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Unique go-themed shirts and hoodies available

Monday June 26, 2017

Shirt designer and “passionate” go player Joel Gabelman has a unique line of go-themed tee-shirts and hoodies available. One in particular — 2017.06.25_Go-Shirt-Facebook“Eat. Sleep. Play Go. Repeat.” — might be a must-have for anyone planning on attending the upcoming US Go Congress. Gabelman is offering 15% off for customers using the discount code TESUJI.

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Upcoming Go Events: Boston

Monday June 26, 2017

June 28: Boston, MA
The Surrounding Game: Boston Premiere
Will Lockhart 917-349-2113

Get the latest go events information.

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Go Spotting: Frederik Pohl’s “The Boy Who Would Live Forever”

Sunday June 25, 2017

Mark Stinedurf of the Maui Go Club found a reference to go in the last HeeChee novel by Frederik Pohl, “The Boy Who Would Live Forever,” 2017.06.25_The Boy Who Lived Forever2published in 2004. He was 41 pages into the book and what does Pohl throw in there… a go reference. It was about something one of the prospectors found in an old HeeChee tunnel. Apparently even aliens like go.

- reported by Danny Topp, Maui Go Club

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Slate & Shell offers 50% discount to AGA chapters and go clubs

Sunday June 25, 2017

Slate & Shell is offering a special opportunity for US go clubs and AGA chapters to get books for prizes and libraries: 50% off on all Slate & Shell 2017.06.25_slate-shell-logobooks. Minimum order is ten books. Send an email to customerservice@slateandshell.com for instructions.

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Go Classified: Go teacher needed

Sunday June 25, 2017

McLean, VA: Hope Chinese School’s McLean campus is looking for a go instructor for the 6-week summer camp during Jun 28 – Aug 11, 2017. It is a paid position. Contact: 703-371-3414, hcscamp.va@gmail.com. The summer camp has an emphasis on Asian culture, and the camp director Dinny Li hopes the instructor can teach 2 hours in the afternoon, two to four times a week.

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Problem of the Week

Finding a Weakness

Black to play