apetresc at gmail.com
Mon Feb 6 13:42:49 PST 2017
It is a Korean server run by, as far as I can tell, a for-profit Korean
company. There are players of all levels, with significantly more high-dans
than you can typically find on something like KGS or IGS (including, as you
mentioned, many pros. I think Tygem and Fox cover the vast, vast majority
of recreational online play by pros).
It's mostly Korean, but there are rooms for Chinese, Japanese, and "World"
players as well. Anybody can join and play, although some rooms and
features are restricted by rank and by whether you've bought premium access.
If you're a serious player, you definitely will want to familiarize
yourself with it.
On Mon, Feb 6, 2017 at 4:27 PM, Richard J Lorentz <lorentz at csun.edu> wrote:
> Can anyone tell me a bit more about the go server Tygem? I am intrigued by
> the apparent level of players that participate. Who runs this server? Are
> serious games and/or tournaments played on it? What sort of time controls
> are typically used there? Apparently professionals play on it (as did
> Master, which is what prompts this message). Can anybody join and play? Is
> it mostly used by players from a certain country?
> Any information is greatly appreciated.
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