81. Girls aloud - and the've got the men sized up
80. History of go rules - a great detective story
79. Omweso to go - Charles Matthews boosts Uganda's Dan efforts
78. Dreams do come true - GoGoD's TMH on Cloud 9
77. Ladders again - but with a twist
76. It's Junior Board - the craze that's not sweeping the world (but could)
75. More mimicry in memorable mirror go - but still no cigar for White
74. Some reflections on mirror go - how to dazzle against it
73. Some new openings - joseki for cannibals
72. Fujisawa Hideyuki - greatness by any name
71. The Japanese Chinese, Part 3 - plus the English Chinese
70. The Japanese Chinese, Part 2 - sideways this time
69. Earliest taisha discovered - first of 1,000 variations
68. The Japanese Chinese - a new species
67. Triple trouble - spooky goings on in Ingland
66. Go migrants - where have all the flowers gone?
65. Bao Yun - masked record-breaker
64. Cho dithers - rules poser in the Kisei
63. Four-handed go - it's all in the cards
62. How to be strong - it's all about timing
61. French rules - BGA, AGA, FFG, what's it all mean?
60. Mori Hironobu - Japan's refeshingly level-headed WAGC rep
59. Goldilocks and the Three Ladders - and the mystery of the giant seki
58. Our Man in Gamagori - Pieter Mioch has a ringside seat at the Judan
57. The case of the missing moves - and other oddities
56. Let battle commence - new developments in the Chinese fuseki
55. Colour-coordinated go - how to patronise the patrons
54. Early rules - laying down the law
53. Korea's first world champion - revealed thanks to forgery
52. CSI: Go Board - can you find the killer?
51. Sunjang baduk - more to it than meets the eye
50. Anniversary time - pre-teen commentary
49. Japan's fingertip players - leading the way
48. Errors - are they inevitable?
47. Hard tsumego - Cho U's challenge to Igo Hatsuyoron
46. Studying the stars - Yamabe's take on opening theory
45. Robert who? - German and American win in first international tournament
44. Go diplomacy - as mysterious as U and non-U43. Old in Go - is a Zimmer frame the new go accessory?
42. Seeing the error of your ways - go's new ology
41. Ma Rong's Rhapsody - going overboard on go
40. Are the joseki books wrong? - we dye for you
39. Feet first - a new way to play go
38. Spot the blunders - play like the pros!
37. The rules debate - new evidence from ancient China
36. World Amateur in Japan - live reports from Pieter Mioch
35. Kita Fumiko and Jikoson - the women in The Master of Go
34. Sexy Sekis - the intertwining of bodies gets out of hand?
33. Tale of Genji - have translators done justice to go and Murasaki Shikibu?
32. Strange encounters - What has Yokohama Mary to do with go?
31. The 39 Steps - classic thrillers on the go board
30. Long life - is go the elixir?
29. Serendipity - confessions of a database compiler
28. Gokyo Seimyo - Genbi's innovative classic
27. Firsts in go - the NIGness book of go records
26. Kansai Ki-in star's revelations - an exclusive GoGoD interview
25. Go in Manchuria - in both senses
24. A wry look at go players - the earthy wit of senryu
23. Ko insights from Yuki Satoshi - pros continue to reveal their secrets
22. A rare four-stone game - Inagaki Kanetaro proves a tough taskmaster
21. Genan's Supernova - beginning of the endgame
20. Wang Xi's 10 strategies - novel ways to handle orphans
19. Karigane Junichi - the gentle samurai
18. Rare even game - a new game by Go Seigen against amateurs uncovered
17. Top Koreans - China's take on who's gold, silver and bronze
16. New Korean ranking system - follow Tiger Yi
15. Tibetan go - in Shangri-la
14. Korean fuseki - it does exist!
13. Star wars - Yi and Yoda trade novelties
12. Go Seigen - the Mystic Emperor reveals some secrets
11. Avalanche III - Revolutionary whole-board thinking in the nadare
10. Jowa vs. Chitoku - new insights into classic go
9. Kato Masao - Tribute by Ishida Yoshio to friend who died 2004-12-30
8. Rara avis lays egg - Rare move by Black begets new move by White
7. Kansai Ki-in - Oteai ends, new promotion rules
6. Chang Hao's new move - but imported from Korea!
5. Komi - new discovery pushes back first appearance 100 years
4. Avalanche II - yet another nadare innovation
3. Retrospective - most novel move of 2004?
2. Everybody asleep? - unremarked new move by Yamashita Keigo
1. The Avalanche - still capable of surprises. Where next?