“The Pandanet City League is looking for a few more teams,” reports TD Steve Colburn. “We are looking for some more teams for this season to fill our roster.” Talk to your club members soon – deadline is October 12 — and sign up for the Pandanet AGA City League. There are openings in all of the leagues. Email Colburn at email@example.com for more info or to register. League Managers are wanted as well; email the TD to inquire.
About 80 go players participated in a very convivial tournament near Clermont-Ferrand, on September 28-29, with Motoki Noguchi 7D winning all his games. And at the international Tournament of Lyon, 58 participants turned out on October 5-6; Thomas Debarre 6D won. Click here for results.
- Laurent Coquelet
Eight players came out to the Continental Inn in Lancaster, PA for the Fall For Go Tournament last weekend. First place certificate went to Matt Litke 9k, with five wins against all seven opponents (5-2), and second place certificate went to Bob Crites 9k, with five wins against six (5-1) opponents. Honorable mention to Marie Bartel 13k with four wins against six opponents (4-2). The tournament’s instant pairing format allowed players to start their next game almost immediately after finishing a game. “I can’t believe it’s already 5:00!” said Bob Crites after playing half a dozen back-to-back games without even taking a break for lunch.
- photo by Jason Long
The annual 28th Brussels Tournament will take place October 26-27. Because it will not be part of the European Cup this year, the tournament will be offering cash prizes for the top four players rather than ECup points. In addition, all players with four or five wins will receive a prize and there will be a tombola (lottery) with 150 EU prizes for all pre-registered players. For players who register and pay before October 20, there is a 5 EU discount. Players born after October 31, 2001 will also receive an additional 5 EU discount. For more information including schedule, venue, and accommodations, please visit the Belgian Go Federation website.
— Annalia Linnan; for complete listings, check out the European Tournament Calendar
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Romania: Larisa Popescu 2k (left) won the Romanian Cup preliminaries 1/4 CSRB hosted in Bucuresti on September 29. Behind her were Rares Ghioc 2k and Iulian Lungu 2k. Hungary: Also on September 29, the European Hans Pietsch Memorial Finals finished in Budapest with Antti Tormanen 6d in first, Pal Balogh 6d in second, and Catalin Taranu 7d in third. Austria: Though he took fifth in the European Hans Pietsch Memorial, Pavol Lisy 6d conquered the Seewinkel Go Tournament on September 22 in Apetion. Viktor Lin 6d placed second and Lukas Podpera 6d came in third.
- Annalia Linnan, based on reports from EuroGoTV, which include complete result tables and all the latest European go news