Check out the National Go Center’s website for more information!
Conrad Chaffee and Nate Eagle host afternoon pizza and go activities for kids and families. All ages and skill levels are welcome, and there's space to play for younger children.
(Contributions for pizza are welcome but not required.)
Eric Lui, AGA Professional conducts a full-day workshop. Topics will include lectures, game reviews, pro game analysis, and simultaneous games. Participants should bring at least one serious game record for review.
Fee $100. To register RSVP to Eric at: email@example.com
Play Go Monday Nights at NOVA Go Club in Arlington, VA
Hosted by Gary Smith
Open hours for playing go, hosted by Patrick Sun.
Come learn and play with other newer players! The DC Beginner/Intermediate Go Club is hosted by Laurie Ensworth, and starts at 5 PM. It's a perfect time to come to the NGC to get an introduction to the game, or to play against others who are still working on game fundamentals.
Players of all skill levels will be at the Go Center on Wednesday nights (starting at 7 PM), but there will still be space and attention devoted to beginners through 9 PM.
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.
Hosted by Eric Haengel.
Open hours hosted by Nate Eagle 1d. Come to hang out, play go, study, work remotely, or join Nate for lunch.
Head over to the National Go Center for Friday night Go, hosted by Haskell Small!
Haskell Small's cell: 202-352-5529.
Four-round Go Tournament.
Registration and check-in: 8:30 am
First round: 9:00 am
Come to our Nation's Capital to see the cherry blossoms and then come to the National Go Center to play some Go!. It is also a chance to help us celebrate our one year anniversary!
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!
Family Go is canceled for the tournament -- Youth are welcome at tournament - prizes for all levels
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 game: 10am to 12pm
Lunch Break: 12pm to 1pm
Team Game Play: 1pm to 3pm (Shifu will pair the players. Game is tournament style with time controls)
Analysis of the game played: 3pm to 4pm