$10 Admission, $5 for youth and voting members. Advance registration not required. Two rounds – International Pair Go Rules (each team must have a female and a male player).
The Nihon Ki-in recently celebrated its 90th Anniversary in Japan. As part of the celebration, they sent Frank (Kohya) Fukuda, our Director Emeritus, an “Appreciation Diploma”, signed by their President Nori Wada. The text stated in Japanese, “Residing outside of Japan, you have been working hard for introducing and popularizing the game of Go, and you have contributed greatly to make Go prosper in your area. Through your activity, the success of international friendship was achieved.” [ Read more… ]
Nick Sibicky will start up the Double Digit Kyu Players Class (DDK) on Monday, September 29, at 6:30. The class is open to anybody who can finish a 19×19 game. The class is free, and your first 10 visits to the Go Center are also free.
Open to public on tournament days only.
Private lessons some Sundays. More info: Jon Boley
Our biggest day. Our priority is teaching beginners and intermediate players for free between 3 – 9 p.m., but everybody can find a game. Lisa Go and other strong players are often here in the evening.
Free beginner’s lessons and meet-up at Uwajimaya Seattle
6 – 8 p.m.
Japanese and English spoken in the afternoon. Most players are in the 10 kyu – 3 dan range.
Meet-up at Crossroads Bellevue 6:00 – 8:30 p.m.
Good day for a game — all levels, but not as big as Tuesday. Instruction for beginners. Pro Simon (Ximeng) Yu teaches strong players at 2. Simon is not teaching on Nov. 29
Saturday meet-up at Crossroads Bellevue is 6:00 – 8:30 p.m.