Players of the Yose Go tournament will be give a record from a late position of some interesting games. The two players finish the game again, count, swap colours and the play and count again. Then sum of the scores is the final result. It is not important to win a game with both colours. Keeping the damage of a lost position low could be enough to pick up a Yose Go win. The Yose Go will be a Swiss system tournament. Depending on the number of registrations, it may be played in two sections.
15 minutes plus 3*10 seconds Japanese byoyomi.
1.Kim Do Hyup, Korea
2.Stanisław Frejlak, Poland
3.Andreij Kulkov, Russia