Weekly Schedule


Open to public on
tournament days only.

Private lessons some Sundays.  More info: Jon Boley


DDK Class with Nick Sibicky

Class is meeting on Nov. 23

Tuesday 1:00 – 10:00

We will be open Nov. 24

Our Biggest Day

Our priority is teaching beginners and intermediate players for free between 3 – 9 p.m., but everybody can find a game.



SDK Class with Andrew Jackson

Class is not meeting on Nov. 25

7 – 9 p.m.

Free beginner’s lessons and meet-up at Uwajimaya Seattle

Not meeting Nov. 25

6 – 8 p.m.

Thursday 2:00 – 9:00

Closed Nov. 26, Thanksgiving

   Small group; most players are in the 10 kyu – 3 dan range. In the evening, kyu players can find informal games.

Beginner’s Class.

  New students are welcome — walk in.  6:30 – 9:00 p.m. with Larry Eclipse

Closed Nov. 26

Meet-up at Crossroads Bellevue 6:00 – 8:30 p.m.

Not Meeting Nov. 26

Friday closed

Saturday 1:00-7:00

Open Nov. 28

Good day for a game — all levels, but not as big as Tuesday.  Instruction for beginners.




Gala Pair Go Night!

3rd Annual Pair Go Tournament finalPlease join us for a gala evening of Pair Go on Saturday Dec. 12,  with dessert and two rounds of play. We will be playing by International Pair Go rules, with one male and one female player on each team. The players can be any age, so a dad and daughter or mother and son can be a pair go team. This will be a dress up occasion.   Fee per player: $5 for youth and voting members, $10 for others. Registration is on the evening of the tournament, from 6 – 6:45. The first round is at 7 pm, dessert is at 8:30, and the 2nd round is at 9:00 pm.

Photos of 20th Anniversary Fun

Our 20th Anniversary Tournament had 48 players, the largest fall tournament we have had in many years.  And our evening party had over 100 attending!  Thanks to our friends from the Nihon Ki-in, Mr. Hiroshi Yamashiro 9P and Mr. Feng Shiung 6P “Kuma Sensei”, for coming all the way from Japan! [ Read more… ]

Kuma Sensei Keeps Teaching

Kuma Sensei teaching

Kuma Sensei (right) during Sunday game reviews

Kuma Sensei, a professional Go player from the Nihon Ki-in in Japan, will continue his visit to the Seattle Go Center with simultaneous games today, Tuesday, Oct. 6, starting at 6:30 p.m.  On Wednesday, Oct 7, he will give a lecture to Andrew Jackson’s Single Digit Kyu Class, starting at 7.  The lecture will be recorded for distribution through YouTube.  As part of our 20th Anniversary Celebrations, there will be no charge for the lecture.

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