European Go Hall of Fame

Guo Juan - 23 wins

  • European Champion 4 times
  • Ing Memorial 7 times
  • Fujitsu Cup 4 times
  • Fujitsu Grand Prix 3 times
  • Obayashi Cup 4 times
  • European Oza 1 time

Alexandr Dinerchtein - 15 wins

  • European Champion 7 times
  • Ing Memorial 2 times
  • European Masters 2 times
  • European Oza 3 times
  • Fujitsu Qualifier 1 time

Ilya Shikshin - 10 wins

  • European Champion 4 times
  • European Oza 2 times
  • European Student Champion 1 time
  • WBaduk Champions League 1 time
  • European Grand Slam 1 time
  • European Grand Prix 1 time

Fan Hui - 9 wins

  • European Champion 3 times
  • Ing Memorial 5 times
  • European Pro Championship 1 time

Rob van Zeijst - 8 wins

  • European Champion 3 times
  • Fujitsu Cup 4 times
  • Ing Memorial 1 time

Catalin Taranu - 8 wins

  • European Champion 1 time
  • Ing Memorial 4 times
  • Fujitsu Cup 2 times
  • European Masters 1 time

Jürgen Mattern - 8 wins

  • European Champion 8 times

Matthew Macfadyen - 5 wins

  • European Champion 4 times
  • Fujitsu Qualifier 1 time

Ronald Schlemper - 5 wins

  • European Champion 3 times
  • Fujitsu Qualifier 2 times

Alexei Lazarev - 5 wins

  • European Champion 2 times
  • Fujitsu Qualifier 2 times
  • Fujitsu Grand Prix 1 time

Svetlana Shikshina - 4 wins

  • European Champion 1 time
  • European Masters 1 time
  • European Women's 2 times

Victor Bogdanov - 4 wins

  • Fujitsu Grand Prix 2 times
  • Fujitsu Qualifier 1 time
  • Toyota Tour 1 time

Wichard von Alvensleben - 4 wins

  • European Champion 4 times

Shen Gruangji - 4 wins

  • Fujitsu Grand Prix 2 times
  • Ing Memorial 1 time
  • Obayashi Cup 1 time

Zhang Shutai - 4 wins

  • Fujitsu Grand Prix 2 times
  • Obayashi Cup 2 times

Cho Seok-Bin - 4 wins

  • Pandanet Go European Cup 1 time
  • European Cup 1 time
  • Toyota-IGS-PandaNet Tour 2 times

Rita Pocsai - 4 wins

  • European Women's 4 times

Tibor Pocsai - 3 wins

  • European Champion 1 time
  • Fujitsu grand Prix 1 time
  • Toyota Tour 1 time

Fritz Dueball - 3 wins

  • European Champion 3 times

Radek Nechanicky - 3 wins

  • Toyota Tour 3 times

Csaba Mero - 3 wins

  • Ing Memorial 1 time
  • Pandanet Go European Cup 1 time
  • European Cup 1 time

Cristian Pop - 3 wins

  • European Oza 1 time
  • Ing Memorial 1 time
  • European Cup 1 time

Natalia Kovaleva - 3 wins

  • European Women's 3 times

Peter Marko - 3 wins

  • European Sudents 3 times

Manfred Wimmer - 2 wins

  • European Champion 2 times

Ali Jabarin - 2 wins

  • European Grand Slam 1 time
  • European Grand Prix 1 time

Pal Balogh - 2 wins

  • European Student 1 time
  • Pandanet Go European Cup 1 time

Andrei Kulkov - 2 wins

  • European Champion 1 time
  • European Oza 1 time

Zoran Mutabzija - 2 wins

  • European Champion 2 times

Ondrej Silt - 2 wins

  • European Cup 1 time
  • Pandanet Go European Cup 1 time

Klara Zaloudkova - 2 wins

  • European Women's 2 times

Pei Zhao - 2 wins

  • European Women's 2 times

European Champion - 1 time

  • Günter Ciessow
  • Patrick Merissert
  • Wolfgang Isele
  • Helmut Hasibeder
  • Janusz Kraszek
  • Robert Mateescu
  • Jan Simara

Ing Memorial - 1 time

  • Lee Huyk

European Masters - 1 time

  • Franz-Josef Dickhut

Fujitsu Grand Prix - 1 time

  • Yoo Jong-Sun

European Student Go Championship - 1 time

  • Viktor Lin
  • Jan Hora
  • Benjamin Papazoglou
  • Igor Nemly
  • Jun Tarumi
  • Matthias Terwey
  • Artem Kachanovskij

Obayashi Cup - 1 time

  • Farid ben Malek
  • Du Jingyu

European Women's - 1 time

  • Irina Danilchenko
  • Vanessa Wong
  • Dina Burdakova

Note only European-wide events are included.
Excluded are youth, team and pair titles, and the women's prior to 2005.

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