Roella Smith from Milton near Cambridge won this year's UK Go Challenge Finals. 29 of the best players from 5 school heats and other youngsters took part. Roella was also top girl. She beat the top boy, Barney Shiu, into second place by a half-point win in their game.
Held at St Mary's Priory RC Junior School, Harringay, London
Age group categories determined by knockout system.
I've put in a few changes to the online league site to provide for the forthcoming Individual League.
People can update their status under "Update account" to indicate that they want to play in the Individual League. At the moment they'll just get plonked into the one and only division - we'll decide how the league is structured when we see how many people want to be included.
p> 30 players attended this year's MK, held at a new time of year and held in the newly built Hub and adjacent hall at the OU. Winner was Mathieu Delli-Zotti, a French 1 kyu now living in Brighton. Also winning three were Graham Philips (2 kyu) and Steve Bailey (4 kyu).
30 players attended this year's MK, held on a Sunday at a new time of year and in the newly built Hub and adjacent hall at the OU. Winner was Mathieu Delli-Zotti, a French 1 kyu now living in Brighton. Also winning three were Graham Philips (2 kyu) and Steve Bailey (4 kyu). The best team was Cambridge who won 2/3 of their games.
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From 2010, the London Open rules of play are the AGA-style rules, with the one exception that the illegal move rule is replaced by the EGF rule 4 below. The London Open Rules implements the second option for the rules of play in the EGF General Tournament Rules.
These pictures give you some idea of what it was like at the 2009 London Open. Not shown is the convenient Bistro in the premises where you can get a good meal and refreshments at meal times. International Students House also has a bar and provides internet access.
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