August 2002

The 1999 British Go Championship has been decided by a five-game match held at various venues. The successful defending title-holder is Matthew Macfadyen. The challenger was Matthew Cocke.





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Summary

The 1998 British Go Championship was decided by a five-game match held at various venues. The defending title-holder was Matthew Macfadyen. The challenger was Edmund Shaw.





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These were the rules in force during 2000 and 2001. The rules currently in force are slightly different.

This set of rules refers to the following championships:





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Tournament Name: 
MSO Open
Tournament Date: 
15 August 2002

Medal winners:

Gold:Matthew Macfadyen
Silver:Alex Selby
Bronze:Mark Collinson





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Tournament Name: 
Epsom
Tournament Date: 
10 August 2002

Seong-June Kim won the main tournament. Also going on was the first game in the 5 game British Championship match, between the challenger Matthew Cocke and the champion Matthew Macfadyen. Matthew Macfadyen won.

The bar was at 5 dan. Brackets indicate handicap or no-komi games.





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These are the official results, but Piers Shepperson actually won in rounds 8 and 9.
SOS and SODOS data removed for space reasons.





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These are the official results, but Piers Shepperson actually won in rounds 8 and 9.
SOS and SODOS data removed for space reasons.





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