- 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
- A Kid's Guide To Playing Go has some links to resources aimed
at younger players (but also of interest to older ones)
- Or, possibly best of all, visit a club! See below for more - Durham is always welcoming to new players, and happy to teach beginners
- Go can be played online using various servers. One that's recommended for beginners
and for quick games is GoQuest, which has a smartphone app as well as a web interface
- 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
For more information about the club, please email the Exec.
For questions, comments and suggestions on this site, please email the webmaster.