A funny, all-too-accurate webcomic about the journey from beginner to slightly-better-than-beginner through which all go players travel.
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Go’s presence on Youtube has exploded over the last couple years. Here are a few of our favorite accounts:
The AGA’s official channel.
High-level go (baduk) games and commentaries in English. Haylee’s live commentaries of her own games are some of the most entertaining and edifying go you can find anywhere.
Nick’s lectures, many of which are aimed at double-digit kyus, are a great resource for newer players.
DeepMind’s AlphaGo changed the world in 2016 as it defeated Lee Sedol 9d four games to one in a spectacular game match watched by millions of people around the world.
There’s nobody with a sense of style quite like Stephen.
Long-form interviews with people in the Go Community.
Michael Gallucci's videos are aimed at beginning and intermediate go players.
Find positions in pro games to find out how the best players in the world played them.
Move-by-move conversations about go game records.
Web-based SGF viewer and editor.
Collaborative joseki dictionary.
Area go teacher who offers individual lessons and monthly group lessons online.
Online go school run by Hwang Inseong structured around student leagues.
An internet go school with an extensive library of lectures and a unique problem-oriented training system.
This list isn’t intended to be comprehensive: there’s tons more go activity out there waiting for you to discover it.
If any of the above information needs clarification or correction, or if you have any suggestions for something important we’ve missed, let us know.