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By Kim Ouweleen | Interviews | 14.07.2016 19:08 | Comments: 1
The Utrecht Go Tournament 2016, one of the bigger tournaments in the Netherlands, took place in the weekend of 25-26th of June. The top three players all won 4 out of 5 games: Filip Vanderstappen 5d took first place, followed by Robert Rehm 5d in second place and Michiel Eijkhout 6d placing third.   Read more...
By Kim Ouweleen | News | 04.07.2016 13:50
Merlijn Kuin 6d qualified to represent the Netherlands at the Korean Prime Minister's Cup that will take place in Buan from 3-9 September 2016.
Kuin defeated Geert Groenen 6d in the finals of the Dutch elimination tournament that took place on the 2nd of July in the European Go Cultural Center in Amstelveen.  Read more...
By Marc Oliver Rieger | News | 12.06.2016 11:56
At the European Go Congress 2015 in Liberec, together with Prof. Mei Wang (WHU, Otto-Beisheim-School of Management, Germany), I conducted a survey among the participants. Here, I would like to summarize the main results  Read more...
By Pavol Lisy | News | 06.06.2016 14:35
Google DeepMind announced the non profit recipients of the $1 million prize fund from the AlphaGo vs Lee Sedol tournament today.
The fund will be split between UNICEF UK, Raspberry Pi/Code Club, the American Go Association, the European Go Federation and the Korean Baduk (Go) Association.  Read more...
By Viktor Lin | International | 04.06.2016 21:08
The 3rd edition of the Silk Road International City Weiqi International Tournament will be held in Urumqi, China, from 1 to 6 September. In order to commemorate the historic trading route, the Silk Road, this tournament invites up to 30 European players (3 dan and stronger) as well as Chinese amateur players.  Read more...
By Pavol Lisy | News | 01.06.2016 16:20
On May 21th a great record was made in St. Petersburg – more than 200 people played Go in the city center. This day, the simultaneous games took place: 27 strongest Go players from all over country were fighting with 191 participants.   Read more...
By Marc Oliver Rieger | News | 31.05.2016 6:46
40 kids from all over Germany took part in this year's championship – a new record! The tournament was integrated into the Darmstadt Go-days, which meant four days of Go activities, including a whole day of Go lectures, excursions, BBQ, rapid Go and lightning Go tournaments.  Read more...
By Pavol Lisy | News | 30.05.2016 22:02
Vienna International Go Tournament took place this week-end (May 28th - 29th) in Vienna, Austria. The tournament was held in its usual place, the Vienna Waldorf School. This agreeable area offers a lot of space for playing, but also accommodation and home-made meals for players.
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Calendar

Date Event
25.05.2017
28.05.2017
Amsterdam International Go Tournament
24.05.2017
28.05.2017
International Go Festival
03.06.2017
05.06.2017
Kido Cup
15.06.2017
16.06.2017
European Pro Qualification
Rounds 1-3 EGF Announcement, Organizer
17.06.2017
18.06.2017
Vienna international tournament
23.06.2017
25.06.2017 
Slovak Go Festival
13.07.2017
14.07.2017
European Pro Qualification
Rounds 4-6, EGF Announcement
15.07.2017
16.07.2017
Pardubice Festival
23.07.2017
30.07.2016
European Championship (Level A Bonus Point)
22.07.2017
06.08.2017
61st European Go Congress
19.08.2017
20.08.2017
European Women's Championship
09.09.2017
10.09.2017
European Student Championship
20.10.2017
21.10.2017
40th Belgrade Open
28.10.2017
29.10.2017
32nd Brussels Tournament
28.10.2017
29.10.2017
20th Mannheim Go Open Autumn

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