All games played handicap (0.5 rounded down).
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.
The bar was at 3d (Piers Shepperson was incorrectly placed above the bar when joining the event late). Handicap and no-komi games are in red.
The 2011 tournament scene saw the new generation starting to dominate the winners' list, with Andrew Simons and Andrew Kay doing well, and Nick Krempel doing well in the British Championship. Vanessa Wong continued to well internationally.
Reproduced from the congress booklet
Games records are available in sgf format.
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The three classic Go novels are "The Master of Go" ("Meijin") by Yasunari Kawabata, "The Girl who Played Go" by Shan Sa and "First Kyu" by Dr Sung-Hwa Hong.
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 British Pair Go Championship was held at the Compleat Angler in Marlow, Bucks, on Sunday 24th September 1995.
It was divided into three sections.