Who are we?
The Forest City Go Club is a group of people in London, Ontario, Canada who love playing the board game Go (also known as iGo, Baduk and WeiQi) and meet every Tuesday at London Public Library Central Branch from 6pm to 9pm to play. Everyone is welcome to come out, no experience or equipment necessary, and it's 100% free! Come learn more about a game that has fascinated players for 4000 years and more!
To learn more about Go, click on Sensei's Library in the links section, or to learn to play check out playgo.to, also in the links section.
Monthly Archives: June 2011
On a blustery Thursday evening 12 brave souls braved the rain to play Go. Luckily it stopped raining before the meeting ended, so most of them made it home high and dry. Tonight we also had our first Dan vs. … Continue reading
Another good meeting tonight. We had 11 people out, with two of our regulars missing, so that’s a nice trend. We seem to have a pretty firm ratio in most meetings of 3-4 beginners, 3-5 average players, and 2-3 advanced … Continue reading
Another great night of playing Go. We had a new record- 12 people out playing tonight. (With one more dropping by just to say hello!) Four of them were new players in all senses, beginners who came to learn how … Continue reading
I just added a page on the site about where to find Go sets in London, ON since I’ve had a lot of people ask me that question recently. If anyone has other suggestions about where to find them, please … Continue reading
For those just learning how to play, here’s another site for new players to check out- Learn Go the Easy Way. It’s a simple tutorial using FLASH boards so you can actively learn, not just play. Not quite as nice … Continue reading