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2010 COTSEN OPEN: Round 2, Board 1: W: Juyong Koh 7d – B: Calvin Sun 7d

Sunday September 19, 2010

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2010 COTSEN OPEN: Round 2, Board 2: W: Dae Hyuk Ko 7d – B: Soo Ihl Ha 7d

Sunday September 19, 2010

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2010 COTSEN OPEN: Round 2, Board 3 (the dame dispute game): W: Deuk Je Chang 7d – B: Curtis Tang 7d

Sunday September 19, 2010

EDITOR’S NOTE: The result of this exciting game was the subject of dispute, due to White’s failure to play a dame at the end which

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would cost him 2 points — and the game –under Ing rules. See the note at the end of the game for details.

2010 COTSEN OPEN: Round 2, Board 4: Jong In Jeong 7d – Seung Hyun Hong 7d

Sunday September 19, 2010

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2010 COTSEN OPEN Photo Album: Saturday, September 18

Saturday September 18, 2010

photos by Chris Garlock

2010 COTSEN: Round 1, Board 1: Jennie Shen 2P on Rui Wang 7D – Juyong Koh 7D

Saturday September 18, 2010

Jennie Shen 2P provides in-depth commentary on this cliffhanger 1st-round “cold sweat” game between Rui Wang 7d and Juyong Koh 7d. Fasten your seatbelts and enjoy the ride!

2010 Cotsen Open

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Round 1, Board 1
September 18, 2010
Los Angeles, CA
W: Rui Wang 7d
B: Juyong Koh 7d
Commentary: Jennie Shen 2P
Broadcast on KGS; recorded by Chris Garlock

2010 COTSEN OPEN: Round 1, Board 2: Guthrie Price 7D – Dae Hyuk Ko 7D

Saturday September 18, 2010

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2010 COTSEN OPEN: Round 1, Board 3: Jong In Jeong 6d – Deuk Ju Chang 7d

Saturday September 18, 2010

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2010 COTSEN OPEN: Round 1, Board 4: Yixian Zhou 7d – Curtis Tang 7d

Saturday September 18, 2010

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CATHY LI 1P KNOCKED OUT OF BINGSHEN CUP

Monday September 13, 2010

North American representative Cathy Li 1p was knocked out by Park Jieun (Chieun) 9P in the first round of the Bingsheng Cup, a new international women’s tournament. The Bingsheng Cup is held at Qionglong Mountain in Suzhou, China. Click here for standings, game records and more on the tournament, which wraps up on September 14. Li, of Vancouver, Canada won the right to represent North America in online qualifiers held last month on KGS. The online qualifying matches were dominated by Canadian players, as disputed AGA tournament regulations (AGA’s 10-Game Rule Assailed By Feng Yun 9P 9/6 EJ) and little advance notice for this new event prevented many US women from being eligible to participate.
- Dennis Wheeler