The Instant Go Set: A free printable Go board and stones

Do you want to learn Go but don’t have a Go set?

  • Do you already know how to play Go and want to teach the game to some friends?
  • Do you want to make a Go board?

Then the Instant Go Set is just what you need, because it lets you make a Go board in no time at all.

Get your Go set for free and don’t wait for the postman

We’re excited about the Instant Go Set!

It’s a free Go board with stones that you can download and print out at home. It’s designed to help you start playing Go right away.

Once you download the file you can make as many Go sets as you want or need. You won’t have to pay any money or wait weeks for something to arrive in the mail.

How to get it

We’ve already been giving the Instant Go Set away to beginners who are doing our free Go course, Learn Go The Easy Way.

Of course, if you subscribe to our free weekly newsletter, you’ve also known about this free Go set for weeks – because newsletter subscribers always hear our exciting news before anyone else does.

But we thought there might still be some other people who don’t know about the Instant Go Set yet and would find it useful.

Two ways to download the Instant Go Set

  1. Get our free newsletter delivered by email and always find out about all our new stuff as soon as it’s available – Learn More
  2. Join our free Go course for beginners and also get the Instant Go Set, so you can get started with Go right now – Click here

Over to you

That’s all I have to say, how about you? Let me know what you think of the Instant Go Set by leaving your comment below.

About David Ormerod

David is a Go enthusiast who’s played the game for more than a decade. He likes learning, teaching, playing and writing about the game Go. He's taught thousands of people to play Go, both online and in person at schools, public Go demonstrations and Go clubs. David is a 5 dan amateur Go player who competed in the World Amateur Go Championships prior to starting Go Game Guru. He's also the editor of Go Game Guru.

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  1. scwizard says:

    Awesome, I’ve been looking for something like this for a while.

  2. I already used it in go class that we are doing here in chile =)

  3. Lover of Go says:

    Awesome! How about a 19×19 one?

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