Playing go on the internet, either through email, specialized servers or the web.
The first social network for Go fans started by 7-time European Go champion Alexandr Dinerchtein.
A free server for correspondence Go and Chess.
Daily news from Go servers such as KGS, IGS, Tygem, Cyberoro, Dashn, commented games, real names of top players.
Details on the various ways to play go online against others. Includes a recent list of go servers, including those without webpages. From the British Go Association.
A web based go server with a simple clean interface. No downloads are necessary.
Play go online using the IGS protocol with a client or by telnet. Popular and usually busy.
Server for reviewing games with an opponent, accessible with a client or online using Java.
Rating list for Go-related websites and blogs. Detail statistics.
Go server based in Japan. Play via telnet or a client, or with java on the web.
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