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Pieter Mioch - Resume
1985
Starts playing go at age 17 thanks to Jaap K. Blom (Shodan) from the LgoC (Leiden Go Club)
1986
Promoted to 1st dan by the NGoB (Dutch Go Association).
1987
Promoted to 3rd dan by the NGoB, winner Leiden and Rotterdam tournaments.
1988
Starts "trial" period at branch office Nihon Ki-In in Nagoya.
1989
Accepted as "full" Insei (aspirant professional), Finishes 4th in Insei league. (9 Insei at that time in Nagoya, 5 of which have turned pro including Hane Naoki)
1990
Finishes 3rd in Insei league.
1991
Finishes 2nd in Insei league, quits Insei.
1992
After moving to Tokyo helps Rob van Zeijst as go instructor.
1993
Quits go altogether, picks up Mah Jong. (invited by this sulfur-smelling guy)
1999
After moving back to Nagoya area starts writing go articles for magazines of the LgoC and NgoB.
2000
Interviews go professionals including Go Seigen (article in English at MSO). Starts teaching go as a volunteer at Elementary schools in Nagoya. Starts working as a go-instructor at the Gifu branch of the Nihon Ki-In. Starts "Gentle Joseki".
2001
Publishes go articles in Japanese for the Nagoya Ki-In, the Gifu Newspaper. Igo Kansai, magazine of the Kansai Ki-In and the Nagoya Chubu Keizai Newspaper. Assistant coach (to Ito, 8p) of the pre-Insei children's go class at the Nihon Ki-In.

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