Check out the National Go Center’s website for more information!
Head over to the National Go Center for Friday night Go, hosted by Haskell Small!
Haskell Small's cell: 202-352-5529.
Conrad Chaffee and Nate Eagle host afternoon pizza and go activities for kids, families, and any beginner who doesn't mind ambient rambunctiousness. All ages and skill levels are welcome, and there's space to play for younger children.
(Contributions for pizza are welcome but not required.)
Play Go Monday Nights at NOVA Go Club in Arlington, VA
Hosted by Gary Smith
Open hours for playing go, hosted by Patrick Sun.
If you can come only one night during the week to the National Go Center, come on Wednesday night.
Whether you're a new player who wants to learn, a dan player interested in sharp competition, or just someone who wants to know what go's all about, Wednesday nights offer plenty of good company and opportunity.
Pair Go/Paella night!!
Our first two Pair Go/Paella Friday social were a big hit so we are having it again this month. A fun, social evening featuring mixed Pair Go and a special meal prepared by world-famous chef Chris Garlock (vegetarian option included). Come with a partner or come yourself and you will be matched with partners as available then.
We are starting a little earlier (6:30) so we can finish before the last Metro.
When registering indicate whether you will be having paella ($5 - please pay online this time) or just playing Pair Go. If you already have a partner they should register separately as well. Please enter your partner's name in the provided field if you have one (they still need to register though).
Address any questions about Pair Go or the event to Haskell Small: email@example.com. Haskell Small's home: 202-244-4764 and cell: 202-352-5529.
Four-round Go Tournament.
Registration and check-in: 8:30 am
First round: 9:00 am
Whether you call the game Weiqi, Igo, Baduk or just Go please join us. Fun for all levels! Multiple divisions! Winners in each division will receive prizes.
45 minutes of basic time and five 30-second byo-yomi periods.
Register online and save 20% off the in-person registration fee!
Learn more about Yuan Zhou.
RSVP required—please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check In: 9:30AM to 10:00AM (with life and death problem)
Detailed analysis of a high-level game: 10am to 12pm
Lunch Break: 12pm to 1pm
Game Play: 1pm to 3pm (Yuan will pair the players. Game is tournament style with time controls. Game can be AGA rated if both players agree.)
Analysis of the games played: 3pm to 5pm