3rd SAWMG – Final Standings Men’s Team Women’s Individual Pair Go Gold Korea YU Zhiying (China) China Silver China WANG Chenxing (China) Chinese Taipei Bronze Chinese Taipei PARK Jieun (Korea) Korea The result book of the 3rd SAWMG go competitions … Continue reading →
The final round of pair go at the 2013 SportAccord World Mind Games was played in the morning of December 18th. The pairs from China and Chinese Taipei took their seats at board one to play for the gold medal, … Continue reading →
Pair Go – Round 2 White: Wang, Zhou (China) Black: Fujisawa, Fujita (Japan) Click here to start the game viewer. Commentary by Michael Redmond 9p, transcribed by Chris Garlock.
Pair Go: Final White: Wang, Zhou (China) Black: Missingham, Wang (Chinese Taipei) Pair Go is now played at a very high level, as we see in this game featuring top professionals. Good Pair Go players must work as a team and succesful … Continue reading →
At 9:30 a.m. on December 17th deputy chief referee Michael Redmond greeted the sixteen contestants taking part in the pair go competition, reviewed the time control and other details, and gave the instruction to start the first round. On board … Continue reading →
The much anticipated SAWMG school visit took place on Tuesday afternoon. This was a chance for a lucky few Beijing schoolchildren to meet the top players and officials from the World Mind Games taking place this December in Beijing. The … Continue reading →
White: Chenxing WANG (China) 5p Black: Zhiying YU (China) 4p Click here to start the game viewer. Commentary by Michael Redmond 9p, transcribed by Chris Garlock.
“Let’s have dinner! We drink vodka!” Not the first words you would expect to hear after the tense final of an international go final. But this is how bridge superstar Fulvio Fantoni greeted the rival Polish team at the conclusion of … Continue reading →
The fifth and final round of the men’s team event at the 2013 SportAccord World Mind Games began at 12:30 on December 16th, with chief referee Wang Runan presiding. Excitement was in store in all three matches. In the match … Continue reading →
Men’s Team – Round 3 White: Yongfei GE (Canada) 7d Black: Chun-Yen LIN (Chinese Taipei) 7p An early overplay by Chun-yen Lin gives Yongfei Ge a chance to go on the attack but when he fails to do so, Lin quickly grabs … Continue reading →