04-21 10th LG Cup
It has been decided: the experience of the cool Gu Li
eventually overcame the enthusiasm of the young Chen Yaoye.
The final game of the 10th LG Cup showed Gu Li in a relentless
fighting role and Chen Yaoye as skillful defender, although
to no avail. Let's look forward to see many more matches of
these two in the future.
04-19 10th LG Cup
The final of the 10th LG Cup turns into a triller with Chen
Yaoye evening the score in the 4th game. Gu Li will have to put
all his skills and energy in the final game (to be played the
21st) to beat his tenacious teenage opponent.
04-17 Toyota-PandaNet Tour: Paris
The Toyota-PandaNet Finals in Paris, France were convincingly
won by Chinese amateur Bao Yun. With clear and flawless Go he
got rid of all his fellow competitors to reach a perfect score.
The match was covered live on IGS-PandaNet.
04-17 10th LG Cup
The 10th LG Cup title match between the Chinese players
Gu Li and Chen Yaoye is getting more interesting. After
two wins by Gu Li it seemed to turn out to become a
walk-over but 16 year old Chen Yaoye takes one back.
04-15 Toyota-PandaNet Tour: Paris
The Toyota-PandaNet Tour visits Paris for the finals of this
year's tour. Traditionally, during Eastern three days of Go
in this beautiful French city.
The match is covered live on IGS-PandaNet.
04-15 61st Honinbo title
Honinbo title holder Takao Shinji can start preparing for the 61st title
match. His challenger will be Yamada Kimio,8p who beat Yoda Norimoto,9p
in the challenger final by 0.5 point (!)
The match will be covered live on IGS-PandaNet.
04-13 44th Judan title
Cho Chikun defends his Judan title by beating challenger Yamashita Keigo
with clear figures (3-1). An impressive performance by the veteran who
will turn 50 later this year. It shows once again that playing Go is
a healthy activity for the brain.
04-10 19th Fujitsu Cup
The 2nd round of the 19th Fujitsu Cup has been played. One of the
suprises was Yuki Satoshi (picture) beating Chinese rising star
Gu Li. China still has two trumps to compete with five Koreans and
Yuki in the quarter-finals to be played in June later this year.
04-08 19th Fujitsu Cup started
One of the most prestigeous international tournaments started: the 19th
Fujitsu Cup. Except for some predictable results there were also
some exciting matches. What to think of Cho HanSung (kr) vs.
Yamashita Keigo (jp). Replay the games and enjoy.
04-05 44th Judan title
Yamashita Keigo, challenger for the 44 Judan title pulls one back
from title holder Cho Chikun. A slack move in the opening (20) made
Cho lose control over the game which was steadily and solidly
wrapped up by Yamashita Keigo.
04-04 7th Maxim cup
Lee SeDol, we didn't hear from him for a while, wins the best of three
Maxim match from rival talent Choi CheolHan, the previous title holder.
Curiously, the last game was lost on time after just 69 moves.