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Iyama Yuta

Kyo Kagen

After a very exciting game challenger Kyo Kagen took the lead against title holder Iyama Yuta. However, the 2nd game soon became favorable for the title holder. Several ko fights complicated things but not the outcome. The 3rd game showed some complicated fighting which turned out favorable for the challenger. The 4th game again featured interesting fighting with some remarkable furikawari as a result.


Iyama Yuta

Shibano Toramaru

The match everyone was waiting for: Iyama Yuta versus Shibano Toramaru. They play for the Oza title, Iyama defending it, Shibano challenging.


Shibano ToramaruCho U


One day before his 20th birthday Shibano Toramaru gave himself a great present: the 44th Meijin title. In an exciting game with large exchanges a huge ko decided the outcome of the game. And although Cho U played some more endgame the outcome was inevitable.


Cho UShibano Toramaru


Cho U, title holder of the Meijin title faces kadoban against challenger Shibano Toramaru. The score: 3-1, so one more loss and Shibano will be the new Meijin at the age of 20 years.


Kyo KagenHane Naoki


Hane Naoki has taken the 44th Gosei title by winning the exciting final game of the best-of-five match.


Kyo KagenHane Naoki


The Gosei title match will go all the way this year. By winning the fourth game Kyo Kagen leveled the score (2-2) against challenger Hane Naoki. To be continued on the 23rd of August.


Kyo KagenHane Naoki


By losing the second match against challenger Hane Naoki, Kyo Kagen now faces kadoban in the Gosei title match. This implies Kagen needs to win all three possibly remaining games to keep his title.


Iyama Yuta

Kono Rin

By winning 4 games in a row Iyama Yuta successfully defends his Honinbo title against challenger Kono Rin.


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