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31 December 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Xiao Zhenghao beat Chen Shien W+R after 246 moves in the 4th game of the 9th Wangzuo, winning the title 3-1 (fifth title 2013 for Xiao).
30 December 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Wang Yuanjun beat Zhou Junxun B+2.5 after 270 moves in the 3rd game of the 3rd Youshi Shiduan, winning his third title in 2013.
28 December 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Xiao Zhenghao beat Chen Shien B+R after 211 moves in the 3rd game of the 9th Wangzuo. Xiao leads 2-1.
26 December 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Wang Yuanjun beat Chen Shien W+R in 174 moves in the 5th game of the 6th Taiwan Qiwang, winnig the title 4-1.
16 December 2013 (Korea Korea, Republic Of)
Cho Hunhyun beat Choi Kyubyeong in the Final game of the 4th Daejoo Cup, winning the title.
15 December 2013 (Korea Korea, Republic Of)
Choi Cheolhan beat Lee Sedol W+R in 366 moves in the 5th game of the 41th Myungin, winning the title 3-2.
14 December 2013 (Korea Korea, Republic Of)
Lee Sedol beat Choi Cheolhan W+1.5 after 262 in the 4th game of the 41th Myungin, evening the score 2-2.
11 December 2013 (Korea Korea, Republic Of)
Tang Weixing beat Lee Sedol W+R after 274 moves in the 2nd game of the 18th Samsung Cup, winning the title 2-0.
10 December 2013 (Korea Korea, Republic Of)
Tang Weixing beat Lee Sedol B+0.5 in 304 moves in the 1st game of the 18th Samsung Cup.
9 December 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Wang Yuanjun beat Zhou Junxun B+0.5 in the 2nd game of the 3rd Youshi Shiduan, evening the score 1-1.
9 December 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Chen Shien beat Xiao Zhenghao B+R after 189 moves in the 2nd game of the 9th Wangzuo, evening the score 1-1.
6 December 2013 (China China)
Mi Yuting beat Gu Li B+R in 187 moves in the 4th game of the 1st Mlily Cup, winning the title 3-1.
5 December 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Wang Yuanjun beat Chen Shien B+R in 177 moves in the 4th game of the 6th Taiwan Qiwang. Wang leads 3-1.
4 December 2013 (China China)
Mi Yuting beat Gu Li W+R in 202 moves in the 3rd game of the 1st Mlily Cup. Mi leads 2-1.
3 December 2013 (China China)
Lian Xiao beat Murakawa Daisuke W+R after 164 moves in the Final game of the 15th Japan China Agon Cup.
3 December 2013 (Korea Korea, Republic Of)
Cho Hanseung beat Lee Sedol W+3.5 after 351 moves in the 1st game of the 57th Kuksu.
3 December 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Xiao Zhenghao beat Chen Shien B+R in 197 moves in the 1st game of the 9th Wangzuo.
2-7 December 2013 (Korea Korea, Republic Of)
Kang Dongyun beat Kono Rin W+R in the fifth round of the 15th Nongshim Cup, then lost to Chen Yaoye in round six. In round seven Chen beat Yuki Satoshi B+R and Choi Cheolhan B+18.5 in round eight. Cho U beat Chen B+R in 241 moves in round nine, but lost W+R in 222 moves to Kim Jiseok in round 10.
2 December 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Zhou Junxun beat Wang Yuanjun B+1.5 in 288 moves in the 1st game of the 3rd Youshi Shiduan.
2 December 2013 (Japan Japan)
Iyama Yuta beat Cho U B+R after 221 moves in the 4th game of the 61th Oza, winning the title 3-1.
2 December 2013 (China China)
Mi Yuting beat Gu Li B+R in the 2nd game of the 1st Mlily Cup, evening the score.
30 November 2013 (China China)
Gu Li beat Mi Yuting B+1.5 in 275 moves in the 1st game of the 1st Mlily Cup.
29 November 2013 (Japan Japan)
Hane Naoki beat Nakano Hironari B+R after 237 moves in the Final game of the 54th Okan Tournament, winning the title.
28 November 2013 (Japan Japan)
Iyama Yuta beat Akiyama Jiro W+R after 176 moves in the 3rd game of the 39th Tengen, winning the title 3-0.
28 November 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Wang Yuanjun beat Chen Shien W+3.5 after 298 moves in the 3rd game of the 6th Taiwan Qiwang. Wang leads 2-1.
27 November 2013 (Japan Japan)
Mukai Chiaki beat Xie Yimin B+R in the 5th game of the 32th Female Honinbo, winning the title 3-2.
