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.
A 3 Round McMahon tournament, still held in Cambridge.
There will be prizes for the overall winner, players on three wins, and probably some others. If games are recorded we shall try to arrange for stronger players to review in time available.
3 round McMahon, with 60 minutes + increasing overtime (30 stones in the first 5 minutes, then 50 stones in 5 minutes thereafter).
Parkside Community College, Parkside, Cambridge
Past Winners and Results:
- 2014 Jon Diamond
- 2012 , 2013 Andrew Simons
- 2011 David Ward
- 2010 Robert Mateescu
- 2009 Andrew Kay
- 2008 Shaoyou Ouyang
- 2007 Jaeup Kim
- 2006 Ben He
- 2004 , 2005 Li Shen
- 2003 Young Kim
- 2002 Seong-June Kim
- 2001 Des Cann
- 2000 Seong-June Kim / Francis Roads / Alistair Wall / David Ward
- 1999 Seong-June Kim
- 1998 Des Cann / Matthew Cocke
- 1997 Matthew Cocke
- 1996 John Rickard
- 1995 Matthew Macfadyen / Matthew Cocke
- 1994 T.Mark Hall / John Rickard
- 1993 Shun Nagano
- 1992 Edmund Shaw
- 1991 Des Cann
- 1988 - 1990 Matthew Macfadyen
- 1987 Edmund Shaw
- 1986 J. Y. Lee
- 1985 Jim Barty
- 1982 - 1984 Terry Stacey
- 1981 F. Kong
- 1980 Terry Stacey
- 1979 Matthew Macfadyen
- 1977, 1978 Katsumi Matsumoto
- 1976 Paul Prescott
- 1975 unknown
- 1974 R. Ku
Train: From the Cambridge rail station, the venue is about 1 mile North-West (15 minutes walk).
You may also catch any one of several buses going towards the city centre and get off by the bus station and walk back along Parkside.
Car: Free parking on site. Enter from the Parkside entrance.
Bus: The venue is near to the central bus and coach station area. (It is less than 5 minutes' walk away along Parkside.)
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