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==External links==
 
==External links==
[[Image:Seattle Go Center tatami.JPG|thumb|left|This [[wikipedia:tatami|tatami]] room is the most elegant part of the go center]]
 
 
*[http://www.seattlegocenter.org/ Official site]
 
*[http://www.seattlegocenter.org/ Official site]
**[http://www.seattlegocenter.org/pictures.php Pictures]; the collection is a bit heavy on objects hanging on the walls.
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**[http://www.seattlegocenter.org/pictures.php Pictures]; the collection is a bit heavy on objects hanging on the walls, but there are some nice shots of [http://www.seattlegocenter.org/pictures.php?album=../info/seattlegocenter/albums/annv07tourn.pictures the main room, in use], as well.
 
==Other references==
 
==Other references==
 
The Sunday, March 16, 2003 ''[[Seattle Times]]'' "Living" section had a long piece on the Go Center, "Go, go, go: Ancient game of strategy captures new generation of players" by Marc Ramirez. It's good on the human interest front, but riddled with factual errors, such as thinking that local player Chris Kirschner's (eminently respectable) 4-dan amateur rating is ''stronger'' than Iwamoto's 9-dan professional rating (a 9-dan would be stronger than a 4-dan even in the same rating system; the 9-dan professional rating is the strongest recognized rating in the game).
 
The Sunday, March 16, 2003 ''[[Seattle Times]]'' "Living" section had a long piece on the Go Center, "Go, go, go: Ancient game of strategy captures new generation of players" by Marc Ramirez. It's good on the human interest front, but riddled with factual errors, such as thinking that local player Chris Kirschner's (eminently respectable) 4-dan amateur rating is ''stronger'' than Iwamoto's 9-dan professional rating (a 9-dan would be stronger than a 4-dan even in the same rating system; the 9-dan professional rating is the strongest recognized rating in the game).
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