26 November 2013 (Korea Korea, Republic Of)
Choi Cheolhan beat Lee Sedol W+R after 236 moves in the 3rd game of the 41th Myungin.
24 November 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Xiao Zhenghao beat Lin Yuxiang W+R after 206 moves in the Final of the 3rd Zhongzheng Open Cup.
21 November 2013 (Japan Japan)
Cho U beat Iyama Yuta B+R in the 3rd game of the 61th Oza. Iyama leads 2-1.
21 November 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Wang Yuanjun beat Chen Shien B+0.5 in the 2nd game of the 6th Taiwan Qiwang, evening the score.
21 November 2013 (Korea Korea, Republic Of)
Kim Jiseok beat Mok Jinseok B+R in the 3rd game of the 4th Olleh KT Cup, winning the title 3-0.
20 November 2013 (Korea Korea, Republic Of)
Kim Jiseok beat Mok Jinseok W+3.5 after 304 moves in the 2nd game of the 4th Olleh KT Cup. Kim leads 2-0.
20 November 2013 (China China)
Chen Yaoye beat Tan Xiao W+R in 216 moves in the 3rd game of the 26th Mingren, winning the title 3-1.
19 November 2013 (Japan Japan)
Iyama Yuta beat Cho U B+R after 243 moves in the 2nd game of the 61th Oza. Iyama leads 2-0.
18 November 2013 (China China)
Chen Yaoye beat Tan Xiao B+1.5 in 296 moves in the 3rd game of the 26th Mingren. Chen leads 2-1.
18 November 2013 (Korea Korea, Republic Of)
Kim Jiseok beat Mok Jinseok B+R after 205 moves in the 1st game of the 4th Olleh KT Cup.
17 November 2013 (Japan Japan)
Ichiriki Ryo beat Fujita Akihiko W+R after 200 moves in the Final game of the 8th Hiroshima Arumi Cup, winning the title.
16 November 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Zhang Zhengping beat Dang Xiyun B+R after 197 moves in the last round of the 3rd Female Taiwan Mingren, winning the title (double robin round tournament).
14 November 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Chen Shien beat Wang Yuanjun B+R after 191 moves in the 1st game of the 6th Taiwan Qiwang.
12 November 2013 (Korea Korea, Republic Of)
Choi Cheolhan beat Lee Sedol B+R in the 2nd game of the 41th Myungin, evening the score 1-1.
11 November 2013 (Korea Korea, Republic Of)
Lee Sedol beat Choi Cheolhan B+4.5 in the 1st game of the 41th Myungin.
8 November 2013 (Japan Japan)
Xie Yimin beat Mukai Chiaki B+R after 189 moves in the 4th game of the 32th Female Honinbo, evening the score 2-2.
7 November 2013 (China China)
Chen Yaoye beat Tan Xiao W+R in the 2nd game of the 26th Mingren, evening the score.
6 November 2013 (China China)
Rui Naiwei beat Wang Chenxing W+R after 198 moves in the 2nd game of the 11th Jianqiao Cup, winning the title 2-0.
5 November 2013 (China China)
Tan Xiao beat Chen Yaoye W+0.5 after 278 moves in the 1st game of the 26th Mingren.
4 November 2013 (China China)
Rui Naiwei beatWang Chenxing B+R after 283 moves in the 1st game of the 11th Jianqiao Cup.
31 October 2013 (China China)
Yang Dingxin beat Zhou Ruiyang W+R after 190 moves in the Final of the 9th Weifufang, winning the title.
30 October 2013 (China China)
Choi Jung beat Park Jieun B+1.5 in the Final of the 6th Women's Kisung, winning the title.
29 October 2013 (Japan Japan)
Mukai Chiaki beat Xie Yimin B+3.5 in the 3rd game of the 32th Female Honinbo.
28 October 2013 (Japan Japan)
Iyama Yuta beat Akiyama Jiro B+3.5 in the 2nd game of the 39th Tengen.
27 October 2013 (Japan Japan)
Kyo Kagen beat Hirata Tomoya in the Final of the 10th Nakano Cup.
27 October 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Xiao Zhenghao beat Lin Lixiang W+R after 146 in the Final game of the 13th Donggang Cup, winning his 16th title.
24 October 2013 (China China)
Shi Yue beat Lian Xiao B+R after 151 moves in the 2nd game of the 10th Changqi Cup, winning the title 2-0.
