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Ulster Open 2022

Details: Three rounds, McMahon format, handicap of difference in McMahon Score minus one.
Time Limits: 45 minutes main time plus 3 periods of 30 seconds byo-yomi (EGF Class B) Date: Saturday April 23rd 2022
Entry Fee: £5 (payable at sign-in) (Euro equivalent acceptable to people who actually live in the euro zone.)
Venue: Lisburn chess rooms, 60-62 Longstone…

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Eoghan and Stephen win the rengo

Eoghan Barry and Stephen Nulty were the winners of this year’s rengo. Ian and Irina Davis came second, with last year’s winners James Hutchinson and Ruari McCloskey in third place. Final standings 1st Eoghan & Stephen 2nd Ian & Irina 3rd James & Ruari 4th Gavin & Byoung Ju 5th John & Xinqun 6th Peter…

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2021 Irish Winter Rengo entries now open.

Entries are now open for the Irish Winter Rengo/Pair go championships
To enter, please email james8hut A@T hotmail D.O.T com stating rank, preferred partner, and whether you’re willing to play in December. If you don’t have a partner, I’ll find you one. If you think you’re not strong enough to enter, slap yourself in the face,…

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Ulster Open 2021

The Belfast Open is being moved to Lisburn on Saturday November 20th this year, as (a) Lisburn is 15 minutes closer to Dublin (b) Lisburn is 15 minutes closer to me, and (c) it was easier to get a venue. Details: Three rounds, McMahon format, handicap of difference in McMahon Score minus one.
Time Limits: 45…

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Victory for Ireland in the KPMC

James Hutchinson won this afternoon in the first game in the group stage against Brunei by 83.5 points. James’ thoughts are here: https://online-go.com/game/35824133 The entire game can be found here: https://online-go.com/demo/715704 (Some of the comments are maybe wrong as the game seems to have mistranscribed due to technical errors on the…

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