Here are the current standings in the 2017 Double-Digit Kyu Grand Prix.
Positions after Maidenhead Tournament.
|Qiang Wu||15k||No Club||80|
These are the standings in the 2017 Youth Grand Prix, after the Maidenhead Tournament.
The top 3 players at the end of any current calendar year win cash prizes.
The bar was at 2d. Handicap and no-komi games are in red.
All games played handicap (half rounded down). Photos
The bar is at 4d. Handicap and no-komi games are in red. The tie-break of SOS does not break the tie between Seong-Jin and Qiuchi, so the win is joint; the prize money for first and second place is split evenly between them and both of their names will appear on the trophy and hall of fame.
The bar was at 1d. Handicap and no-komi games are in red.
Only two teams took part: Wanstead 5 - 4 Nippon Club.
All games played handicap minus one.
The bar was at 3d. Handicap and no-komi games are in red.
The 2016 British Youth Go Championships (BYGC) featured 43 competitors, aged from 5 to 17 (including two foreign players currently resident in the UK), with strengths from 2 dan to 37 kyu.
The National Space Centre in Leicester was the venue, with an elongated lunch break allowing a chance to see some of the exhibitions.
Youth Champion: Zaki Betesh (Elom Willson)
U18: Elom Willson (Alex Terry)
U16: Zaki Betesh (Tom Bradbury)
U14: Josh Gorman (Aidan Wong)
U12: Edmund Smith (Alexander Hsieh)
U10: Hanna Kudla (Sam Beck)
U8: George Han (Jianzhou Mei)
The bar was at 1k. Handicap and no-komi games are in red.