24 October 2013 (Japan Japan)
Iyama Yuta beat Cho U W+R after 268 moves in the 1st game of the 61th Oza.
24 October 2013 (Japan Japan)
Nakano Yasuhiro beat a Kansai Kiin Amateur Yanagida Tomoya W+6 in the Final of the 9th Sankei Pro-Ama.
22-25 October 2013 (China China)
Fan Tingyu beat Yao Zhiteng B+R after 145 moves in the first round of the 15th Nongshim Cup, then Choi Kihoon B+6.5 after 226 moves and, in the third round, Anzai Nobuaki W+R after 166 moves. In the fourth round Kang Dongyun beat Fan W+R after 294 moves.
22 October 2013 (China China)
Shi Yue beat Lian Xiao W+R after 120 moves in the 1st game of the 10th Changqi Cup.
21 October 2013 (Japan Japan)
Iyama Yuta beat Akiyama Jiro W+R after 146 moves in the 1st game of the 39th Tengen.
17 October 2013 (China China)
Team China won the 14th All Asia New Star; runner up was the Korean team.
16,17 October 2013 (Japan Japan)
Iyama Yuta beat Yamashita Keigo B+4.5 after 258 moves in the 5th game of the 38th Meijin, thereby clinching the title at 4-1.
9,10 October 2013 (Japan Japan)
Iyama Yuta beat Yamashita Keigo W+R after 196 moves in the 4th game of the 38th Meijin. Iyama leads 3-1.
7 October 2013 (Japan Japan)
Xie Yimin beat Mukai Chiaki B+3.5 after 274 moves in the 2nd game of the 32th Female Honinbo.
5 October 2013 (Japan Japan)
Murakawa Daisuke beat Shida Tatsuya B+3.5 in the Final of the 20th Agon Cup, winning the title.
2 October 2013 (Japan Japan)
Mukai Chiaki beat Xie Yimin B+R after 143 moves in the 1st game of the 32th Female Honinbo.
27 September 2013 (Japan Japan)
Yamashita Keigo beat Kono Rin in the final game of the 22th Ryusei (the game was played 2013-08-26), winning the title.
26 September 2013 (Japan Japan)
Fujita Akihiko beat Yu Zhengqi in the 2nd game of the 38th Shinjin O, winning the title 2-0.
25,26 September 2013 (Japan Japan)
Iyama Yuta beat Yamashita Keigo B+1.5 in the 3rd game of the 38th Meijin. Iyama leads 2-1.
19,20 September 2013 (Japan Japan)
Iyama Yuta beat Yamashita Keigo W+R in the 2nd game of the 38th Meijin. The series is tied at 1-1.
19 September 2013 (Japan Japan)
Sakai Hideyuki beat Furuya Yutaka B+R after 177 moves in the 2nd game of the 57th Kansai Ki In First Place Championship, winning the title 2-0.
17 September 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Xiao Zhenghao beat Chen Shien B+R after 137 moves in the 4th game of the 9th Taiwan Guoshou, winning the title 3-1.
17 September 2013 (Japan Japan)
Fujita Akihiko beat Yu Zhengqi W+R after 214 moves in the 1st game of the 38th Shinjin O.
16 September 2013 (China China)
Lian Xiao beat Fan Tingyu W+4.5 after 312 moves in the final of the 15th Ahan Tongshan Cup.
12 September 2013 (China China)
Wang Chenxing beat Yu Zhiying W+R after 176 moves in the final of the 4th Qionglong.
12 September 2013 (Japan Japan)
Sakai Hideyuki beat Furuya Yutaka W+1.5 after 222 moves in the 1st game of the 57th Kansai Ki In First Place Championship.
10 September 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Xiao Zhenghao beat Chen Shien W+R after 272 moves in the 3rd game of the 9th Taiwan Guoshou. Xiao leads 2-1.
5,6 September 2013 (Japan Japan)
Yamashita Keigo beat Iyama Yuta W+R after 172 moves in the 1st game of the 38th Meijin.
3 September 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Xiao Zhenghao beat Chen Shien B+0.5 after 343 moves in the 2nd game of the 9th Taiwan Guoshou.
28 August 2013 (Korea Korea, Republic Of)
Park Junghwan beat Lee Yeongkyu B+R after 221 moves in the 3rd game of the 9th Korean Prices Information Cup, winning the title 2-1.
27 August 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Chen Shien beat Xiao Zhenghao B+0.5 in the 1st game of the 9th Taiwan Guoshou.
24 August 2013 (China China)
Chen Yaoye beat Park Yeonghun B+1.5 in the 3rd game of the 17th China Korea Tengen, winning the match 2-1.
