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Wednesday September 9, 2015
Searching for a literary go reference: Some time ago I read a go haiku or short poem in which the aging speaker wished he could start a ko and thus postpone the impending end of his life. If anyone has the poem or similar ones, I would really appreciate getting the reference! This has been bugging me for a long time….. Paul Celmer email@example.com
Tuesday May 26, 2015
Nearly Complete Set of Go World Magazine For Sale: All issues of Go World, except #13 and #23. #5 is missing its cover and #129 (last issue) is still in the unopened envelope as mailed from Japan. There are also some extras that could be used to trade. Conditions are generally near perfect, though some of the earlier ones show some wear. Will entertain offers (including, perhaps, donation to a non-profit of some sort). Located in western Colorado, could possibly be delivered to Denver area. Fairly heavy (roughly 45lbs) so shipping will be somewhat pricey. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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Tuesday April 21, 2015
Players Wanted in Monterey Bay, CA: We hope to find both a North and South County venue for evenings of go play once or twice a month. Click here for details.
Full-size Demonstration boards available: Board dimension 36″x36″; professionally printed/mounted/framed; includes a full set of magnetic stones. Board and stones $500 USD (easel not included) + shipping and handling. Only 6 boards left. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Monday February 16, 2015
Maui HI: Players wanted for the Maui Go Club. We meet Thursday evenings every two weeks. Contact Danny at Maui.Go.Club@gmail.com wit 2015.02.12_maui-go-clubquestions and our current meeting time and location. You can also get time and location information at our website or on our Facebook page, Maui Go Club.
Tuesday January 27, 2015
Phoenixville, PA: Players wanted for the Phoenixville Go Club. We meet Sunday afternoons and Wednesday nights at Artisan’s Cafe in downtown Phoenixville. Free mug of coffee for each first time visitor! Contact Craig at email@example.com with questions.
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Thursday September 18, 2014
I’ve got a set of new-in-box, size 34 (9.5mm) Yuki (snow) graded shell & slate stones I’m letting go for $750. Serious inquiries only please. firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday August 31, 2014
Players Wanted in Gainesville, FL: email email@example.com
Wednesday August 20, 2014
- Neel Brown
Wednesday August 6, 2014
I have been teaching at the Berryessa Chinese School for 14 years now and am honored to have had this opportunity,” writes Jean deMaiffe. “Because of my rewarding relationship with BCS, I am hoping to help them find other (preferably English-fluent) regular and substitute go teachers for their culture program. BCS has three campuses in the Berryessa neighborhood of San Jose, California. One is for ‘the little kids’, one for the middle range (roughly eight through twelve years old) and one for high schoolers. My venue has been the middle range school, which I have very much enjoyed. Currently, BCS needs a teacher for the high school, may need one for the little kids, and may also need one for my school this coming year or the year after (negotiable) when I plan to retire. Clearly, if a teacher does well with the BCS school students, the teaching relationship can continue indefinitely. The middle school has its own equipment and a set of problem books. BCS has been willing to acquire classroom materials as necessary for my class. Interested teachers can contact BCS directly through their website, and may contact me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org“