- Sensei's Library - Very popular Wiki with a tremendous amount of information. Highly recommended.
- Eidogo - Web based interactive database for studying Joseki and searching for positions.
- Josekipedia - Web based Joseki database.
- BruGo - Web based interactive database for study of Joseki.
- LifeIn19x19 - Popular Go forum.
- Go4Go - Large number of free professional game records updated daily.
- Go Sensations - Daily news and game records from major internet go servers.
- Go Teaching Ladder - Large archive of commented amature games. You can submit your own games to be reviewed by a stronger player.
Free Internet Go Servers
- KGS - Probably the most popular English speaking Go server. Go here first and check the other servers out later. For $5 a month you can subscribe to KGS Plus and watch lectures and lessons by professionals. Lectures are recorded on the server and can be watched at any time.
- IGS - The first Go server ever, launched in 1992 by the Japanese Go Association. Still very popular, and does have an small English speaking community. Not as easy to use as KGS, and there's a good chance your opponent won't speak English. Often broadcasts Japanese title matches.
- WBaduk - Formerly known as CyberOro, this is the Korean Go server. The interface is a little difficult to use, and there is almost no English spoken on the server. However there are many strong players, and every night there are many profesional games relayed live from Korea, China, Japan, and Taiwan. Beginners will find KGS more useful, but WBaduk is a favorite among dan level players.
Books and Equipment
- Kiseido - Runs the KGS go server. Good selection of books. Only carries high end equipment.
- Slate & Shell - Large selection of books.
- Yellow Mountain Imports - Excellent selection of boards, stones, and books. If you're looking to buy a Go set, check here!
- Drago SGF Editor - Create, Display, Edit, and Print game records. Many different print layouts and styles. If you are printing profesional games for study, use this.
- Kombilo - Allows you to import large number of SGF game records and perform pattern searches. Places labels on the board showing the most popular next moves. You must provide the SGF's. Very useful for studying Joseki and Fuseki.