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05-29


Pieter Mioch, Go journalist from the Netherlands covered the 2005 World Amateur Go Championships from Nagoya, Japan. The serie of articles include interviews with the players, game commentaries, background information and more.

05-28


Pieter Mioch, Go journalist from the Netherlands covers the 2005 World Amateur Go Championships from Nagoya, Japan.
The final articles from this series: a game and interview featuring Bernard Palmer from Ireland and a game and interview featuring Yasuro Kikuchi from Japan and Frank Janssen from the Netherlands and the final standing.

05-26


Pieter Mioch, Go journalist from the Netherlands covers the 2005 World Amateur Go Championships from Nagoya, Japan.
Today's articles: a game and interview featuring Ralph Spiegl from Austria and a game and interview featuring Cesar Sanchez Munoz from Spain.

05-26


Pieter Mioch, Go journalist from the Netherlands covers the 2005 World Amateur Go Championships from Nagoya, Japan.
Yesterday's delayed (our fault, sorry) articles: a game and interview featuring Thomas Hsiang from the USA and a game and interview featuring Frank Janssen from the Netherlands and Cornel Burzo from Romania.

05-24


Pieter Mioch, Go journalist from the Netherlands, is living in Nagoya, Japan, the very same city which hosts the 2005 World Amateur Go Championships. Today's articles: a game and interview featuring Eitan Aharoni from Israel and a game and interview featuring Ben Gale from South Africa.

05-23


Andrea Roussou translated the rules of Go in Greek, bringing the number of available languages to 14.

05-23


Pieter Mioch, Go journalist from the Netherlands, is living in Nagoya, Japan, the very same city which hosts the 2005 World Amateur Go Championships. Pieter will cover the tournament with a series of articles, especially but not only focussing on the Western participants from Europe and America.

05-20


A fundamentally good way to study the game of Go is to replay professional games. Unconsciously, you'll learn a lot about shape and timing. Furthermore, you will get lots of new ideas. Finally, test whether you truly understood the game you just studied by trying to replay it by heart. Use the GoBase.org guess function while replaying.

05-06


Boyan Alexandrov translated the rules of Go in Bulgarian, bringing the number of available languages to 13.

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