The 43rd British Go Congress was held in Scotland’s capital city, Edinburgh. 74 players took part in the British Open, held at the University Union building, Teviot Row House. Andrew Kay (4 dan Cambridge) won with 6/6. Jon Diamond (4 dan Silver Springs) was in second place with 5/6. Also winning 5 was local player Boris Mitrovic (8 kyu).
The 43rd British Go Congress was held in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh. 74 players took part in the British Open, held at the University Union building, Teviot Row House.
In this handicap event the winners were Bracknell (3/3); runners up were Maidenhead (2/3).
Players winning 3/3 were Ian Marsh, Edmund Shaw and France Ellul.
Tony Atkins won the 10x10 side tournament.
The 2010 Youth Championships had 22 competitors aged from 6 to 19, with strengths from 1 kyu to 35 kyu. The library at Loughborough Grammar School served as a fine venue. Tian Ren Chen from
This year Cambridge moved back from March to February and from the hospital to a city centre location. 46 players attend the event at St. Colomba's Church. Romanian 6 dan player Robert Mateescu, now in Cambridge, won the tournament, beating Matthew Macfadyen in the final. Matthew was equal second with Tim Hunt.