Tournament Name: 
British Championship
Venue: 
Concord School
Tournament Date: 
24 October 2010

Matthew Macfadyen beat Vanessa Wong by resignation in the third British Championship title game. This gave Matthew a 2-1 lead having won the second game two weeks before. The next game in the best of five series will be scheduled early in the new year.





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Tournament Name: 
Scottish Championship
Venue: 
KGS
Tournament Date: 
24 October 2010

David Lee beat Matt Crosby in the 2010 Scottish Championship. The game third was played on KGS on 24th October and the win on time gave David the title 2-1.





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It was announced today that initial contracts for the 2nd World Mind Sports Games to be held in Manchester from 12th to 25 August 2012 have now been signed.

It is expected that there will be at least as many Go events as in the 1st WMSG in Beijing in 2008.

It is understood that Poker may be becoming provisional members of the IMSA and participating in these games.

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Tournament Name: 
London International Teams
Venue: 
Nippon Club
Tournament Date: 
17 October 2010

Mannami Kana, 4p, helped the Nippon Club team win the Autumn London International Teams. Miss Mannami was in London to help the Nippon Club celebrate its 50th anniversary and was honoured guest at the tournament. As well as helping Mr Tanaka and Mr Nao win the event, she gave a commentary on the previous week's British Title game two (in which Matthew Macfadyen beat Vanessa Wong).





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There was a meeting of BGA Council on 14th August 2010.
Here are the highlights:





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Tournament Name: 
Shrewsbury
Venue: 
Shrewsbury
Tournament Date: 
2 October 2010

Charles Fisher and his brother Freddie won half of the prizes at Shrewsbury. Charles, 1 dan London, was the event winner, beating the organiser, Gerry Mills, in the final. Freddie, 10k Shropshire, was one of two players on 2.5. The other was Pat Ridley, 11 k Chester. Pauline Bailey won a special prize for being Pauline. 32 players took part.

Results





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Tournament Name: 
Belfast
Venue: 
Belfast Boat Club
Tournament Date: 
25 September 2010 - 26 September 2010

The Belfast Open saw a fair crowd of 18 players and 1 ghost turning out to do battle. The winner was David Phillips (1 dan) of the Isle of Man, who gracefully lost his last round game thus creating a four way tie for second. Claas Roever (1 kyu) and James Hutchinson (1 kyu) shared second place on SOS, just ahead of Daniel Paraschiv (1 dan) and then Colin MacSweeny (2 kyu).





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Tournament Name: 
Swindon
Venue: 
Swindon
Tournament Date: 
19 September 2010

Alistair Wall (3 dan Wanstead) won Swindon Tournament. The only other of the 28 players to win all three was Xinyi Lu (4 kyu Maidenhead). Two Swindon players, Aidan Putman (14 kyu) and Michael Fotheringham (30 kyu), got special prizes for their jigo.





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Tournament Name: 
European Students
Venue: 
Darmstadt
Tournament Date: 
10 September 2010 - 12 September 2010

Will Brooks, the student from Cambridge, was equal third in the European Student Go Championship in Darmstadt, Germany. He only lost to the top rated player Benjamin Teuber and to the eventual winner Matthias Terwey. 22 students from 8 countries took part.

Results





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Tournament Name: 
Cornish
Venue: 
Penzance
Tournament Date: 
11 September 2010 - 12 September 2010

The two BGA teachers from the Saturday morning teaching session were the winners in the Cornish Go weekend's two tournaments. In the 16-player Cornish Lightning Handicap on the Saturday afternoon, Tony Atkins (2 dan Reading) was the winner in the final against John Culmer (1 kyu, West Cornwall) despite having to give a four-stone start.





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