My nickname is Aivonix. I have started to play this game as a way of competitive fun, which later on turned into a more social/eventful experience. Currently I am busy studying 3rd year at university and do not have the time to properly play and progress through the ranks, as I want to. But very soon I will have the time to play some go properly and that is what I am waiting for!
We, the go players in Bulgaria, are a growing comunity, and the best is yet to come! Watch out EU, watch out go world! You are gonna hear from us :).
- Member of the Bulgarian Go Association. http://www.bga.bg.
Winner of 2008's BGC http://bga.bg/content/view/153/1/
Participated in the KPMC's International Amateur Baduk Championship, 2011 and represented Bulgaria.
http://www.gokgs.com/servlet/graph/Aivonix-en_US.png - my rank graph (ha!, this is not as useful for a rank at the moment as I play on various other nicknames, but this IS still my nickname, nontheless)
Soon to be added a list of Go books that I have read and comment on. The idea is for anyone who reads my Sensei's page to have an idea of what it took me to get to the level I am at currently.
I had a list of people that I formerly acknowledged as good go players that have in some way or form helped me not be bored while playing and thus taught me the game, in a way. Since that list has extended quite drastically from what it was before, I am just going to give honours to all those that had, are and will have me entertained on the go board. ;).