What is Go?
Where can I learn Go?
- The Interactive Way To Go provides an excellent starting point - it'll guide you through the rules with many interactive examples
- Jenny Radcliffe wrote an overview of how to play
- If you want to try out some problems, GoProblems.com has an enormous
range at all levels and of many types
- The KGS Teaching Ladder is a good place to go for reviews and teaching games
- The Go Teaching
Ladder provides a reviewing service, so that you can get your
games reviewed by stronger players
- Wikibooks Go explains how to play, although it's unfinished
- Or, possibly best of all, visit a club! See below for more - Durham is always welcoming to new players, and happy to teach beginners
Where can I play Go?
- Go can be played online using various servers, and you'll
often find some Durham players and graduates on KGS
(in particular in the British Room)
- Another similar option is Pandanet IGS
- DGS (Dragon Go Server) is slightly different, in that it offers turn based games (think correspondance chess)
- Alternatively, you can play in person - if you're in Durham, why not come along to a club meeting?
- If you're not in Durham, the British Go Association
maintains a list of clubs around the UK
If you want any more information, get in touch - email the club, or find us in our online chatroom
For more information about the club, please email the Exec.
For questions, comments and suggestions on this site, please email the current
maintainer, Andrew Ambrose-Thurman.