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|Title||Next Tournament Date||Month||Start Year||Description||Title Holder||Trophy||Web site|
3-round McMahon Tournament, held in Arundel in Sussex.
Trophy presented by Pauline and Steve Bailey in 2013.
Originally held in Cambridge and usually held alongside the Candidates' Tournament. Open only to kyu-graded players. It has often been part of the Cambridge Mind Sports weekend.
Started in 2007, but in 1992 the club also ran its own event.
|Ngoc-Trang Cao||Belfast Go Club|
3 round McMahon tournament. Run first 1983 and restarted by a different organiser in the 1990s. Held in 2002 to celebrate the Golden Jubilee and restarted in 2013.
|Andrew Kay||Birmingham Tournament|
3 round McMahon tournament run by Bracknell Go Club, but nowadays held in Wokingham and no longer in Bracknell itself. The first few tournaments were held in the Bracknell premises of ICL.
The Clive Hendrie Memorial Trophy was instigated in 2010 in memory of Clive Hendrie, long time organiser of the tournament.
|British Championship||1965||Andrew Kay||Championship|
|British Open||28/03/2015 - 29/03/2015||April||1968||
This ran alongside the European Youth Go Championships in 2014.
|British Open Lightning||April||1976||
This fast-play event is run at the British Go Congress, usually on the Friday evening. The tournament system varies from year to year. Nowadays the event is usually played with handicaps. It was originally a free-standing event.
|British Pair Go||06/06/2015||June||1991||
The British Pair Go Championship is for male and female pairs, who cannot converse during the games, as is the normal Pair Go convention.
It is always held in a pleasant hotel, nowadays in a hotel in the Oxfordshire countryside. There is always a buffet lunch and prizes for most, including the Best Dressed Pair prize.
|Natasha Regan & Matthew Cocke||Pair Go|
|British Pair Go Handicap||June||1998||
Part of the British Pair Go Championship, for those not in the top 8 pairs.
|Jil Segerman & Pat Ridley|