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[Seattle Go Center] Open for Go and Shogi Saturday

Hello Go people,

The Go Center is open as usual tomorrow (Saturday), 1:00 PM - 8:00 PM. Come on in for some casual games of Go! Instruction for beginners will be available.

Also, tomorrow (and every 3rd Saturday, going forward) there will be a group of people interested in Shogi, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM! It's organized by Brandon Barton and Catherine Ozols, and instruction for beginners will be available.

See you at the Go Center,

Mike Malveaux
Seattle Go Center Programs Manager

email: programs@SeattleGo.org
web: www.SeattleGo.org
Go Center phone: 206-545-1424

PS - What three English language books did Iwamoto-sensei (whose foundation helped build the Go Center) write?

Go for Beginners [Berkeley : Ishi Press, 1976]
Keshi and Uchikomi: A Study of Reduction and Invasion in Go [Richmond, VA : Slate & Shell, 2002]
The 1971 Honinbo Tournament [Tokyo : Ishi Press, 1972 ; Santa Monica : Kiseido Pub. Co., 1999]

(When I'm running low on Go jokes, I'll try Go trivia :-)

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[Seattle Go Center] Camping Trip with Go in North Cascades

Dear Members,


Once again, members of the Go Center will be camping at a beautiful Forest Service campground in the Cascades, Marble Creek, for a long relaxed weekend.   We plan to hike and play Go.  Some of us will be there starting Thursday, Aug 23, and leaving Monday morning, Aug 27.  (The weekend after next.) Chris Kirschner and Marianne are coming, so we expect to have some fresh baked goods.   We have room for one more tent in the sites we have reserved.  Please contact me if you are interested in coming.  


There are also nine “first come first served” sites at this campground.   If you come in the afternoon on Thursday or Friday, you will probably get one.  Unreserved campsites cost $16/night.  (Bring cash)


The campsites can be used both for tenting and for small RV’s.  They have picnic tables.  There is no potable water, so we will be bringing in water by car.   The Cascade River runs by the campground; you can boil or filter water from the river as well.


For more information on the campsite, follow this link:






Brian Allen

Operations Manager

Seattle Go Center

206 545-1424 (Go Center)

206 632-1122 (home office)


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