Federation

Commented games

In the last BelgoNet you could already find two commented games from the final of the Belgian Championship. Two more games, commented by (semi)professionals, can now be found here in the member section. Also available are five commented games from last years Brussels tournament.
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European Go Congress Groningen

Alexandre Dinerchtein (Ru/3p) is the new European Champion. Although losing his game against last year champion Catalin Taranu (Ro/5p), he finished 2 SOS-points ahead of Taranu. The competition was, as expected, dominated by the Koreans who occupied the first 5 places. Open European Champion is Kim Eunkuk. Good results for the Belgian players too, especially for Kwinten Missiaen (3k) with 8 points out of 10 games. Only 3 players scored better. The final results can be found here

Results interclub round 1

The first round of interclub season 2009 has been succesfully completed with no forfeits.

In Leuven, the club of Gent was only able to win 1 out of 3 games, all games without any handicap stones, while Antwerp defeated Ath with 3-0, with 9 stones handicap on every board.

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Ivan Cloostermans

It is with great sorrow and regret that we have to announce the death of our friend Ivan Cloostermans, founder and president of the Roeselare Go club.

In the name of all our members, the board of the BGF sends its deepest sympathy to his wife and his three daughters.

Interclub Tournament 2009

the schedule for the interclub tournament of 2009 has been put online here. Rounds will take place in April, May, September, October and November.

Cosmic Go League

What about playing frequent, serious and ranked games in a convivial atmosphere with players from the whole country?
Join the Cosmic Go League: free and open to any member of the Belgian Go Federation!
More info:
- in French
- in Dutch
- in English

Le Chaff -> Phénix Go Club

The go club "Le Chaff" is now the "Phénix Go Club" and moved to a new place.

Phénix Go Club

Place :  Outpost game center
Rue de la tribune,8

1000 Bruxelles

Playing times&nbsp:  Wednesday 19h-24h
Email :  club_phenix@gofed.be

Belgian championship preliminaries 2009

The results of the preliminaries of the Belgian championship:

In the first round there were two surprising results, with Daniel French (6k) winning against Kristof Bossee (1d) and Kenny Debacq (7k) against Michael Meeschaert (1k).

After the first day there was only one player with no lost games, Lucas Neirynck, who finished the entire tournament without losing a single game.
The first three places were certain after 6 rounds, but the last round was still exciting to determine fourth and fifth place. Only when the final game finished (Kristof Bossee won by just half a point from Dr. Wong Chi Yiu), were the reduced SOS, SOS and SODOS clear enough to determine the people who placed themselves for the finals.

  1. Lucas Neirynck
  2. Wang Yue
  3. Christopher Annachachibi
  4. Michael Meeschaert
  5. Daniel French
  6. Kristof Bossee
  7. Wong Chi Yiu
  8. Dennis Vercammen
  9. Hicham Vanborm
  10. Kwinten Missiaen
  11. Kenny Debacq
  12. Peter Leyssens
  13. Ismail Dogru
  14. Joost Vannieuwenhuyse

Full results will be posted later.

23rd Brussels Tournament

 
The winner of the 23rd Brussels Tournament is Jin Zou (6d) with 5 victories! The second is Ondrej Silt (6d) and the third is Yue Li (6d).

All the results are available here.

You can find the pictures of the tournament here.

Thanks a lot to our sponsors (Pandanet, EGF and Marchand) and to all the players that made this tournament a great success.
 

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