We’ve moved our start times on Tuesday back to 7p. So we’re at CoolStuff Waterford at 7p on Tuesdays.
Welp, attendance dropped off precipitously after our move to UCF. After discussions with a variety of players, we decided to go back to CoolStuff Games. Also, we will try to start a little earlier, around 6p. CoolStuff Games, Waterford 504 N. Alafaya #115, Orlando, FL
We will still meet on Tuesday nights at 7p; however, we’re going to be meeting at BurgerU on the UCF campus starting Tuesday, August 29. This is right beside the UCF arena. People can park in the Parking Garage F, which is freely available whenever there are no events at the Arena — no parking… Continue reading We’re moving our meeting location to UCF!
The 2016 Orlando Go Tournament will be held April 23 & 24. For forthcoming information and pre-registration, check our web page.
We are still meeting at CoolStuff Games; however, CoolStuff has moved to the Waterford Lakes shopping center: 504 N. Alafaya Trail, Suite 115 Orlando, FL 32828
The 9th OGT is THIS WEEKEND. Please consider pre-registering and attending. You can find more information on our OGT 2015 page. You can also download our information packet here.
We’ll be meeting at Cool Stuff Games in Winter Park for a few weeks. Cool Stuff Games – Winter Park 3592 Aloma Ave Suite 1 Winter Park, Florida 32792 http://www.coolstuffgames.com/winterpark/
Tonight, we meet at Vesprs Coffee & Allures at 7p, as usual (626 North Alafaya Trail #105, Orlando, FL 32828). However, next week we would like to try a new place. So on Tuesday, January 20, we will meet at 7p at The Cloak & Blaster, 875 Woodbury Road Suite 108, Orlando, FL 32828. Please… Continue reading Trying a new place next week
As most of you know, we meet at 7p on Tuesdays at Vesprs Coffee & Allures (626 N. Alafaya Tr. Suite 105); however, we’ve had some trouble with new people finding the location. Perhaps this link will help. Or an embedded map like so:
The Orlando Go Tournament was held this past weekend, Saturday April 12 and Sunday April 13. There were five rounds. Thirty-four players participated in the event, with strengths ranging from 21 kyu to 5 dan. There were four divisions, and the winners of each division are listed below. Please thank and support Slate & Shell… Continue reading Another Successful OGT