All games played at handicap+1.
Main Tournament winner: Matthew Macfadyen (6d Leamington) 5/5. 2nd in main tournament: Matthew Cocke (5d Epsom) 4/5. Other main tournament prizewinners: Oscar Selby (9k Epsom) 5/5, Paul Barnard (1k Swindon) 4/5, Richard Wheeldon (5k South London) 4/5, David Cantrell (5k South London) 4/5, Jill Segerman (9k Brighton/Arundel) 4/5.
Afternoon tournament winner: Shigehiko Uno (4d Toky
The Go Open at the 17th Mind Sports Olympiad in London was won by Paul Taylor. He won his Gold by winning all four games, including the final where he beat tournament arbiter Tony Atkins into silver position by half a point. The bronze went to Michael Webster who squeezed out Alistair Wall on tie-break. The best kyu player prize went to Paolo Rosario from Portugal.
In this tournament, a professional game had been chosen which had a close result and was adjudged close after the fuseki. Each player played this same game four times, twice as black and twice as white.
Held at the 17th MSO at University of London Union.
Handicap games are in red.
Held at University of London Union, Malet Street, London.
Gold: Chris Volk
Silver: Jay Rastall
Bronze: Martyn Hamer (after play-off)
There was much fun and many games at the Isle of Man Go Festival. The 11th Go Week on the Isle of Man was held as before in Port Erin and attracted a good crowd from the UK, Ireland and even as far as Japan.
The 42 player Open was won for the first time by Matthew Macfadyen. Often in the past he had acted as teacher and not played in the Open.
A Sino-British Weiqi Cultural Exchange event is being held on 7th September 2013, starting at 1pm in the British Museum, London in the Hugh and Catherine Stevenson Lecture Theatre.
The Isle of Man afternoon tournament is a three-round McMahon tournament taking place on the first three afternoons of the Isle of Man Go Festival.
The bar was at 1d. Handicap and no-komi games are in red.
The Isle of Man Main tournament takes place in the mornings of the Isle of Man Go Festival.
The bar was at 2d. Handicap and no-komi games are in red.