CEGOAcademicSystem/Edition 2015-2016

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Participants:

  • Ali Jabarin Israel - 阿 里 (Ā lǐ)
  • Mateusz Surma Poland - 马特乌什 (Mǎ t wū sh)
  • Tanguy Le Calve France - 唐 吉 (Tng j)
  • Timur Sankin Russian Federation - 基 姆 (Jī mǔ)
  • Grigorij (Grisha) Fionin Russian Federation - 葛瑞沙 (G ru shā)
  • Johannes Obenaus Germany - 尤哈尼 (Yu hā n)
  • Valerii Krushelnytskyi Ukraine - 瓦列里 (Wǎ li lǐ)
  • Kim Shakhov Russian Federation - 吉 姆 (J mǔ)

[ext] eurogofed link (participants intro)

[ext] CEGO Student's life in Beijing (written by Johannes)

Table of contents

Small Cycles

There are ~16 leagues in the academy with ~6 people per group, so more children than the previous year.

Results are tracked [ext] here

September

Players [ext] series 1 [ext] series 2 [ext] series 3 [ext] series 4
Ali (阿里) 7. (2:3) 6. (4:1) 5. (1:4) 6. (2:3)
Mateusz (马特乌) . . . .
Tanguy (唐吉) 8. (1:4) 8. (5:0) 7. (2:3) 8. (1:4)
Timur (基姆) 8. (1:4) 8. (2:3) 8. (2:3) 9. (2:3)
Grigorij (葛瑞沙) 13. (4:1) 12. (3:2) 12. (3:2) 12. (4:1)
Johannes (尤哈尼) 14. (4:1) 13. (5:0) 12. (2:3) 13. (3:2)
Valerij (瓦列里) 14. (1:4) 13. (3:2) 13. (3:2) 13. (3:2)
Kim (吉姆) 16. (2:3) 15. (1:3) 15. (3:2) 15. (3:2)

October

Players [ext] series 1 [ext] series 2 [ext] series 3 [ext] series 4
Ali (阿里) 6. (2:3) 7. (4:1) 4. (3:2) 4. (3:2)
Mateusz (马特乌) 6. (2:3) 7. (2:3) 5. (4:1) 4. (0:5)
Tanguy (唐吉) 9. (4:1) 9. (3:2) 6. (3:2) 6. (2:3)
Timur (基姆) 8. (0:5) 10. (1:4) 8. (2:3) 8. (1:4)
Grigorij (葛瑞沙) 7. (2:3) 9. (0:5) 7. (1:4) 7. (1:4)
Johannes (尤哈尼) 12. (4:1) 13. (1:4) 11. (2:3) 11. (5:0)
Valerij (瓦列里) 12. (2:3) 15. (3:2) 12. (1:4) 12. (5:0)
Kim (吉姆) 13. (2:3) 15. (4:1) 11. (1:4) 11. (0:5)
Andrij (安德鲁) 7. (4:1) 7. (1:4) 5. (3:2) 4. (1:4)

Andrij Kravec Ukraine - 安德鲁 (Ān d lǔ), participant of last two years, comes to train for series 1-4.

November

Players [ext] series 1 [ext] series 2 [ext] series 3 [ext] series 4 [ext] series 5 [ext] series 6 [ext] series 7 [ext] series 8
Ali (阿里) 5. (0:5) 6. (2:3) 6. (1:4) 5. (4:1) 4. (1:4) 5. (2:3) 5. (1:4) .
Mateusz (马特乌) 6. (0:5) 7. (0:5) 7. (2:3) 6. (2:3) 6. (2:3) 7. (3:2) 7. (1:4) 7. (4:1)
Tanguy (唐吉) 11. (3:2) 10. (1:4) 10. (2:3) 8. (3:2) 8. (3:2) 8. (1:4) 9. (2:3) 8. (2:3)
Timur (基姆) 9. (3:2) 9. (3:2) 9. (3:2) . . . . .
Grigorij (葛瑞沙) 13. (3:2) 12. (2:3) 12. (3:2) 9. (2:3) 9. (1:4) 11. (3:2) 11. (4:1) 9. (1:4)
Johannes (尤哈尼) 13. (2:3) 13. (4:1) 12. (1:4) 11. (3:2) 10. (1:4) 11. (4:1) 10. (1:4) .
Valerij (瓦列里) 16. (3:2) 15. (2:3) 15. (4:1) 13. (4:1) 12. (1:4) 13. (4:1) 12. (1:4) 11. (1:4)
Kim (吉姆) 18. (5:1) 17. (2:3) 17. (1:4) 16. (0:4) 16. (0:3) 16. (0:6) 16. (4:1) 14. (5:0)

Timur was absent for several series as he was competing in the final of the Russian Go Championship. He finished 5th. [ext] results

December

Players [ext] series 1 [ext] series 2 [ext] series 3 [ext] series 4 [ext] series 5 [ext] series 6 [ext] series 7 [ext] series 8
Ali (阿里) 7. (2:3) 8. (2:3) . . . . 2. (3:2) 1. (3:2)
Mateusz (马特乌) 9. (4:1) 9. (5:0) . . . . . .
Tanguy (唐吉) . . . . . . . 4. (0:5)
Timur (基姆) 11. (2:3) 11. (3:2) . . . . . .
Grigorij (葛瑞沙) . . . . . . 4. (3:2) 4. (2:3)
Johannes (尤哈尼) . . . . . . 4. (1:4) 5. (4:1)
Valerij (瓦列里) . 15. (4:3) 14. (4:1) 12. (3:2) 7. (4:1) 6. (3:2) 6. (1:4) 7. (4:1)
Kim (吉姆) . . . . . . 8. (1:4) .

