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Quarz Go Club

The club of Go players was created in March 2017 on the initiative of the readers.

Go is an ancient abstract logical board game that requires strategic thinking. Today it is one of the most popular board games worldwide. It is also one of the five mind sports of the World Mind Sports Games. Go is a complex training for the brain. The game develops logical and strategic thinking, the ability to find flexible and non-standard solutions.

Playing Go in our club is FREE. We would be glad to welcome beginners, as well as seasoned players! Would you like to improve your tactical and strategic thinking, engage in an exciting and benefitial activity in your free time? Join our club!

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What you can expect at our meetings:

  • Go matches;
  • peer tournaments;
  • training for beginners;
  • learning about the history and philosophy of the game;
  • reading books about the game.

and other activities.

Who can be a member:

Age: 6+

How often do we meet:

Every Sunday at 12:00.


  • Club leader: Timofey Kruglov
  • Club coordinator: Margarita Nizovtseva, Head of Circulation
  • Phone: +7 (8212) 24 04 59
  • E-mail:
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