15:14 Mon 19 January 2015

2nd Istanbul City Championship Finals 03-2015

Euro Go TV - Fri, 23/01/2015 - 15:17
Author: Newsbot on 15:16 Sun 18 January 2015

5th Decin Open Tournament 04-2015

Euro Go TV - Fri, 23/01/2015 - 15:17
Author: Newsbot on 15:14 Mon 19 January 2015

Winter Tournament 04-2015

Euro Go TV - Fri, 23/01/2015 - 15:17
Author: Newsbot on 15:13 Mon 19 January 2015

Torneo della Befana 2015

Euro Go TV - Fri, 23/01/2015 - 15:17
Author: Newsbot on 15:16 Sun 18 January 2015

Championship of Barnaul 03-2015

Euro Go TV - Fri, 23/01/2015 - 15:17
Author: Newsbot on 16:44 Sat 17 January 2015

1st Varna Go Open 2015

Euro Go TV - Fri, 23/01/2015 - 15:17
Author: Newsbot on 15:13 Fri 16 January 2015

Osaka Go Camp 2015

Euro Go TV - Fri, 23/01/2015 - 15:17
Author: sandmann on 14:16 Wed 14 January 2015

Helsingin mestaruus 03-2015

Euro Go TV - Fri, 23/01/2015 - 15:17
Author: Newsbot on 16:32 Mon 12 January 2015

2015 Irish championship league

Euro Go TV - Fri, 23/01/2015 - 15:17
Author: Newsbot on 16:32 Mon 12 January 2015

Venkata triumphs in Galway

Irish Go Association - Thu, 22/01/2015 - 20:26

Venkata Velpuri of the Belfast club secured victory in the recent ‘Warming up’ tournament in Galway. Second place went to Philippe Renaut with James Hutchinson in third.

Full results can be found here

Categories: World news

Polish Youth Championship - U16 playoff 03-2015

Euro Go TV - Thu, 22/01/2015 - 13:17
Author: Newsbot on 01:16 Mon 12 January 2015

Essen 2015

Euro Go TV - Thu, 22/01/2015 - 00:17
Author: Newsbot on 01:16 Mon 12 January 2015

IV Turniej o Puchar Burmistrza 03-2015

Euro Go TV - Thu, 22/01/2015 - 00:17
Author: Newsbot on 01:16 Mon 12 January 2015

Polish Youth Championship 03-2015

Euro Go TV - Thu, 22/01/2015 - 00:17
Author: Newsbot on 01:16 Mon 12 January 2015

Go in NYC: An Insider’s Guide

AGA news - Wed, 21/01/2015 - 15:00

Just because the Gotham Go Group at the Hungarian Pastry Shop on Tuesday evenings 7-11p - 1030 Amsterdam Ave - between 110th and 111th – “is the hottest go scene in New York City does not mean it’s the only option,” reports local organizer Peter Armenia. Here are four other places to play go in the Big Apple, along with Armenia’s pithy descriptions:

Go at Pie by the Pound - Wednesday evenings 6:00 - 124 4th Avenue between 12th and 13th St. “The healthy alternative.”

Go at the Fat Cat - Sunday afternoons 12:30 - 75 Christopher St, at 7th Ave. “The jazzy afternoon bar option.”

Brooklyn Go Club - Intermittent Fridays (email Jean-Claude Chetrit (jc.chetrit@gmail.com) for time and location. “The social club of NYC go lore in someone’s home. Good food, good conversation, and maybe even some go.”

Korea Baduk Club - Daily 11AM-12 Midnight  - 36-18 Union Street (Flushing) – Call Sammy Park (718-353-4646) for more info. “The seriously smoky, less healthy option. English sporadically spoken, strong players routinely humbled.”
photo: at the Gotham Go Group, November 2014; photo by Chris Garlock

Categories: World news

wintergo_2014 03-2015

Euro Go TV - Wed, 21/01/2015 - 11:17
Author: Newsbot on 01:16 Mon 12 January 2015

4th Ege Go Tournament 02-2015

Euro Go TV - Wed, 21/01/2015 - 11:17
Author: Newsbot on 15:37 Sun 11 January 2015

UK Go Updates: South Africa Makes Go Moku for the UK

AGA news - Wed, 21/01/2015 - 05:42

Pandanet Go European Team Championship: On January 13th, the UK secured a win against the South African team with a score of 3 wins to 1 loss, making it their fifth win in the league. A commentary by Andrew Simons of his own game against Victor Chow 7d can be found in the news article on the BGA website. The UK team currently ranks second to Bulgaria in their league. The two teams will play on February 24th.
- edited by Amy Su from reports on the BGA website.

Categories: World news

Your Move/Readers Write: How Do You Study Pro Games?

AGA news - Wed, 21/01/2015 - 05:00

How Do You Study Pro Games? “We often hear ‘study professional games to help you improve,’” writes Eric Osman. “But how do you actually do that in practice?” Osman says he plays through pro games on his phone.  “At each move, I think for a few seconds about what move I’d make next, then I click to see what the professional did.  If the professional’s move differs from mine, I try to see if I can think of a reason the professional’s choice was better than mine.” Osman is a KGS 2k/AGA 2d living in Amherst, MA who’s been playing go since 1976. Send your suggestions/comments to journal@usgo.org

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