We are continuing our meet-up for playing Go at the Crossroads Bellevue Shopping Center on Thursdays from 5:30-8:00 pm. Last week, Feb. 20, we had 8 players, from beginner to 6 dan. We meet in the Game Lane, inside the Crossroads common area, in front of Uncle’s Games and the KCLS Library (near the giant chess board). Brian Allen will be there for the first two weeks, and Sonny Cho will be providing free instruction. We will provide equipment.[ Read more... ]
We are going to try a regular meet-up for playing Go at the Crossroads Mall in Bellevue on Thursdays from 5:30-8:00 pm for the next 6 weeks, starting Feb. 20. We will meet in the Game Lane, inside the Crossroads common area, in front of Uncle’s Games and the KCLS Library (near the giant chess board). Brian Allen will be there for the first two weeks, and we will provide equipment. Go Center volunteer Thane W. will be there on a regular basis.[ Read more... ]
We will be having our regular Monthly Ratings Tournament this Sunday, Feb. 2, with registration from 12:15 – 12:45. I have asked around, and I think we will have a good crowd for our quiet games, even though some of our members will be going to Super Bowl parties. Deborah will be bringing chicken wings to the Go Center, and playing in the tournament. We encourage other pot luck donations, such as nachos and guacamole. Kimbap is another good choice; that is what Lee Sedol had for lunch when he won the first game of his jubango with Gu Li.
If you plan to play in the Ratings Tournament, please make sure your AGA (American Go Association) membership is up to date. If you need help updating your membership, please come early.
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Open to public on tournament days only.
Private lessons some Sundays. More info: Jon Boley
Free class for double digit kyu players with Nick Sibicky.
Our biggest day. Our priority is teaching beginners and intermediate players for free between 3 – 9 p.m., but everybody can find a game.
Free class for players 10 kyu to 1 kyu, with Andrew J.
Free beginner’s lessons at Uwajimaya Seattle 6 – 8 p.m.
Go lessons taught in Japanese in the daytime. Best daytime for strong players.
Two beginner’s classes at 7:00 p.m. New beginners can start at any time.
New Meet-up at Crossroads Bellevue 5:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Good day for a game — all levels, but not as big as Tuesday. Instruction for beginners. Pro Simon (Ximeng) Yu often teaches advanced players at 2:00 p.m.