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.
Category Archives: Tournaments
Pandanet-AGA City League Registration Deadline: December 20th Open to all CGA and AGA members Duration: One year. Schedule Round 1: January Round 2: February Round 3: March Round 4: March Round 5: April Round 6: May Round 7: May Round … Continue reading
CCNC will be one of the organization participating in the Culture Days Event this coming weekend (Friday to Sunday) Please see below for information: We invite your orgaization to participate in promotion of WeiQi/Go as part of Chinese Games. If … Continue reading
CGA Monthly Online Tournament – August Date: August 25-26th. Pairing System: Swiss McMahon Rules: Canadian Rules, Komi 6.5, and even games (unless specified). Time: 45 minutes main time, and 25 stones/10 minutes Canadian Time. Place: KGS Go Server – Canadian … Continue reading
2012 Toronto Open The Toronto Go Club has had a resurgence of membership in the last year, so we’re celebrating by hosting our first tournament in years. Where Room 106, The 519 Community Centre, 519 Church Street, Toronto, Canada. It’s in the … Continue reading
Recieved this in the inbox today from the CGA: Dear Go-friends, With this email the Brock Go-Club wants to invite you and the Go-players of your club to the 2nd Brock Go-tournament. When & Where: Sunday March 25th, 2012 Brock … Continue reading
Well, we went and done it! We held London’s very first Go Tournament today the Chinese Cultural Centre, and we had 18 players show up from near and afar to compete. I’d say it was a big success overall, considering … Continue reading