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April 17th, 2005

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Pandanet Open Professional and Amateur Internet World Go Championship

Well , sounds kinda mad but here we are (Rory and Jaco) waiting to watch the finals of the tournament that Victor took part in , Koichi Kobayashi 9p vs Naoki Hane 9p (Kisei) are playing and there is live commentary in english from Ms. Feng Yun 9p ( 1 of only 2 9p female go players in the world today) 🙂

Update by Steve (from comments): Naoki Hane (Black) won the game by 11.5 points, and the game with the online commentary (including the comments by Feng Yun) can be downloaded here.

Posted by Rory in Game records, News


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4 Responses to “Pandanet Open Professional and Amateur Internet World Go Championship”

  1. Rory says:

    Link to some tournament venue pics and participants:

  2. Rory says:

    Some interesing chatter that happened in the game:

    (30) kobayashi1 [1k*]: hi jan, long time no see 🙁 hope RoseDuke isn’t mystery for you anymore ^_^ sorry for this, back to the game folks
    (30) FengYun9p [9p]: black b6 to protects cut at c6
    (30) FengYun9p [9p]: white try to settle down a group on the left side
    (30) jansteen [5d*]: white seemed to have thought things out well, black d17, white invasion right side
    (30) Nanokun: we are from South Africa too 🙂
    (30) J2Go [8k]: Im from South Africa, Roseduke is our best go player
    (30) Nanokun: hi there jan
    (30) jansteen [5d*]: hi all 🙂 great game we can enjoy tonight!
    (31) dove [5d*]: how about RoastDuck then?
    (31) kobayashi1 [1k*]: ya, he commented his games played in this tournament on
    (31) jansteen [5d*]: and a great commentator, thank you
    (31) FengYun9p [9p]: thanks!
    (31) Nanokun: COOL our web site is travelling the world!!!!

  3. Rory says:

    Black (Naoki Hane) wins the game by 11.5 , quite a margin for a pro game but i guess that rapid games can’t be as closely calculated as others

  4. Rory says:

    Here is the game, with the commentary from Ms Feng Yun 9p, if anyone is interested: game

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