Go Organizations Around the World
The organizations and people of go, online and around the world.
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The World Of Go
Where To Buy Go Books and Equipment: Links to the best online vendors.
The American Collegiate Go Association: The ACGA is a national network of schools, dedicated to strengthening the American Go community. We organize and run the Collegiate Go League, the first online competitive league for college Go clubs.
The American Go Foundation: A tax-deductible foundation that supports the growth and development of American go.
The International Mind Sports Association: Formed by the international associations for backgammon, bridge, chess and go, IMSA promotes worldwide mind sports competition in order to "further realize the inclusion of mind sports in the Olympic Movement" through events such as The World Mind Sports Games and The SportAccord World Mind Games.
The International Pair Go Association: The IPGA promotes go as a contest between male-female pairs of players, to enhance the social aspect of play and to promote a stronger female presence in the game.
Go in "Auroville": Founded in 1968 by "The Mother", Auroville views itself as an "international township" which aims to be the "city of the future." It is physically located along the southeast coast of India in the Tamil region, but you will not find it on any map. However, they play go there.
Go Clubs Online: GoClubsOnline provides invaluable web-based resources for club organizers and volunteers wanting to manage their clubs, their membership, their tournaments and events. With GoClubsOnline tournaments can be managed from (cradle to grave) via online registration, check-in, pairings, prize giving, all the way to one-click reporting results to the AGA.
Feng Yun's Go School: The former World Women's Champion, one of only 2 female 9-Dans in history, lives and teaches actively in the New York area, and offers online lessons.
Guo Juan's Internet Go School: Ms. Guo teaches group and individuals on the Internet. Recorded lessons are also available.
Alexander Dinerchtein's Go School: A Russian-born 1P in the Korean system who teaches online in Russian, English and Korean.
Harry Fearnley's Homepage: A vast store of links, information and oddities.
David Mechner's Homepage: A former insei describes his experience and offers advice on getting stronger.
Milt's Go Page: Read some intriguing essays and download two free full-length books.
Henry Segerman's three-dimensional go board : 3D go is played at least once per year, during the annual "Crazy Go" event at The US Go Congress.
361 points: A huge hodgepodge of information, resources and commentary.
Hutch's Go Pages: Former AGA Archivist Craig Hutchinson offers his unique perspective on the game.
Jay Burmeister's Go Pages: A thorough but somewhat dated discussion of computer go issues.
I am Dosaku: The life of the first great go genius (1645-1702), who remains one of the great players of all time. With game records from his famous matches.
Yuki Shigeno's Italian Diary: The director of The International Go Federation wrote these reflections when she lived in Italy.
Matthew MacFadyen's Go Pages: One of Europe's top players offers instruction and other materials.
NannyOgg's Shodan Challenge: A beginner discovers a quest for excellence.
Go Aggregator: News, games, discussion and blogs.
Shygost's Public Lessons Sgfs of lessons conducted on the KGS Go Server.
South African Go Association
P. O. Box 561
Asociacion Mexicana de Go
Hankook Kiwon (Korean Baduk Association)
English website: http://english.baduk.or.kr/
Taiwan Go Association
No.28, 3F, Sec 3,Roosevelt Road
Japan Computer Go Association
Kansai Kiin (Kansai Go Association)
Nihon Bunka Kaikan Building 1F
1-23 Kitahama Ni-chome
Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi 541-0041
Nihon Kiin (Japanese Go Association)
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0076