Many of the CEGO participants missed several series because they were attending tournaments such as the Hailing Cup and the Jin Longcheng Cup World Team Go Championship.

Series 5-8 only contained about half the normal number of groups as many of the Chinese students were attending various national amateur tournaments.

Big Cycles

A "big cycle" tournament (usually 13 rounds) is held once a month to reorder people in the leagues.

The table below shows the number of wins and final rank of each participant in the big cycle tournaments.

Players [ext] Sept [ext] Oct [ext] Nov [ext] Dec
Ali (阿里) 6, 54th 7, 77th . .
Mateusz (马特乌) . 7, 70th . 7, 86th
Tanguy (唐吉) 6, 54th 7, 99th 6, 83rd 6, 85th
Timur (基姆) 6, 62nd 7, 86th 7, 71st 6, 97th
Grigorij (葛瑞沙) 5, 106th 7, 84th 6, 97th 5/11, 147th
Johannes (尤哈尼) . 5, 144th 6, 107th 5/11, 143rd
Valerij (瓦列里) 5, 112th 5, 135th 5, 132nd 4/11, 163rd
Kim (吉姆) 3, 143rd 5, 153rd 4, 160th 4/11, 171st

September

  • 150 participants. 11 rounds.
  • 28 of the participants played in the final (127 players) of the 2015 Chinese professional test. Their results (wins/#): (10,2), (9,2), (8,9), (7,12), (6,3). They accounted for 9 of the top 10 positions.

October (Teng Yun Cup)

  • 186 participants. 13 rounds. 10,000 yuan first prize.
  • 31 of the participants played in the final (127 players) of the 2015 Chinese professional test. Their results (wins/#): (12,1), (10,6), (9,9), (8,12), (7,3). They accounted for 7 of the top 10 positions.

November

  • 175 participants. 13 rounds.
  • 25 of the participants played in the final (127 players) of the 2015 Chinese professional test. Their results (wins/#): (12,1), (11,1), (10,6), (9,6), (8,8), (7,3). They accounted for 10 of the top 10 positions.

December

  • 182 participants. 13 rounds. Four of the CEGO participants only played in the first 11 rounds.
  • 27 of the participants played in the final (127 players) of the 2015 Chinese professional test. Their results (wins/#): (11,1), (10,6), (9,11), (8,6), (7,3). They accounted for 8 of the top 10 positions.

Huai An Cup

Eleven round national amateur tournament held from 6th-10th September. Attended by 156 players including two of the four "Gods" of Chinese amateur Go. Winner received 60,000 yuan prize.

[ext] Tournament report (Chinese with images + results)

Players Wins Rank
Ali (阿里) 5 81st
Tanguy (唐吉) 5 92nd
Timur (基姆) 5 100th
Grigorij (葛瑞沙) 5 105th
Johannes (尤哈尼) 5 105th
Valerij (瓦列里) 4 114th
Kim (吉姆) 3 147th

Tie Jun Cup

Three round team tournament held at Tsinghua University on 26th September. Each of the four participating teams consisted of 11 players. The European team finished in first place.

The team featured the eight CEGO trip participants as well as some foreigners in China including Sam Aitken and Karl Irwin from the UK, and Kai Meemken from Germany.

The CEGO participants won 21 out of their 24 matches. Ali Jabarin won all his games on board one and received praise for beating strong opponents with calm play. The non-CEGO trip players won all their games.

[ext] Tournament report (Chinese with images)

[ext] Award ceremony pics

[ext] More pics

Qinling Mountains Cup

Nine round tournament held in Xi'an from 9th-11th October for players from Europe as well as countries and 15 Chinese cities located along the ancient Silk Road. 60,000 yuan first prize. 59 participants from 13 countries.

This year's tournament welcomed back last year's champion Pavol Lisy as well as this year's CEGO trip participants, several former CEGO trip participants, and strong European players including Alexandre Dinerchtein and Artem Kachanovskyj. Among the strongest Chinese players was 李旭 (Lǐ X) who is ranked among the top dozen amateurs players in China.

The opening ceremony featured many traditional Chinese performances as well as an acoustic guitar performance by Benjamin Teuber. Nie Weiping 9p attended the ceremony.

Two games per round were broadcast on Tygem and WBaduk.