23 August 2013 (China China)
Park Yeonghun beat Chen Yaoye B+R in the 2nd game of the 17th China Korea Tengen, evening the score.
23 August 2013 (Japan Japan)
Iyama Yuta beat Kono Rin W+2.5 after 277 moves in the 5th game of the 38th Gosei. Iyama won the match 3-2.
21 August 2013 (China China)
Chen Yaoye beat Park Yeonghun B+1.5 in the 1st game of the 17th China Korea Tengen.
21 August 2013 (Korea Korea, Republic Of)
Park Junghwan beat Lee Yeongkyu B+R in the 2nd game of the 9th Korean Prices Information Cup.
14 August 2013 (Korea Korea, Republic Of)
Lee Yeongkyu beat Park Junghwan B+R after 165 moves in the 1st game of the 9th Korean Prices Information Cup.
9 August 2013 (Japan Japan)
Iyama Yuta beat Kono Rin in the 4th game of the 38th Gosei, evening the score.
5 August 2013 (Japan Japan)
Iyama Yuta beat Kono Rin B+R in the play-off to decide the challenger of the 38th Meijin.
28 July 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Yang Bowei beat Wang Yuanjun in the final of the 4th Siyuan.
26 July 2013 (Japan Japan)
Iyama Yuta beat Kono Rin W+1.5 after 230 moves in the 3rd game of the 38th Gosei. Now, Kono leads 2-1.
23 July 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Xiao Zhenghao beat Chen Shien W+R after 279 moves in the 4th game of the 12th Taiwan Tianyuan, winning the title 3-1.
22 July 2013 (Japan Japan)
Kono Rin beat Iyama Yuta W+R after 194 moves in the 2nd game of the 38th Gosei, leading 2-0.
17,18 July 2013 (Japan Japan)
Iyama Yuta beat Takao Shinji B+4.5 in the 7th game of the 68th Honinbo, winning the title 4-3.
16 July 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Xiao Zhenghao beat Chen Shien W+1.5 after 286 moves in the 3rd game of the 12th Taiwan Tianyuan. Xiao leads 2-1.
13 July 2013 (Japan Japan)
Kobayashi Satoru beat Ishii Kunio W+1.5 after 261 moves in the Final of the 3rd Igo Masters Cup, winning his tenth title.
10,11 July 2013 (Japan Japan)
Takao Shinji beat Iyama Yuta W+R after 194 moves in the 6th game of the 68th Honinbo, evening the score.
9 July 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Chen Shien beat Xiao Zhenghao W+R in the 2nd game of the 12th Taiwan Tianyuan.
6 July 2013 (Japan Japan)
Kono Rin beat Iyama Yuta B+R after 161 moves in the 1st game of the 38th Gosei.
30 June 2013 (Japan Japan)
Iyama Yuta beat Park Junghwan W+R after 198 moves in the final game of the 25th Asian TV Cup, winning his first international title.
24,25 June 2013 (Japan Japan)
Iyama Yuta beat Takao Shinji W+R in the 5th game of the 68th Honinbo. Iyama leads 3-2.
20 June 2013 (China China)
Chen Yaoye beat Lee Sedol B+R after 211 moves in the 3rd game of the 9th Chunlan Cup, winning the title 2-1.
19 June 2013 (China China)
Lee Sedol beatChen Yaoye W+R after 172 moves in the 2nd game of the 9th Chunlan Cup, evening the score.
17, 18 June 2013 (Japan Japan)
Iyama Yuta beat Takao Shinji B+R in the 4th game of the 68th Honinbo. The score is even 2-2.
17 June 2013 (China China)
Chen Yaoye beat Lee Sedol W+R after 216 moves in the 1st game of the 9th Chunlan Cup.
7 June 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Xiao Zhenghao beat Chen Shien W+R after 202 moves in the 1st game of the 12th Taiwan Tianyuan.
5, 6 June 2013 (Japan Japan)
Takao Shinji beat Iyama Yuta B+R after 167 moves in the 3rd game of the 68th Honinbo. Takao leads 2-1.
1 June 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Lin Lixiang beat Wang Yuanjun B+2.5 after 306 moves in the 2nd game of the 1st Zhonghuan-Qisheng, winning 2-0 his first title.
28, 29 May 2013 (Japan Japan)
Takao Shinji beat Iyama Yuta W+R after 244 moves in the 2nd game of the 68th Honinbo, evening the score.
