The go camp will offer various go activities, for all levels, from beginner to 5 dan, along a schedule that will be shared between ski (in the morning) and go (in the afternoon and evening). Registration for the go camp does not take in charge the ski part.

Basic format

  • workshops in small groups of similar levels
  • lectures
  • simultaneous games with go teachers
  • reading exercices (tesuji, tsumego…)
  • challenges like problems contests
  • evenings (blitz tournament, rengo, other playful and friendly evenings…)

Full-go format

For the passionate players, we propose a “full-go” format, in which you will benefit, in addition to the programme described above, of a personalised follow-up, analysis of your strong and weak points and an individual programme to help you to progress (reviews of games played at the TIGGRE – Ellie Cup for those having participated). This format is proposed to players stronger than 10 kyu. It will cost 100€ more than the basic format. You will find it as an option in the registration form.

Attention: The “full-go” format will be limited to 20 participants!

Go teachers

We are happy to introduce the go teachers who will (almost surely) be present at the Go & Ski Winter Camp 2022.

Inseong Hwang, the Grand Master, 8 dan, head of the Yunguseng Dojang named after him. He will organise the team of go teachers and will be particularly involved in the “full-go” format.

Seong-jin Kim, 8 dan, is number 2 on the EGF rating list. He is a famous teacher who has been very active in the Yunguseng Dojang and JIGS (Jena International Go Schol).

Tanguy Le Calvé, 1p, has become the 7th European professional in 2019. He teaches go on internet and has been a go teacher in many go camps in France (summer camp, youth camp…).

Motoki Noguchi, 7 dan, Frenh open champion in 2021, has been a go teacher in many go camps in France and Germany. He has written several go books considered as bedside reading by many players: “Le langage des pierres”, “Tsumego”, “Itinéraire d’un maître de go: Cho Chikun”…

Lucas Neirynck, 6 dan, Open French champion in 2020, several times Belgian champion, teaches go in Paris. He has organised many training camps in France and abroad.

Florent Labouret, 5 dan, French open vice-champion in 2021, is a famous go teacher of the Grenoble Go Club (teaching go at the Grenoble Go School). He is a regular teacher in training camps (summer camp and youth camp) and was also present at the first Go&Ski Winter Camp.

Denis Karadaban, 5 dan, 2020 French champion, is also a famous go teacher of the Grenoble Go Club. He was already present at the first Go&Ski Winter Camp.

Camille Lévêque, 2 dan, is 2020 female French vice-champion. She teaches go at the École de Go de Grenoble and she loves playing unicolor go!