UK Tournament Result

Tournament Name: 
Thames Valley Team
Tournament Date: 
28 March 2005

Held in Swindon

Entrants Round 1 Winners Round 2 Winners Tournament Winners


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Tournament Name: 
Oxford
Tournament Date: 
18 February 2005

The bar was at 4d. Handicap and no-komi games are in red.



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Tournament Name: 
Candidates'
Tournament Date: 
19 March 2005 - 20 March 2005

This was a Swiss tournament, held at the Odd Fellows' Hall, Leamington Spa.



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Tournament Name: 
Trigantius
Tournament Date: 
6 March 2005

Played at the University Centre in Cambridge.

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

Note: Peter Allen played two games in Round 1.



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Tournament Name: 
British Youth Championship
Tournament Date: 
23 January 2005

Held at King Edward VI School, Aston, Birmingham

The 2005 Youth Championships had a record 73 competitors aged from 7 to 18, with strengths from 1-dan to 35-kyu.



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Tournament Name: 
British Small Board
Tournament Date: 
7 November 2004

There were 23 players this year at the Small Board Championships in Cambridge. The tournament, played on 13×13 boards, was again hosted by Cambridge Junior Chess & Go Club and held as part of a Chess and Go event with around 80 competitors in total.

More than a quarter of the players were juniors, and more than a third were double figure kyus. The median grade was 6 kyu.

As usual, the tournament was played in a mixed format. The higher ranked players started off in an even game tournament for the championship; once they were eliminated by losing two games they joined the other players in the handicap section.

The defending champion was Simon Goss 2 dan. The favourite to win was David Ward 4 dan, this year’s challenger for the British Go Championship. However, David lost to Matthew Woodcraft 1 dan in round 4, so another defeat would have eliminated him from the championship.



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Tournament Name: 
Scottish Barlow
Tournament Date: 
4 December 2004

The bar was at 4 kyu. Handicap and no-komi games are in red.



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Tournament Name: 
Wessex
Tournament Date: 
31 October 2004

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



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Tournament Name: 
Wanstead
Tournament Date: 
9 October 2004

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



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Tournament Name: 
Cornish Open
Tournament Date: 
5 September 2004

Held at the Yacht Inn, Penzance.

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



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