UK Tournament Result

Tournament Name: 
Isle of Man Handicap
Tournament Date: 
25 August 2010 - 26 August 2010

In the Handicap, played Wednesday and Thursday, the winner by tie-break was Peter Collins; also on 4 out of 5 were Luke Humphreys, Barney Shiu and Roella Smith (the last two both juniors).

All games played at Handicap plus 2 (as shown in brackets).





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Tournament Name: 
Isle of Man Afternoon
Tournament Date: 
22 August 2010 - 24 August 2010

Oscar Selby, aged 7, became the youngest winner of a Manx Go event at the recent Isle of Man Go Week. He won the 13x13 and also the Rengo (doubles) with Matthew Cocke. Not much older was the winner of the Lightning Tournament, Barney Shiu.





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Tournament Name: 
Isle of Man Main
Tournament Date: 
22 August 2010 - 26 August 2010

Oscar Selby, aged 7, became the youngest winner of a Manx Go event at the recent Isle of Man Go Week. He won the 13x13 and also the Rengo (doubles) with Matthew Cocke. Not much older was the winner of the Lightning Tournament, Barney Shiu.





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Tournament Name: 
MSO
Tournament Date: 
29 August 2010

There were no British players winning Go Golds at this year's Mind Sports Olympiad. The event was held at the Soho Theatre in the centre of London and had restricted space, meaning less events than normal.

Six players played the 13x13 on the Friday afternoon, with Gold going to Spain's Paco Garcia de la Banda (3 dan).





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Tournament Name: 
MSO 13x13
Tournament Date: 
27 August 2010

There were no British players winning Go Golds at this year's Mind Sports Olympiad. The event was held at the Soho Theatre in the centre of London and had restricted space, meaning less events than normal.





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Tournament Name: 
UK Go Challenge
Tournament Date: 
10 July 2010

Held at St Mary's Priory RC Junior School, Harringay, London

Age group categories determined by knockout system.





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Tournament Name: 
Milton Keynes
Tournament Date: 
4 July 2010

30 players attended this year's MK, held on a Sunday at a new time of year and in the newly built Hub and adjacent hall at the OU. Winner was Mathieu Delli-Zotti, a French 1 kyu now living in Brighton. Also winning three were Graham Philips (2 kyu) and Steve Bailey (4 kyu). The best team was Cambridge who won 2/3 of their games.





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Tournament Name: 
Welsh Open
Tournament Date: 
26 June 2010 - 27 June 2010

For the second weekend running, Yohei Negi ended a tournament equal on wins with two others at the top of the table. This time a tie-breaker was in use and so he won ahead of Matthew Scott and Sandy Taylor by one SOS point, retaining the Welsh Open title he won last year.





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Tournament Name: 
Durham
Tournament Date: 
19 June 2010 - 20 June 2010

The biggest Durham Go Tournament ever saw 54 people gathering at St John's College, Durham for two days and a lot of Go.





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Tournament Name: 
British Pair Go
Tournament Date: 
13 June 2010

This year the Pair Go Championships, the 20th, were held again at the Foxcombe Lodge Hotel, Boars Hill near Oxford, thanks to new proprietor Gary Adams. Last year's winners Kirsty Healey and Matthew Macfadyen lost in round two to Alison and Simon Bexfield, but Alison and Simon lost the final.





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