Little Golem

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I recently registered at Little Golem. It's a play-by-web site featuring a selection of games. StreetSoccer should be of interest to some (looks like Iain tried it), I'm there mostly to play Go. The interface is inferior to my regular haunt, Dragon Go Server, but Little Golem has something Dragon still hasn't: well-organised tournaments. Little Golem has a clever, computer-operated tournament system. There are rating tournaments for players of equal rank, monthly tournaments for players of any rank and championship leagues to determine the true masters.

The system is fun and the tournaments spice up things. I'll probably keep single games of Go to Dragon, but I think I'll reduce those even more and focus a bit on the tournaments. I even joined a Chess tournament!

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This page contains a single entry by Mikko published on August 21, 2004 1:59 PM.

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