From the American Go Association website:
"Go is a fascinating board game that originated in China more than 4,000 years ago. Also known as baduk, wei ch'i, weiqi, and igo, it is played today by millions of people, including thousands in the United States. In Japan, Korea, China, and Taiwan, it is far more popular than chess is in the West, and professional players compete for large cash prizes. Its popularity in this country continues to grow, more than fifty years after the founding of the American Go Association."
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The Cleveland Go Club has been meeting and promoting Go in the Cleveland area for decades. We have both an east side and west side club. Check the Where We Meet section for locations and meeting times. There are no fees, we provide all equipment, and beginners are welcome!
If you are a teacher and want to start a Go club at your school, the Cleveland Club can provide equipment free of charge. Contact a club officer for more information.