Monday October 31, 2011
If you enjoy researching go facts and are good with words, consider being on the AGA Website Transition Team! The AGA is revamping its website, and part of this project involves going through each existing web page and updating information to make it as current and useful as possible. We’ve already got a great team of volunteers working together on this exciting project, and could use a few more folks to finish up the project and get the new site launched. For example, our current World Amateur Go Championship page shows stats through 2010, so we need to track down who represented the U.S. at the 2011 WAGC and list how they did. No technical skills are required, and we expect this phase of the project to wrap up by the end of November. If you can help — even with a limited time commitment — contact Roger Schrag at email@example.com.
Saturday October 29, 2011
Set of 8mm Japanese glass Go stones in wooden bowls for $90. Free shipping. Worth much more, retail. Compare prices at Kiseido Online Shop. email firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday September 26, 2011
For Sale: Traditional Japanese-made Go set with 7mm glass stones, wooden bowls, and either a 1.5cm lighter-color folding board (like new), Or a 1.8cm darker-color, older folding board (nice, well-used). $100, plus $15 shipping. Anton Ninno email@example.com
Monday September 19, 2011
Guo Juan’s Internet Go School is currently accepting enrollment for Group Classes for the 3rd term 2011, beginning on October 1/2 2011 and ending on November 19/20 2011. The group class participants will also receive a 20% discount on the Year Membership of our Audio Lectures. “Our students and teachers wish to meet you! Our very experienced teaching faculty includes Guo Juan 5P, Jennie Shen 2P and Young Sun 8P.” For details visit Internet Go School.
Monday September 19, 2011
Bob Terry and Mark Lass have launched Go Wizardry and “are looking for someone to keep an up-to-date blog on news events in the world of go.” Contact them at info@GoWizardry.com.
Sunday August 21, 2011
FOR SALE: Three sets of slate & shell stones: Jitsuyo 9.2 mm (irregular grain) $220, Tsuki 8.0 mm (curved grain) $160, and Yuki 7.5 mm (straight grain) $160. Molded red & black bowls (hold up to 10 mm stones): one with carved dragons on side, one with carved flowers $40/pair. Lovely marble bowls (hold up to 9.5 mm stones) one pair colored brown & tan, one pair colored white & tan $135/pair. All items never used. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll send you photos. All prices plus shipping and insurance.
Monday July 25, 2011
1 folding 19×19 Goban. 0.75 inches thick. Mustard yellow color. Will take Japanese/Korean size stones. USD $30 plus shipping.
5 one-piece 9×9/13×13 beginner boards. ¼” thick. Will take 23mm stones. All 5 for USD$10 plus shipping.
For details contact Arian I. at email@example.com
Monday July 11, 2011
All in very good condition! $15 – Basic Techniques of Go – hardcover; $20 – Modern Joseki & Fuseki, Volume 1 – hardcover (2-book set); $20 – Modern Joseki & Fuseki, Volume 2 – hardcover (2-book set); $40 – Strategic Concepts of Go – hardcover; $40 – The 1971 Honinbo Tournament – hardcover; $40 – The Middle Game of Go – hardcover; $40 – The World of Ki – hardcover; $10 – 38 Basic Joseki – paperback; $40 – Appreciating Famous Games – paperback; $40 – Attack & Defense – paperback ; $5 – Go & Go-Moku – paper; $5 – Go as Communication – paperback; $5 – Go for Beginners – paperback; $5 – How to Play Go – paper, spiral-bound ; $5 – In the Beginning – paperback; $40 – Invincible: The Games of Shusaku – paperback; $10 – Kage’s Secret Chronicles of Handicap Go – paperback; $10 – Les Bases Techniques du Go – paperback, French;$10 – Lessons in the Fundamentals of Go – paperback; $10 – Life & Death – paperback; $10 – Tesuji – paperback; $50 – The Breakthrough to Shodan – paperback; $10 – The Endgame – paperback; $10 – The Vital Points of Go – paper, spiral-bound; $10 – What’s Your Rating? – paperback. PLUS: Learn to Play Go, Volumes 1-5; sold as a complete set for $50 each. email firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday June 25, 2011
Serbian go player Zeljko Veselinovic would like to meet local go players during his visit to Atlanta (GA) July 22 – August 3. The dan player hails from Nish, Serbia, home of the country’s “strongest go players,” says Veselinovic, shown here (in blue shirt) at his private go club “where my friends and I play go and enjoy Serbian grill and cold beer during summer evenings” and welcome U.S. players. Reach Veselinovic at email@example.com
Monday June 13, 2011
Author in the process of producing new go works in electronic format needs assistance. Three works currently available on the Amazon Kindle. Two new works are in finished HTML format with completed sgf/eps diagrams, but help is needed for final electronic conversion. Any help would be appreciated. Contact: Robert Terry; 562-420- 9503; firstname.lastname@example.org