Peepo.com is a tool for visualisation of complex relationships of real world objects. It uses Go as the delivery vehicle, with each and every element representing data relationships (shadows are stones in atari etc). It is now ready for user testing on 9x9 (best) and full boards (click on the green button for 9x9).





Last updated Fri Feb 17 2012. If you have any comments, please email the webmaster on web-master AT britgo DOT org.
Tournament Name: 
Cheshire
Venue: 
Frodsham
Tournament Date: 
11 February 2012

Kath Timmins, 13k, became the oldest winner of a Cheshire tournament when she won the 8-player Cheshire Handicap with 4/5. Best of the 8 players in the top group was event organiser, Tony Atkins 2d, winning the Open title.

Results





Last updated Sun Feb 12 2012. If you have any comments, please email the webmaster on web-master AT britgo DOT org.
Tournament Name: 
City of London Winter Tournament
Venue: 
Melton Mowbray Pub
Tournament Date: 
4 February 2012

Andrew Kay (4d, South London) won the first ever City of London Winter Go Tournament, by winning all three of his games against Alex Rix (2d, Central London), Paul Taylor (1d, St Albans) and Andrew Simons (3d, Cambridge). Also on three wins was Phil Smith (5k) who is not affiliated to a club.





Last updated Wed Feb 08 2012. If you have any comments, please email the webmaster on web-master AT britgo DOT org.

Information correct at time of posting - check the Tournament Calendar for latest

Information now archived





Last updated Sun Dec 23 2012. If you have any comments, please email the webmaster on web-master AT britgo DOT org.

With regret we report that Allan Scarff, pioneer Go programmer, died from cancer on 9th December 2011, aged 65.

Allan first came across Go in 1969, when working as a programmer with NCR in Dundee, from a Pure Science student friend, Phil Bristow.





Last updated Sat Jan 28 2012. If you have any comments, please email the webmaster on web-master AT britgo DOT org.
Tournament Name: 
Pandanet Go European Team Championship
Venue: 
Pandanet
Tournament Date: 
24 January 2012

We went into our match this week hoping to get our first win of the season, Switzerland being one of the weaker teams who were promoted from the C league.

On 1st board was new team member Chong Han. He played an unconventional, centre-oriented opening which lead to complex fighting and many chances for both to win, but in the end he lost by a few points.





Last updated Tue Dec 18 2012. If you have any comments, please email the webmaster on web-master AT britgo DOT org.

The latest issue of the British Go Journal, number 158, is now available and should be on members' doorsteps today (subject to Royal Mail deliveries).

The games records, problem and answer diagrams and book reviews for this issue are now available online.

The PDF of issue 154 is also now available online.





Last updated Thu Jan 26 2012. If you have any comments, please email the webmaster on web-master AT britgo DOT org.
Tournament Name: 
British Small Board
Venue: 
Cambridge
Tournament Date: 
22 January 2012

Andrew Simons won the slightly delayed 2011 British Small Board Championship to hold on to his title won in 2010, by beating Tim Hunt, despite losing to him in their first game. Unfortunately though Andrew still has not received the trophy as the delay in passing it on last time was repeated when the organiser brought the wrong trophy along.





Last updated Mon Mar 05 2012. If you have any comments, please email the webmaster on web-master AT britgo DOT org.

HELP NEEDED: we want to find out more about how you access our news, as you may have seen advertised in the Spring 2012 issue of the British Go Journal, so that we can serve you better.





Last updated Mon Jan 23 2012. If you have any comments, please email the webmaster on web-master AT britgo DOT org.
Tournament Name: 
Maidenhead
Venue: 
Hitachi Maidenhead
Tournament Date: 
21 January 2012

Xinyi Lu, former organiser, was remembered at the 2012 Maidenhead Tournament. The tournament was honoured by the presence of both Xinyi's parents and several family friends. 49 players took part in the tournament and it was fitting that it was a Chinese player, Chu Lu 5d, who was the winner. She beat Bei Ge in the final. Also winning three were Mike Charles, 2k, and Dave Storkey, 8k.





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