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Go rules
There are only a limited number of rules in the game of Go. These pages will explain them to you, show an example of a Go game and provide you with computer software so you can get started immediately.

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Go articles
The articles presented are mainly technical and thus intended for serious students of the game of Go. Famous teachers, both amateur as professional provide some indepth study material.

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Go problems
Studying problems is a way to train us, to solidly improve our capabilities to read during actual games. Often we want to do big things without doing the small necessary things that big things need.

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Go opening patterns
This overview contains a collection of maybe some 25 joseki variations which can be considered a beginners package to be able to play Go games. The selection is not random but carefully chosen, a so called repertoire.

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Go game gallery
From an educational perspective an efficient way to study a game collection is by having the games ordered by a certain theme. The Game Gallery provides you with such games.

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Go games analysed
Some indepth game analysis contributed to the Go Teaching Ladder. A complete collection is maintained by Jean-loup Gailly and Arno Hollosi.

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Go games commented
Although most game records on this site lack any comments, partly due to copyright issues, partly because annotating games is a lot of work, this collection below is an exception.

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Go schools
Various professionals offer online teaching facilities such as live games with commentary or indepth analysis of your games by E-mail. Enjoy this overview of selected teachers.

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