Winner of the Hall of professionals – Dmitry Bogatsky.
Winner of the Hall of female Go – Tatyana Grishina.
Winner of the Hall of Masters of strategy – Efim Ostrovsky.
Winner of the Hall of Teachers and instructors – Igor Grishin.
Winner of the Hall of Go amateurs – Ruslan Dmitriev.
The Championship was held at “Dzungo” restaurant, Moscow 17.12.2005.
The final match of the 1-st Russian Professional Go Championship
LIVE BROADCAST ON KGS:
The final match of the 1st Russian Professional Go Championship.
Alexandre Dinerchtein vs Dmitrij Bogatskij
December, 17, Russia, Moscow, Dzungo Chinese restaurant.
About the players:
1-dan professional of Hankuk Kiwon (Korean Go Association)
European champion -1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005
6-dan amateur, former Japanese insei, European junior Champion
1997 and 1998, 6-times Ukrainian champion
The match will start on Saturday, December, 17 at 1.30 PM Moscow time (GMT+3)
Time control is 2 hours +20 stones/per 10 min byoyomi, 6.5 points komi
The prize fund is $1500, The winner will get $900.
We’ll publish some photos and the game commentary by A.Dinerchtein in few days after the event.
Enjoy the broadcast!
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The «MASTER GO» tournament on KGS
The «MASTER GO» tournament will start on KGS server.
6 rounds. 2 rounds each playing day, McMahon system, time setting 1 hour + 30sec x 5.
Rounds starts at 14:00 and 19:00 (Moscow time).
Prizes — total 300 $.
1st place — 120$, 2nd place — 80$, 3rd and 4th places — 50$ each (payment can be done by Paypal).
Director and referee — Rustam Sakhabutdinov.
Sponsor — Igor Grishin, the President of the Go Federation (Moscow, Russia).
Please, specify your registration info: your first and last name, nickname on KGS, rank and (optional) your country. The committee reserves the right to deny participation in the tournament if the provided information is incorrect.