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November 2016:
The 2016 Gold Coast champion is Kaile Su 6d followed very closely by Subin Kim 6d, the Gold Coast Kyu Champion is Ian Cook 10k. The 2016 Brisbane champion is Yu Zekun 5d of Canberra, the Brisbane Kyu Champion is Sun Woo Nam 4k. The 2016 Australian Digital Champion is Kevin Liu 6d of New Zealand, the Australian Digital Handicap Champion is Sebastian Zhang 2d.
Next is the Australian Open on 3-4 December 2016 in Box Hill, Melbourne.
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Go (weiqi in Chinese, baduk in Korean) is an ancient board game whose afficionados consider it to be one of the most beautiful inventions of mankind; its hallmarks are elegance of design, simplicity of rules and yet extraordinary depth of intellectual challenge and reward.

The AGA is an association of go players whose aim is promotion of the game of Go and communication between the Go players of Australia. It represents the Australian Go playing community internationally through membership of the International Go Federation, selection of representatives to compete in international tournaments such as the World Amateur Go Championships, and liaison with other national Go associations. It maintains the Australian go ranking and representative points tables, and organises the Australian National Championships each year.

Use the links at the left or below (in red) to find information on: 

Clubs — a list of affiliated Clubs, with contact details

Login/Join —become a member of the AGA. Existing members can log in here and access member services. You can also make a donation to the AGA on this page

Events — details of tournaments and other events organised by the AGA and its affiliated clubs, and the Honour Roll of National Champions. The next tournament will be

Links — links to Go-related sites including how to play Go, internet Go servers for playing Go on-line, sourcing Go books and equipment, international associations etc

Files — AGA resources including the latest Representative Point standings and Rules, Australian players ratings, tournament records, AGA Committee member contacts, minutes of AGA meetings and the AGA Constitution, software for running a Go tournament etc.



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The AGA is grateful for the support for our Sustaining Members: David Ormerod, Neville Smythe, Larry Wen, John Hardy, Alexander Hanysz, Dai Zhuo Jia, Kyle Jones, Rick Lush, Brian Humphreys
and our Life Members: Billy Sun, Raphael Shin

Mail: Australian Go Association
PO Box 149, Woody Point, Queensland 4019

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