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November 3rd, 2005

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Konrad goes 1-0 up in Western Cape Meijin

Well, as those of you who have taken a look at Konrad’s comments on the first game of the Western Cape Meijin title match would know, things were slightly in Konrad’s favour for most of the game, but Andrew was giving him a hard time, until a lapse of concentration cost Andrew about 20 points, and put him totally out of the game.

This puts Konrad in a strong position to become the 1st Western Cape Meijin, as he now only has to win one of the 2 remaining games – as he mentioned, the next game is at Tuesday’s club meeting.

Posted by Steve in Tournaments


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2 Responses to “Konrad goes 1-0 up in Western Cape Meijin”

  1. konrad says:

    “…things were slightly in Konrad’s favour for most of the game”

    That’s an overstatement, unless by most of the game you mean most of the moves rather than than most of the time. I think the opening was probably in Andrew’s favour (though you really need a stronger player to judge that), and even when the top half of the board was played out I cannot say who had the advantage.

  2. Steve says:

    Yes, I meant most of the moves. My feeling, in any case, was that you came out of the opening with a slightly better position than Andrew – but I don’t mean to quarrel about it, since I know how easily you can show me what’s what on a Go board ;’)

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