There are a large number of online sites and resources to help people improve their skills. We have selected a small number that offer quality lessons. We want to keep the list short and useful if however you find a resource not listed and feel it should be here please put a post on the Facebook page.
Interactive Way To Go http://playgo.to/iwtg/en/
Online Go Server https://online-go.com/learn-to-play-go
Michael Redmond’s Go TV YouTube Channel – an excellent resource for Dan and strong Kyu players
Go Pro Yeonwoo YouTube Channel – an excellent resource for all levels
Sibicky’s lessons YouTube Channel – an excellent resource for Double Digit Kyu players.
Haylee’s lessons YouTube Channel – an excellent resource for Dan and strong Kyu players.
Dwyrin lessons YouTube Channel – a range of videos on various topics that will help most players.
Eidogo has a large range of material covering the opening, problems, pattern matching.
Go problem sites
Tsumego hero – tsumego-hero.com/
Go problems – www.goproblems.com/
Go reference sites
Sensei’s Library – this is a great reference site for history, acronyms and other Go information
361 points – This site has a lot of learning resources including 15 issues of the Sydney Go Journal 361points.com/sgj/
waltheri.net/ helps your study of Joseki and Fuseki
Cosumi.net enables you to play against a reasonable robot any time, it’s free except for the advertisements. The bot is a good as many on KGS and other Go servers but you can always get a game and there’s no abuse or rude comments!
Leela – this is a very strong Go app and is free. You can play games against Leela as well as seek advice and suggestions for positions. A great tool to help you improve.
Go Write – This app has been around for a long time but is a great way to print games.
MultiGo – This is a free app that enables you to read .SGF files and comments with a large range of editing / commenting features.