We'd like to apologise for the pictures from the London Open that were missing from previous reports.
They have now been uploaded again, so please visit the Final report to see them.
Information correct at time of posting - check the Tournament Calendar for latest
Information now archived
The London Open kicked off with more than 100 players from 23 countries in round one and more than 120 players in total. On hand to do teaching was Korean Professional Miss Ko Juyeong. On the second evening the 16 team Pair Go was won by Ko Juyeong and Chong Han.
The London Open kicked off with more than 100 players from 23 countries in round one and over 120 expected in all. On hand to do teaching was Korean Professional Miss Ko Joyeong. On the second evening the 16 team Pair Go was won by Ko Juyeong and Chong Han.
If you register for next year European Go Congress in Bonn by the end of this year, you can still take advantage of a reduced registration fee.
The third season of the online team league and the first season of the online Individual League concluded on 17th December 2011.
After some adjustments, awarding draws in unplayed games, the winners of the online team league, taking the GoGoD shield, were Central London Go Club A.
Winning Division 2 and promotion to division 1 were St Albans Go Club team.
Winning Division 3 and promotion
Yet another loss in the Pandanet European Championship...
The two newcomers to our team did not have a good time - Bei Ge losing a very close game on the first board against the top Israeli Ali Jabarin, actually playing from Korea where we think he's undergoing some Baduk training, and David Ward on last board struggling with using Pandanet for the first time, also losing.
Jon Diamond screwe
China were unbeaten in all five matches to win the team event at the first SportAccord World Mind Games in Beijing. They beat Europe, Taiwan and finally the US 5-0; in round 2 they had beaten Korea 3-2 and in round 4 had beaten Japan 4-1. Second place went to Korea who only lost to China and beat Japan in the last round 4-1.
At the request of the Brazilian Go Association we have given them permission to translate into Portuguese articles from the British Go Journal, with appropriate acknowledgements. This will help them popularise the game in Brazil, where the 2016 World Mind Sports Games is scheduled to be held.
Hopefully this will also help promote Go in Portugal, Mozambique, Angola and other Portuguese-speaking
Some of the eagle-eyed amongst you will have noticed that Council decided at its last meeting to cease printing and posting our Newsletter, with the April 2012 issue being the last.