For the month of July, Casey Dahlin 5K has volunteered to teach a double digit kyu (DDK) class every Tuesday at 6 PM starting on Tuesday, July 5th at the dojo. SFGC members ranked ≥10 kyu are invited to come to the dojo on Tuesday to learn ways at sharpen their game and advance their … Continue reading DDK Class with Casey on Tuesdays at 6 PM
On Saturday July 7th starting at 2:00 pm sharp we are hosting Michael Redmond 9P at the dojo via virtual teleconference for a 90-minute lecture directed at advanced-level Go players.
On Saturday June 4th starting at 4:00 pm we are hosting Michael Redmond 9P at the dojo via virtual teleconference for a 90-minute lecture directed at advanced-level Go players. After the interactive lecture, dinner will be provided for attendees. During the dinner, we will hold an information session regarding the formation of a national Go team to represent the San Francisco Go Club in the next season of the AGA City League!!
The Bay Area Go Players Association has its own club room on KGS. There you can play Go, chat, and network online with other players in the San Francisco Bay Area. Simply log in, click on the Rooms menu and select Room List. Next click on Clubs and find the room called, “Bay Area GPA.” Click on … Continue reading Other Bay Area Go Clubs
By Paul Goodman (4D) The rules of Go are simple: you can learn them in about twenty minutes. The strategies of Go are complex: you can play for a lifetime and not fully master them. A powerful attraction of Go is that no matter what your strength, you can always improve. The other side of … Continue reading Making the Most of the SF Go Club
Black, white, circle, square, wood, stone — how hard could it be? Lessons The quickest way to get stronger is to take a few lessons from a knowledgeable player. Any experienced player at the club is able to teach. Without a doubt, this is the fastest way to get stronger. As a bonus you’ll get … Continue reading Learning the Ancient Game of Go