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Title Current Championsort icon Description trophy
Letchworth Andrew Jones
London City Andrew Kay

A 3 round McMahon, held in the City of London.

Birmingham Andrew Kay

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.

Online League (Individual) Andrew Simons
Anglo-Japanese Matches Anglo

Held in London between Nippon Club (Japanese) and Central London Go Club (Anglo).
Prior to the Trophy starting in 1988 most matches were won by the Japanese.

Korean Ambassador's Cup Bei Ge
New Malden Ben He
Cheshire Handicap Brian Timmins

The Handicap section played until 2014 over 5 (or 6) rounds alongside the Cheshire Open.

Shropshire Bruno Poltronieri

When Brian Timmins moved from Cheshire to Shropshire he started the Shrewsbury Tournament, it being held in the riverside Gateway Centre. It has since had a couple of changes of organiser and has now become the Shropshire Tournament, held in the Memorial Hall in Hinstock.

Includes a mystery problem set with associated brief teaching session. Homemade lunches available and post-tournament dinner locally. Registration by 10:20.

Fife David Lee

Held in Cupar.

Ceased in 2010

Nippon Club Cup Epsom

Formerly awarded to the Club team with the best percentage in the British Open at the British Go Congress.

Liverpool Handicap George Leach
Three Counties Harold Lee
Women's Weekend Helen Harvey

Played during the sometimes held Women's Training Weekend.

The trophy is the Eva Wilson Go Ban.

London Go Centre Jim Bates
York John Smith

Held at York University.

East Midlands Jon Diamond

Until 2012 was held at the National Space Centre in Leicester.

It replaced the Leicester Tournament.

Registration by 09:45. Prize giving 18:15.

Asahi Shimbun Jong-Soo Yoo

A six-round tournament held in London to celebrate the coming of the Meijin title match to London in September 1989, sponsored by Asahi Shimbun newspaper.

London Open Small Board Ken Dackombe
Oxford Li Shen

The Oxford Tournament's roots go back to the 1960s, but the current series started in 1983. It has been held in Lincoln College, Rhodes House, University College, Somerville College, and Freud's Cafe, but the venue for most recent years has been St Edmund Hall. A "Not The Oxford" tournament was held in London in 1985 when Oxford was cancelled.

  • A 3-round McMahon Main Tournament, interleaved with ...
  • An optional Novices Tournament (with gifts, and additional prizes).
  • This is immediately followed by an (optional) supper to commemorate Simon Eve, and meet other Go-players.
  • Younger players: Financial support, and extra prizes for Under-18, Under-15, Under-12, and Under-9 players.
  • Team Competition/Prize: make your own team – same club/family/whatever.