Umezawa Yukari takes an important title and is the 10th female
Kisei. Mannami Kana, involved in the title match for the last
four editions couldn't manage to close the gap in a tight
02-28 19th Female Meijin title
It's all square in the 19th female Meijin title match.
Aoki Kikuyo takes the 2nd game by resignation. The challanger
Kato Keiko being behind with an unrecoverable margin of 2-3
points in the endgame.
The deciding game will be played the 7th of March and will
be covered live on PandaNet.
02-24 8th Maxim cup
Lee SeDol takes the best of three Maxim match against Park JungSang.
It's the 2nd year in a row Lee takes the title.
02-21 19th Female Meijin title
Kato Keiko takes the first game of the 19th female Meijin title
against title holder Aoki Kikuyo. The match will be continued
the 28th of February and is covered live on PandaNet.
02-15 45th Judan title
Yamashita Keigo becomes the challenger for the 45th Judan title
by beating Yoda Norimoto in the playoff.
Waiting for him is title holder Cho Chikun and thus the title
will have the same line-up as last year.
02-09 8th NongShim Cup
Lee ChangHo, 9p from Korea defended the honors of Korea in the
three-country win-and-continue tournament.
Japan lost their last player Yoda while China still had two
players in but both Kong Jie and Gu Li where defeated by the
number 1 of Korean Go.