Jusandan 2020

Submitted by booru on Sun, 10/27/2019 - 21:22

Stockholm Go club invites everyone to participate in the yearly Jusandan tournament which will be held on January 4-5.
Jusandan is a friendly tournament and it is open to all players.
 

Club Tournament - spring 2019

Submitted by booru on Thu, 02/28/2019 - 08:44

It is time to start the spring club tournament.
Similar to last fall, it will be an ongoing tournament that spans the spring. Play whoever you like and collect wins.

Rules
Handicap: Games are played with full handicap, maximum 9 stones. If the playing strength is more than 9 stones then black gets 5 points per additional rank difference.
Time settings: 15 minutes main time and 3 periods of 20 seconds byo-yomi.

Jusandan 2019

Submitted by booru on Tue, 11/27/2018 - 19:43

Stockholm Go club invites everyone to participate in the yearly Jusandan tournament which will be held on January 5-6.
Jusandan is a friendly tournament and it is open to all players.

Stockholm Open 2018

Submitted by booru on Fri, 06/29/2018 - 11:05

Stockholm Go club invites everyone to participate in the yearly Jusandan tournament which will be held September 1-2.

The tournament will be a 5 round MacMahon tournament, with Japanese rules. Each player will have 60 minutes main time and 3x30 seconds byoyomi. Komi is set at 6.5.

The tournament will be reported as a EGF A-tournament.

Jusandan 2018

Submitted by booru on Thu, 12/07/2017 - 16:11

Stockholm Go club invites everyone to participate in the yearly Jusandan tournament which will be held January 6-7.

The tournament will be a 5 round MacMahon tournament, with Japanese rules. Each player will have 60 minutes main time and 3x30 seconds byoyomi. Komi is set at 6.5.

The tournament will be reported as a EGF A-tournament.

Nordic Championships 2016 (25/3-27/3)

Submitted by admin on Sat, 01/23/2016 - 20:58

Stockholm Go club invites you to participate in this years Nordic Go Championships which will be held during the 25th and 27th of March 2016. We welcome players of all ages, strengths and nationalities. 

The tournament will be reported as a EGF-A tournament. Prizes are awarded to first, second and third place as well as the kyu player with the most wins. (depends on the number of participants). This tournament is organized in cooperation with Studiefrämjandet.