Goservers without English support
This page list Go servers that do not (yet) have english language support
See Go servers for a list of servers that do have english language support
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- Windows only client
- port 9696
same as http://www.weiqi.cn/
- port 9696
- Same client software as Tygem
- Big Chinese go server, co-operates with Tygem
- Seems like it might be a general games site with Go
- Chinese language only, but the Tom Go Server page has instructions on how to register and get started
- Big chinese go server with many strong players, co-operates with Korean Tygem
( http://sports.sohu.com/qipai.shtml) • Qingfeng is now automatically redirected to Sohu.
- QQ is the most popular free instant messaging service in China. Besides chatting, it is possible for QQ members to play multi-player games with each other. Go is one of them, but there are many more.
In order to play Go on QQ, you need to install the QQ messenger software ( http://pc.qq.com/), and the gaming add-on ( http://qqgame.qq.com/). There are many players online, but generally weaker than eweiqi? and Tom.
China Wei Qi Network?
- Fairly big server with strong players
- Has a betting system
- Korean (origin) and Chinese (will lead you to the Chinese Go server Qingfeng)languages
- Previously known as Neostone.
- This is reputedly the best server in existence... if you speak Korean. astonish? I've discovered that there is a Japanese registration site and client too: ( http://www.tygem.co.jp/)
iPad owners can now play on Tygem via an app.
- Run by the Nihon Kiin, recent pro games, occasionally with (Japanese) commentary are also available. Japanese client for CyberOro/wbaduk.
- Japanese client for Tygem servers