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.
T Mark’s funeral is now confirmed to be at 2pm on Monday 6th January 2014 at the Lambeth Crematorium, Blackshaw Road, Tooting, SW17 0BY followed by some refreshments at a nearby pub (The Selkirk, 60 Selkirk Road, Tooting Broadway SW17 0ES) to celebrate his life.
All are welcome to attend, but we would appreciate it if you are planning to be there to let me ([Jon Diamond](mailto:president@britgo
T Mark's funeral has been provisionally scheduled for Monday 6th January 2014 at Lambeth Cemetery, Blackshaw Road, Tooting, London SW17 0BY.
Unfortunately we're not able to give you a time currently, so if you are thinking of attending please send an email to me and I'll give you the final details.
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The Online Study Group (formerly Shodan Challenge) will be starting on 29th November and running for six weeks. Players of any strength who wish to improve their go-playing abilities are very welcome!
You are encouraged to choose a goal to work towards for six weeks, and a study plan to follow during that time.
Many of you will remember the fine work done by Gerry Mills, in taking a BGA bookstall to a large number of tournaments and on top of that providing a mail-order operation for books and sets.
Roger Huyshe is restarting this service, albeit in a smaller way as he points out that he cannot dedicate a whole room in the house to a large stock of Go books and equipment.
We're pleased to announce that old tournament results have now been linked to the Tournament Records on our website. This will allow you to easily browse details of old events for each tournament, going back to 1996 in many cases.
See the London Open for an example.
A Sino-British Weiqi Cultural Exchange event is being held on 7th September 2013, starting at 1pm in the British Museum, London in the Hugh and Catherine Stevenson Lecture Theatre.
As previously announced in the British Go Journal and elsewhere we are pleased to launch the new Members' Section for our website.
This will contain
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