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Frederick Bao sweeps National Go Center Back to School Tournament

Monday September 16, 2019

Fresh from his win at the top section of the US Open in Madison WI, Frederick Bao 5d (on the right) went 4-0 to win the 5d-6d section in an overall field of 34. Second place went to Justin Teng 6d (on the left) with a 3-1 record.

Other three and four game winners were: Fengqi (David) Wen 1k 4-0, Sarah Crites 4k 3-1, Kurt Guynn 6k 3-1, John Gipson 6k 3-1, Ian LeBlanc 7k 4-0, and Tonya Perez-Lopez 17k 3-1. All winners received NGC t-shirts. Upcoming events at the NGC include a return of Pair Go/Paella night on 9/27, and the popular Pumpkin Classic Tournament on 10/26.

report and photo by Gurujeet Khalsa

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Upcoming Go Events: Houston, Portland, Vienna, San Diego

Monday September 16, 2019

September 21: Houston, TX
Houston Fall Tournament
Paul Howard paulrhowardtx@gmail.com 832-876-6511
Michael Bloom mfbloom12@gmail.com

September 21-22: Portland, OR
2019 Oregon State Go Championship
Roy Schmidt rcschmidt76@gmail.com 309-360-9473

September 28: Vienna, VA
2019 Virginia Open/State Championship Qualifier
Edward Zhang agatd1@gmail.com

September 29: San Diego, CA
2019 San Diego Back-to-School Go Championship
Ted Terpstra ted.terpstra@gmail.com 619-384-3454

September 29 – December 8: San Diego, CA
Yilun Yang (7P) Sunday Afternoon Go Classes
Ted Terpstra ted.terpstra@gmail.com 619-384-3454

 

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Seeking pro or amateur representative for Bingsheng Cup

Monday September 16, 2019

The 10th Suzhou Qionglong Mountain Bingsheng Cup, a women’s weiqi tournament, is seeking a representative from North America. The tournament will be held October 29th through Novermber 4th in Suzhou, China. Interested professional and amateur (4D+) women residing in North America are asked to please e-mail tournaments@usgo.org no later than Friday, September 20th so that we may run a preliminary tournament among the interested players.

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Collegiate players wanted for the World Students Pair Go Championship in Japan

Monday September 16, 2019

The AGA is looking for one male player and one female player to play as a pair in the 6th World Students Pair Go Championship in Tokyo, Japan from December 6 to 11. Players must be either American or Canadian citizens, under the age of 30, and currently enrolled in any higher education institution as students. Room and board are provided by the tournament as well as 50% of airfare, with players expected to bear 50% of airfare and other travel costs.

Eligible interested players should contact the AGA Pair Go Coordinator, Hajin Lee, at hajin.lee@usgo.org no later than September 24.

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Jeff Newmiller, David Baran win Davis/Sacramento Fall Quarterly

Friday September 13, 2019

On August 31st, the Davis/Sacramento Go Club held its Fall Quarterly. There were 14 players, “Which was the largest field in some time,” reports Willard Haynes. Four of the players were playing in their first AGA event. The winner of Division 1 was Jeff Newmiller 2k with a 3-1 record. David Baran 7k won Division 2 with a perfect 4-0 result.
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