Monthly Archives: October 2011

Meeting Report- Oct 26th, 2011

This meeting went quite well, we had eight people come out despite the variable weather, and even had a new player join us- welcome Michael!  I had a good start to the evening, with a win against a much higher … Continue reading

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Meeting Report- Oct 18th, 2011

Tonight we had 10 people come out, two of which didn’t play for various reasons. I seem to be maintaining my 50/50 win/loss ratio, which is fine since I’m really just doing it for fun in the end. The Tournament … Continue reading

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Forest City Cup- London’s First Go Tournament!

When: Saturday, November 19th, 2011. Where: Chinese Canadian National Council London, Ontario. Located at 1701 Trafalgar Street, London, Ontario N5W 1X2. Cost: Free. However, donations are happily accepted.  Pizza lunch can be made available upon registration for an extra $5 … Continue reading

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Meeting Report: October 11th, 2011

We had 8 people out to play this week, and were joined by Emily, a charming new player who was curious about Go. Welcome Emily! I, myself, won one and lost two, which is my typical record for a night’s … Continue reading

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We had 7 people out for this week’s meeting, and a long, deep discussion about the future tournament. More details soon! Next meeting is October 11th at the YMCA.

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Translated material

Here is some material that Steve helped me translate today. We are working on translating some Go books into English from Chinese simplified. I hope this helps to increase everyone’s understanding of the game and be useful. HeadingToSho-Dan-Tesuji

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Special Report from the Hamilton Open

Hi Rob, I thought I’d let you know that I attended the First annual Go Open in Hamilton on Sunday. The tournament was divided into three divisions: Double digit kyus, single digit kyus, and dan level players. We each played … Continue reading

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