Open Tournament and Workshop Calendar

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Saturday, September 10, 2016
Littleton, CO
Go Seminar- 7 Dan Kellin Pelrine at the Columbine Library
The Littleton Go Club will be hosting a seminar at the Columbine Library featuring Kellin Pelrine 7 Dan from 2 to 4:30 on September 10th. We'll also be ordering pizza for a break in the middle. If you're planning on coming please shoot me an email at, subject: Go Seminar with the number of people coming.It's so I can get a good idea on how many pizza's, not mandatory but would be appreciated. Kellin prepared this description of the lesson as well, if you're wondering what he'll be featuring. "The first half of the seminar will discuss attachments, particularly isolated ones used in the opening and early middle game to create forcing moves and toeholds in new areas rather than ones that defend or expand from existing stones. For example, the attachment on the front of the 3-4 small knight's enclosure in the opening. This kind of attachment seems to be occurring more frequently lately, especially in professional and other high level games (perhaps inspired by AlphaGo). The first part of the second half will be about ideas on how to improve, illustrated in the context of a game review. It will focus more on the process and how to work on improving, such as identifying and working to improve weak areas, rather than specifics like "to improve, read x book" or "do x quantity of problems per day." Finally, we will conclude with a Q&A. Bring any question you like that can be asked in a short amount of time. No complete game reviews please, but questions about a specific position are welcome, as well as more general questions. If you have any questions about the content of the seminar, feel free to email me at . I look forward to seeing you there!"
Jordan hagen
Saturday, September 10, 2016
Atlanta, GA
6th Annual Emory University Chinese Student/Scholar GO Tournament
DATE: Saturday, September 10, 2016. This is a ONE day tournament. TIME: 8:30 AM Registration PLACE: Emory University Winship Ballroom, 3rd Floor of Dobbs University Center (DUC) 605 Asbury Cir. Atlanta, GA 30322 FEES: $20 Entry Registration.
Jeff Kerlagon
Saturday, September 17, 2016
Toronto, ON
Toronto Go Open (Fall 2016)
Fall 2016 Toronto Go Open * Saturday, September 17, 2016 — 9:00am to 7:00pm * The 519 Community Centre, Room 106, 519 Church Street, Toronto * Registration fee: $20 * Cash prizes will be awarded to 1st place ($125), 2nd place ($50) & 3rd place ($25) * Go books will be given to players with the most wins * Limited to 60 participants * Light refreshments will be served * Rank discrepancies can be dealt with at the tournament * Check for parking in the area * Check for more information and registration * NOTE: We will prepare enough equipment for all who pre-registered by Friday (morning), September 16, 9 am EST, but there will be a limit to our ability to handle walk-ins. If we don't have enough equipment for walk-ins the spots will be allocated on a first come - first served basis.
Johnny Lau
Saturday, September 17, 2016
Sacramento, CA
Davis/Sacramento Fall Quarterly
The DSGC will hold a four round tournament at Arcade Library at 2443 Marconi Ave., Sacramento, CA. Setup and registration at 9am and the first round begins at 10 am. Enter the community room on the southeast corner of the building.
Willard Haynes
Saturday, September 17, 2016
Livermore, CA
Vintage Go, 2016
Our annual Vintage Go Event is not a tournament, but a day of playing Go and wine tasting in Livermore, CA, wine country. The time is from 10:00 am to around 5:00 pm. There will be a $5.00 fee per adult to cover the door prizes. The location is Charles R Vineyards. Take the Greenville exit off of Interstate 580, go south on Greenville, past Poppy Ridge (a golf course on your left), to the end of the road. Greenville Road changes into Crane Ridge Rd. It then becomes a dirt road -- keep going and there it is, on the right. 8195 Crane Ridge Rd Livermore, CA 94550 (925) 454-3040,+CA This is an outdoor activity. While the area is shaded, we recommend that anyone planning to attend bring sun screen, a hat, drinking water, and a picnic lunch. Some snacks will be provided. There are not a lot of other activities right at the winery; but non-go-playing friends and children are welcome. It's a pretty area, out in the country, to take a walk in.
Lynda LoDestro
Saturday, April 29, 2017
portland, oregon
Pro Workshop with Yilun Yang
rescheduled from this spring to next spring.
peter freedman