Pair Go Tournament

///Pair Go Tournament
Pair Go Tournament 2017-08-21T13:22:12+02:00

The pair go tournament was another highlight of the European Go Congress.

The tournament is open to mixed-sex pairs with an average rank lower or equal to 5.5 dan (in this respect professionals count as 8 dan). Of all registered pairs, the 32 best compete for the title ‘Open European Pair Go Champion’. All other pairs play in the (normal) Pair Go Tournament.

PlaceNameScore123PointsScoreXSOS
1Hubert/Hubert312+/w130+/w310+/w3335
(2)Yoon/Kim317+/w434+/w616+/w1335
(3)Thörner/Ober315+/w228+/b39+335
(4)Simunkova/Humpula333+/b318+/w78+/w6335
(5)Stein/Lee338+/b513+/b214+335
(6)Medak/Medak321+/b536+/w322+/b4335
7Marconi/Bertok329+/b641+/w811+/b533
8Seitz/Winkler225+/w346+/b84-/b622
9Jung/Saering224+/w332+/w23-226
(10)Kulikova/Khusainov219+/b435+/w41-/b3226
11Grimm/Neumann251+/w320+/w37-/w5225
(12)Koch/Koch21-/b145+/w632+/w4225
(13)Morozova/Pishchlnikov244+/w25-/w240+/b1225
(14)Polanska/Tingaikin249+/w223+/w45-225
(15)Gutscher/Kapitzke23-/b237+39+/b5225
16Rhudoleva/Shikshin237+/w348+2-/b122
(17)Pittner/Pittner22-/b454+/w334+/w222
(18)Udilova/Quathamer252+/b74-/b736+/w222
19Wälde/Haas210-/w443+/w133+/w2224
(20)Ipsen/ipsen240+/b311-/b329+/b4224
(21)Hebsacker/Berben26-/w553+/w447+/w1224
(22)Pezzoli/Meerhof250+/w831+/b26-/w4224
23Basova/Gimadiev253+/w114-/b431+/b422
24Huang/Li29-/b350+/w835+/w1223
(25)Kajmina/Shalnev28-/b349+/b742+/w4223
26Klupsch/Kaczwin231-/w352+/w330+/w222
(27)Scriba/Müller232-/w447+/w528+/b122
28Arffman/Siukola145+/w73-/w327-/w1116
(29)Severing/Knauf17-/w644+/w420-/w4116
(30)Oku/Tsujigaki143+/b31-/b326-/b2116
(31)Nakamura/Kurita126+/b322-/w223-/w4116
(32)Kullik/Ebert127+/b49-/b212-/b4116
33Blaszczyk/Vaprinskii14-/w351+/w319-/b2115
(34)Frai/Göbel155+/b12-/b617-/b2115
(35)Schnoor/Hoedtke139+/b710-/b424-/b1115
(36)Wang/You1free6-/b318-/b2115
37Diaz/Hemkel116-/b315-48+/b311
38Petri/Petri15-/w539-/w155+/w7114
(39)Praus/Vasova135-/w738+/b115-/w5114
(40)Harrer/Podbiol120-/w355+/w513-/w1114
(41)Gardowsky/Rogers42+/w37-/b8-114
42Matsumoto/Konold141-/b3free25-/b411
43Stellwag/Gronau130-/w319-/b149+/w6113
(44)Schramm/Ohlenbusch113-/b229-/b451+113
(45)Viberg/Pennanen128-/b712-/b650+/w7113
46Tepper/Kaczmarek54+/w68-/w8-11
47Rieger/Rieger48=/b427-/b521-/b1
48Bensel/Bensel47=/w416-37-/w3
49Cui/Liang014-/b225-/w743-/b6005
(50)Shalneva/Shalnev022-/b824-/b845-/b7005
51Ebbesen/Gatz011-/b333-/b344-004
(52)Ringborg/Bantla18-/w726-/b3-004
(53)Ohlenbusch/Steffensen23-/b121-/b4-004
54Jung/Berg46-/b617-/b3-00
55Bernardis/Bernardis034-/w140-/b538-/b7003

Round 3Zhao / VasquezKnauf / ZhangSGF
Round 4Knauf / ZhangYizhou / PankokeSGF
Marz / KimVirginia / KracheslevSGF
Quarter FinalMarz / KimCho / MarkoSGF
Semi FinalFang / ChenZhao / VasquezSGF

Tournament Rules

The tournament consists of two stages: a preliminary stage of three rounds and a knock-out stage. A seeding system will make sure that the best four seeded pairs will not compete against each other in the preliminary stage. All pairs with at least 2/3 wins will qualify for the last 16, the four pairs on three wins will not meet before the semi-finals.

We hope that also this year’s event will be sponsored by the World Pair Go Association.

Thinking Times

Preliminaries: 30 minutes plus 20 seconds Japanese byoyomi
Knock-out stage: 40 minutes plus 20 seconds Japanese byoyomi
International Pair Go Rules will apply. This means that the order of moves will be restored after an unintentional rotation error has occurred. If such an error is spotted immediately, a three-point-penalty will be given to the pair who made the error.

Playing Area

We will play on the first floor of the Panorama Hotel; rooms will be anounced