The seventh round match between Pavol Lisy and 李旭 was reviewed in the World of Weiqi (围棋天地) magazine. A translation of the review can be found here - /Pavol Lisy vs Li Xu.

The eventual tournament winner was 李旭 with nine straight wins. The Central Europe team of Mateusz Surma, Pavol Lisy and Lukas Podpera comfortably won the team tournament. The European players' individual results can be seen in the table below:

Players Nat Wins Rank CEGO Year Players Nat Wins Rank CEGO Year
Mateusz Surma Poland 7 2nd 2015 Alexandre Dinerchtein Russian Federation 5 24th n/a
Pavol Lisy Slovakia 7 3rd 2014 Timur Sankin Russian Federation 5 27th 2015
Andrii Kravets Ukraine 7 6th 2013/4/5 Jonathon Lidor Israel 5 29th n/a
Lukas Podpera Czech Republic 6 8th 2014 Benjamin Teuber Germany 4 34th 2013
Artem Kachanovskyj Ukraine 6 11th n/a Valerii Krushelnytskyi Ukraine 4 39th 2015
Ali Jabarin Israel 6 12th 2014/5 Andre D'Ales France 4 42nd n/a
Grigorij Fionin Russian Federation 6 15th 2015 Kim Shakhov Russian Federation 3 46th 2015
Tanguy Le Calve France 5 20th 2015 Lukas Kraemer Germany 3 47th 2013
Johannes Obenaus Germany 5 22nd 2015 Agzam Ismail-Akhunov Russian Federation 3 54th n/a

[ext] Eurogofed report

Opening ceremony - [ext] report (Chinese with images), [ext] performance pics, [ext] dinner pics

Day 1- [ext] report (Chinese with images & round four draw), [ext] pics part 1, [ext] pics part 2 (Chinese photographers really love Lukas Kraemer!)

Day 2 - [ext] report (Chinese with images & round seven draw), [ext] pics

Day 3 - [ext] report (Chinese with images & partial results), [ext] pics

Results - [ext] results table (Chinese with images, scroll down for table), [ext] award ceremony pics

12th Sankei Cup Preliminary

A three round preliminary tournament organized by the Kansai Ki-in and held in Osaka, Japan, in late October and early November. CEGO trip participants and EGF pros Ali Jabarin and Mateusz Surma competed along with AGA pros Andy Liu and Gansheng Shi, and number of Japanese pros. A series of exchanges matches were held between the second and third rounds.

R1 : Mateusz Surma 1p vs Kurahashi Masayuki 9p - W+5.5; Gansheng Shi 1p vs Mine Yasuhiro 3p - W+R; Ali Jabarin 1p vs Yu Zhengqi 7p - W+R; Imai Kazuhiro 6p vs Andy Liu 1p - W+R

R2 : Takashima Yugo 1p vs Andy Liu 1p - W+0.5

R3 : Andy Liu 1p vs Ha Yoniro 6p - B+2.5

Exchange Matches : Nishiyama Shizuka 1p vs Mateusz Surma 1p - B+R; Andy Liu 1p vs Shintani Yousuke 1p - B+R; Hong Seokui 1p vs Ali Jabarin 1p - B+R; Inaba Karin 1p vs Gansheng Shi 1p - B+7.5

[ext] USGO R1,2 Report, [ext] USGO R3 Report, [ext] USGO Exchange Match Report

Limin Cup

The 2015 "Limin Cup" World Top Star Go Finals, a 32-player knockout professional tournament, was held in Hangzhou from 27th November to 3rd December.

Ali Jabarin 1p represented Europe and Gansheng Shi 1p represented the United States. Both lost in the round of 32. 李维清 (Lǐ Wiqīng), a 15-year-old Chinese 2p, beat Ali, and 辜梓豪 (Gū Zǐho), a 17-year-old Chinese 4p, beat Gansheng. 辜梓豪 went on to win the tournament.

[ext] Report (Chinese), [ext] pics

Jin Longcheng Cup World Team Go Championship

Sixteen teams from around the world competed from 15th-23rd December in Guangzhou, China. The Korea 1 Team (Park Junghwan, Kim Jiseok, Lee Donghoon) won the tournament, beating China 1 in the final.

All of the CEGO participants except Valerii took part in the tournament.

The six European teams finished as follows: 10. Germany (2 wins), 11. Ukraine (2 wins), 12. Russia (2 wins), 13. Poland (2 wins), 14. France (1 win), 15. Israel (1 win).

The most notable result among the CEGO participants was Mateusz Surma's victory over Zheng Hong, a 9p competing for Australia.

[ext] Eurogofed's Tournie Details Report

[ext] Eurogofed's Tournie Results Report

[ext] EGD Qualifying Tournie Results Table

[ext] EGD Main Tournie Results Table

[ext] Mateusz interview (Chinese)

Discussion


CEGOAcademicSystem/Edition 2015-2016 last edited by 223.72.80.28 on January 2, 2016 - 05:55
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