The Newsletter format is changing. In future all Newsletters will be distributed electronically, from our website rather than manually from the list of addresses that our Membership Secretary has. To keep you better informed, we intend to produce Newsletters monthly, probably in two formats - one without and one with recent News items, the latter for those of you who aren’t constantly looking at our website.
If you're a member of the British Go Association you should have received an email about this as well as the first issue. If you didn't then we either don't have your email address or we have it recorded incorrectly. In either case please notify our Membership Secretary.
*Actually, it's possible that our Newsletters are being treated as SPAM, so please check your Spam boxes first before contacting us.
The Autumn 2014 edition of the British Go Journal, number 169, is now available in the members' area as a PDF and should be soon arriving in the post with members (except for electronic only members).
Due to some scammers using our britgo.org domain name a few weeks ago we've been having some problems with people trying to contact us and various people through our website. This also applies to registrations to the London Open this year.
Unfortunately, the problem has led to some ISPs dropping emails from us without notification, so we're not aware of exactly which emails are not bein
We're pleased to announce that we've revised many of our existing publications and will shortly be reprinting these in volume, so if you need to get copies of them please just ask. You can see them all at http://www.britgo.org/covers
The printed issue of British Go Journal 168 should now be with our members (in the UK) and is also available online via the MEMBERS AREA.
British Go Journal 164 is now publicly available, in addition to all previous issues.
At various times there have been people who've asked about changing the rating system (the European Go Database) to have their club games included.
British Go Journal 163 is now available publicly.
British Go Journal 167 is now available to British Go Association members online, together with SGFs of games and problems/solutions, as well as in print.
The printed issue of British Go Journal 166 should now be with our members (in the UK) and is also available online via the MEMBERS AREA.
British Go Journal 162 is now publicly available, in addition to all previous issues.
The British Go Association will again be demonstrating Go at the London Anime and Gaming Con on Sunday 9th February. If you like anime, manga, cosplaying or video games you’ll enjoy London Anime and Gaming Con.