46th London Open Go Congress

28/12/2019 - 12:00
31/12/2019 - 23:59


This year (and hopefully in future years) the London Open Go Congress is part of the European Grand Prix.

We will be live streaming as many of the top boards as bandwidth permits on our YouTube channel

Please subscribe, also because it would help the organizers because it is technically/technologically much easier with 1,000 subscribers (as then YouTube unlock more tools for us to use).

Tournoi de Go de Paris 2019

20/04/2019 - 10:30
22/04/2019 - 18:00

In the center of Paris, in the Normale Supérieure school
45 rue d’Ulm (near the Panthéon)


Practical info:

The 47th Amsterdam International Go Tournament

10/05/2018 - 12:00
13/05/2018 - 18:30

More info and registration can be found here:

European Women Go Championship 2016

20/08/2016 - 10:00
21/08/2016 - 20:00

More information can be found here

Liège Tournament

16/04/2016 - 10:00
17/04/2016 - 20:00

More informations by following this link.

13x13 tournament of the Phenix

25/03/2015 - 19:00
25/03/2015 - 22:30

The Phenix Go Club organizes his 13x13 tournament!

Registration starts at 19:00.
First round at 19:30.

Settings: 20 mn/game, 5-6 rounds depending on attendance, handicap 2.5 diff = 1 stone

Where: Outpost Game Center, rue de la tribune 8, 1000 Brussels

Organizer: Michael Silcher (+32 475 97 81 77)

Delft tournament

07/09/2013 - 10:00
08/09/2013 - 18:00

Paris Tournament

30/03/2013 - 10:00
01/04/2013 - 18:00

European Team Go Championship

The European Team Go Championship is played on PandaNet-IGS.

official website:

European team go championship 2012-13, round 2: Belgium-Switzerland

Kwinten Missiaen (3d) played one day earlier than the rest of the team
and showed them the way to go. His oponent , Joseph Renner (2d) adopted a
big moyo strategy. Finally Kwinten managed to capture a piece of the moyo
between his invading groups and forced his win by resignation.
Next day,

Jan Ramon (4d) was the first to finish his match against
Félicien Mazille (2d). His opponent made skillfull sabaki in the upper
right corner, but failed to attack the cutting stones of Jan. A little
while later, the sabaki was turned into a surrounded heavy group with one
eye and white resigned.

Dominique Versyck (1d) won next in quite spectacular fashion against
Lorenz Trippel (1d). First he managed to give his opponent three weak
groups, sacrificed one of his own and finally captured a big group, en
passant creating a nice double ko (move 193).

Usually finishing first, fresh 5d Lucas Neirinck had to work a little bit
harder this time to the Swiss talent John Walch (3d), finally winning
with 14.5 points.

Switzerland – Belgium: 0 - 4
Board 1: John Walch (ectoplasm) - Lucas Neirinck (cucurucucu) Friday 12th 20hr 0-1 W+14,5
Board 2: Félicien Mazille (dragonrojo) - Jan Ramon (janr)
Friday 12th 20hr 0-1 B+R
Board 3: Joseph Renner (shmoolong) - Kwinten Missiaen (kwik)
Thursday 11th 20hr 0-1 W+R
Board 4: Lorenz Trippel (betterlife) - Dominique Versyck
(dversyck) Friday 12th 20hr 0-1 B+R
Games will be available on

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