October 2006

Problem 1

Black to play and capture three stones.
Black 1 threatens the three stones with immediate c




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Have a go at the following!

Problem 1

Black to play

There is a clever way for Black to capture three white stones, if you can find the right move.





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Many school pupils have little opportunity to play other people from outside their own school.

Of course, if you have internet access, you can use a Go Server. But many of the users of Go servers are either strong players, or people who have no idea of the rules. Pupils may prefer to use a game or Go Server where you can meet and play against pupils from other schools.





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20th - 22nd August 2006





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Tournament Name: 
Fife
Tournament Date: 
7 October 2006

All games played with appropriate handicap.





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Until 2001, two charitable trusts provided financial support for young British Go players, The Susan Barnes Trust and The Brian Castledine Trust. They were replaced by a new merged trust called The Castledine-Barnes Trust.





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Many school pupils have little opportunity to play other people from outside their own school.





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This page is in two parts, before and after. Elsewhere, there is a Tournament Organisers’ FAQ.

Before the Event

As a tournament organiser you need to do the following (among other things, these are just the ones that require liaising with the BGA):





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Go tournaments are generally run using a McMahon draw. There are several programs which can be used to control such a McMahon tournament. Some of these are listed in the BGA Software Catalogue.





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