The NYIG adult class is a designated Go course for adult students with better logical thinking ability and stronger internal motive of learning. This course emphasizes the thinking process throughout the opening, middle game, and end game stages of Go, thus achieving the dual purposes of improvement and motivation. Classes are taught by professional-level instructors and meet 3-4 times a month on Saturday late morning.
Levels: from new players to 3D
Time: 10:30 to 13:00, every Saturday except the first Saturday of each month (Monthly Tournament).
Venue: New York Institute of Go, 255-05 Northern Blvd, Little Neck, NY.
Tuition: One FREE Trial Class when you register for the following session at the end (only $40 otherwise).
$450 for a 6-class ongoing session.
Students are divided into 2 groups based on level:
Group A: Beginner and double digit kyu players
Group B: Single digit kyu and low dan players
10:30 - 11:00
Lecture for all students on playing strategies and reading tactics.
11:00 - 12:00
Lecture for Group A: Go rules, go etiquette, go terminologies, basic skills. Paired practice Group B.
12:00 - 13:00
Paired practice for Group A. Group B: Advanced playing skills which include but is not limited to opening, joseki, tesuji, and end game.