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  • Internet Go Server - Play go online using the IGS protocol with a client or by telnet. Popular and usually busy.
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  • Dragon Go Server - DGS is a place where you can play turn-based Go games. It functions more or less the same way as playing Go games via email or postcard would be. You play via a simple web interface: no Java, JavaScript or anything to install.
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  • Free Internet Correspondence Chess and Go Server - A free server for correspondence Go and Chess.
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  • Go Servers News and Sensations - Daily news from Go servers - KGS, IGS, Tygem, Cyberoro, Dashn and others, commented games, real names of top players.
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  • Go Servers, Etc. - Details on the various ways to play go online against others. Includes a recent list of go servers, including those without webpages. From the British Go Association.
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  • GoShrine - GoShrine is a web based go server with a simple clean interface. No downloads are necessary.
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  • Kiseido Go Server - Server for reviewing games with an opponent, accessible with a client or online using Java.
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  • Social network for Go players - The first social network for Go fans started by 7-time European Go champion Alexandr Dinerchtein
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  • Web go rating - Rating list for Go-related websites and blogs. Detail statistic.
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  • World-Wide Internet Gokaisho - Go server based in Japan. Play via telnet or a client, or with java on the web.
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