|Current Tournaments||Junior (Youth) Winners||Current Tournaments
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|Title||Next Tournament Date||Month||Start Year||Description||Title Holder||Trophy||Web site|
|Youth Grand Prix||1993||
This runs throughout the year and is not a specific tournament. Junior players score points for each tournament they enter, with additional points being scored for each game that they win.
The top three players at the end of the year hold the trophies for a year and receive a winners' certificate plus a cash prize, presented at the...
|Edmund Smith||Youth GP Winners|
One of the oldest events in the UK, this event was for many years run by Bristol club in the town hall in Marlborough in Wiltshire, a location chosen to easy driving in pre-motorway days. It then moved to Keynsham before settling down in Bath, with that club taking over running it.
Now a 3 round McMahon, but formerly 4 rounds, taking...
|Tongzhou Cai||Bath Go Club|
|Welwyn Garden City||March||2011||
Originally held in the Welwyn Garden City Bridge Club room at Gosling Stadium in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire.
|Welsh Open||20/06/2015 - 21/06/2015||June||1993||
Apart from the first year, which was 3 rounds on one day, this is a 5-round McMahon tournament held over a weekend in June. It has always been held in the West Wales seaside resort of Barmouth.
|UK Go Challenge Finals||June||2004||
Based on the UK Chess Challenge, the UK Go Challenge is for schools and junior players. Heats are run in schools, with an overall Final which can be also attended by junior players who did not play in a heat. See ukgochallenge.com.
|Melchior Chui||Go Challenge|
A tournament held over a weekend, at UCC in Cork, Ireland.
This originated as the Cambridge Tournament, but it was renamed in 1977 in honour of Nicolaus Trigantius, a monk who travelled to China in the 17th Century and wrote about Go.
|Three Peaks||14/11/2015 - 15/11/2015||November||1993||
Originally held in The Marton Arms in Thornton in Lonsdale, which was then owned by Go player Tim Hazleden. It continued for several years there after Tim's tragic death and raised money for local charities. Eventually it had to find a new location and moved via another pub, which closed shortly thereafter, to the Commodore Inn in Grange-over-...
|Thames Valley Team Trophy||April||1985||
A team event for clubs located in the tideless part of the Thames Valley. It was a League until 1993 and has been a one day tournament on Easter Monday since then (often known by lots of Ts, eg TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT).
Note the Broken Go Stone Trophy is not the original broken stone as it got broken.
2013 awarded on team result at...
At the first event, National Power was sponsor and provided the venue. After a few years at a social club, the event is now held in the Even Swindon Committee Centre.
|Jitka Bartova||Swindon Go Club|