If you are interested in attending, please contact us at BelfastGoClub@gmail.com or visit the Club Website.We are more than happy to teach beginners.
The first Belfast tournament took place over a single day in October 2007, consisting of a four round McMahon tournament, won by Ian Davis. Catalin Taranu 5p was in attendance, giving several teaching games and a review of the top board game in the final round.
The tournament expanded to two days in 2008, but even five rounds were not enough to separate Daniel Paraschiv and Yohei Negi and first place was awarded to both jointly. Full results.
In 2009 the visiting Matt Crosby was victorious over 4 rounds.
Yet another new victor appeared in 2010, this time the invading Manx man David Phillips, who, despite losing his last round game, triumphed with a point to spare. See scoretable
In 2011 Andrew Simons became champion, seeing off previous winners David Phillips and Matt Crosby. See scoretable
In 2012, dutchman Lauren’s Spijker, after several years of trying, carried off the title – See results.
The 2013 tournament was won by club co-founder Tiberiu Gociu. Club captain James Hutchinson was once again placed third, for the fifth year in a row. See results.