UK Tournament Result

Tournament Name: 
British Youth Championship
Tournament Date: 
14 March 2010

The 2010 Youth Championships had 22 competitors aged from 6 to 19, with strengths from 1 kyu to 35 kyu. The library at Loughborough Grammar School served as a fine venue. Tian-Ren Chen from Loughborough retained the youth championship with 5 straight wins including beating Aston's Mazhar Warraich. Prizes and places went to:



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Tournament Name: 
Skye
Tournament Date: 
13 March 2010 - 14 March 2010

The Isle of Skye Go Club hosted their first tournament at the Tongadale Hotel in Portree. 32 players took part in the main event, consisting of a mix of locals players and players from Scotland, England and even Switzerland.

Winner was Matthew Macfadyen (6 dan Leamington) winning all six games. Second on four wins were Yohei Negi and Francis Roads, both 3 dan. Another six players won four, but the only player to win five out of six was Philipp Reinhard (3 kyu) from Zurich.

The bar was at 2d. Handicap and no-komi games are in red.



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Tournament Name: 
Nottingham
Tournament Date: 
27 February 2010

Nottingham University hosted the 7th Nottingham after a 22 year break. 42 players took part. Winner was Alex Selby (4 dan Cambridge) despite losing his last game to Sandy Taylor (1 dan Durham).

As well as Sandy, the players who won all 3 were Ben Ellis (6 kyu Leicester) and Pat Ridley (10 kyu Chester). Elliot Mintz from Nottingham University got the fighting spirit prize. The Go-word quiz was won by Ingrid Jendrzejewski and Alistair Turnbull from Cambridge.

Offsite report + photos

The bar was at 2d. Handicap and no-komi games are in red.



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Tournament Name: 
Trigantius
Tournament Date: 
20 February 2010

This year Cambridge moved the Trigantius back from March to February and from the hospital to a city centre location. 46 players attend the event at St. Columba's Church.



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Tournament Name: 
Cheshire
Tournament Date: 
13 February 2010

Cheshire returned after a year gap for the British in Chester and ran again alongside the Frodsham Chess Tournament.

In the top group David Ward (3 dan Cambridge) was the winner, beating Sam Aitken (3 dan Warwick) in the final. In the Handicap Section, the winner on 5/5 was Justin Neeves (7 kyu Manchester). On 4/5 were Jack Ley (8 kyu Warwick) and Brian Timmins (9 kyu Shrewsbury). Jamie Taylor (5 kyu York) was the top junior winning 3/5. 28 players took part.



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Tournament Name: 
Wanstead
Tournament Date: 
30 January 2010

Wanstead returned to its old early year spot, but kept the same Wanstead House venue in East London.

Matthew Macfadyen got his first tournament win of the year. Other players winning all three were: Mike Cumpstey (3 kyu Manchester), Eric Hall (5 kyu Swindon) and Gary Gibson (7 kyu Wanstead). 32 players took part. Photos.

The bar was at 2d. Handicap and no-komi games are in red.



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Tournament Name: 
Maidenhead
Tournament Date: 
23 January 2010

60 players attended the HQ of HITACHI Europe Ltd for the 19th Maidenhead Tournament.

Jon Diamond (4 dan) was judged the winner on tie-break from David Ward (3 dan) and Tim Hunt (3 dan), all winning 2 games. Players winning 3/3 were Phil Beck (1 dan, Cambridge), Geoff Kaniuk (3 kyu Cambridge), Fancisco Divers (5 kyu London), Xinyi Lu (5 kyu Maidenhead) and John Collins (12 kyu St Albans). In addition all on 2/3 won a prize thanks to generous sponsorship from HITACHI. Team winner was the Central London team with 75 percent. There was no prize awarded in the 13x13.

The bar was at 3d. Handicap and no-komi games are in red.

First and second place were split by mutual game result.



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Tournament Name: 
London Pair Go
Tournament Date: 
29 December 2009

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table> NoNameRankCountry1234Wins 1Yanqi Zhang / Wei Wang6dCN10+4+6+2+4 2Alice Bradley / Andrew Simons6.5kUK14+12+3+1-3 3Jenny Radcliffe / Yohei Negi 2kUK-JP11+5+2-6+3 4Guo Juan / Geoff Kaniuk2.5dNL-UK8+1-9+7+3 5Kirsty Healey / Matthew Macfadyen3dUK13+3-14+8+3 6Yangran Zhang / Michael Webster2dUK15+7+1-3-2 7Cher B



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Tournament Name: 
London Open
Tournament Date: 
28 December 2009 - 31 December 2009

The bar was at 3d. Handicap and no-komi games are in red.



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Tournament Name: 
Edinburgh Christmas
Tournament Date: 
12 December 2009

The bar was at 1k. Handicap and no-komi games are in red.



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