19 May 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Lin Lixiang beat Wang Yuanjun W+2.5 in the 1st game of the 1st Zhonghuan-Qisheng.
16, 17 May 2013 (Japan Japan)
Iyama Yuta beat Takao Shinji W+4.5 in the 1st game of the 68th Honinbo.
16 May 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Wang Yuanjun beat Xiao Zhenghao in the 3rd game of the 5th Haifong Cup, winning the title 2-1.
16 May 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Lu Jia beat Fan Weijing B+1.5 in the final game of the 2nd China Female Guoshou, winning the title.
16 May 2013 (China China)
Tao Xinran beat Fan Yunruo W+R in the 3rd game of the 20th Xinren Wang, winning the title.
16 2013 (Japan Japan)
Ichiriki Ryo beat Anzai Nobuaki in the final game of the 4th Okage, winning the tournament.
15 May 2013 (China China)
Chen Yaoye beat Gu Lingyi B+R in the 2nd game of the 27th Tianyuan, winning the title 2-0 (fifth title in a row for Chen).
14 May 2013 (China China)
Fan Yunruo beat Tao Xinran B+R in the 2nd game of the 20th Xinren Wang, evening the score 1-1.
13 May 2013 (China China)
Chen Yaoye beat Gu Lingyi W+R in the 1st game of the 27th Tianyuan.
13 May 2013 (China China)
Tao Xinran beat Fan Yunruo B+R in the 1st game of the 20th Xinren Wang.
9 May 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Wang Yuanjun beat Xiao Zhenghao B+5.5 in the 2nd game of the 5th Haifong Cup, evening the score.
2 May 2013 (Taiwan Taiwan, Province Of China)
Xiao Zhenghao beat Wang Yuanjun B+1.5 after 264 moves in the 1st game of the 5th Haifong Cup.
2 May 2013 (China China)
Zhou Ruiyang beat Tuo Jiaxi B+R after 215 moves in the 5th game of the 1st Luoyang Longmen Qisheng, winning the title 3-2.
30 April 2013 (China China)
Zhou Ruiyang beat Tuo Jiaxi B+R in the 4th game of the 1st Luoyang Longmen Qisheng, evening the score.
29 April 2013 (China China)
Zhou Ruiyang beat Tuo Jiaxi W+R in the 3rd game of the 1st Luoyang Longmen Qisheng. Tuo leads 2-1.
27 April 2013 (China China)
Tuo Jiaxi beat Zhou Ruiyang W+R in the 2nd game of the 1st Luoyang Longmen Qisheng. Tuo leads 2-0.
26 April 2013 (China China)
Tuo Jiaxi beat Zhou Ruiyang B+1.5 in the 1st game of the 1st Luoyang Longmen Qisheng.
26 April 2013 (Japan Japan)
Yuki Satoshi beat Iyama Yuta W+1.5 in the 5th game of the 51th Judan, winning the title 3-2.
22 April 2013 (Korea Korea, Republic Of)
Kim Jiseok beat Lee Sedol B+R in the 3rd game of the 18th GS Caltex Cup, winning the title 3-0.
18 April 2013 (Japan Japan)
Iyama Yuta beat Yuki Satoshi B+R in the 4th game of the 51th Judan, evening the score.
17 April 2013 (Korea Korea, Republic Of)
Kim Jiseok beat Lee Sedol W+R after 196 moves in the 2nd game of the 18th GS Caltex Cup. Kim leads 2-0.
16 April 2013 (Korea Korea, Republic Of)
Kim Jiseok beat Lee Sedol B+1.5 in the 1st game of the 18th GS Caltex Cup.
13 April 2013 (China China)
Zhou Ruiyang beat Tang Weixing B+R in the final game of the 13th Liguang Cup, winning the title.
13 April 2013 (China China)
Lu Jia and Jiang Weijie beat Yu Zhiying and Wang Lei Sr. in the final game of the 8th Liguang Pair Cup, winning the title.
6-11 April 2013 (ChinaChina)
8th-14th round of the 3rd Huang Longshi Cup. Yu Zhiying of China beat Mukai Chiaki, Mun Dowon, Xie Yimin, then lost to Choi Jung. In game 12, Choi beat Li He, then Wang Chenxing. Team Korea won the tournament.
4 April 2013 (Japan Japan)
Yuki Satoshi beat Iyama Yuta B+R after 189 moves in the 3rd game of the 51th Judan. Yuki leads 2-1.
3 April 2013 (China China)
Wang Xi beat Jiang Weijie W+R after 256 moves in the final Game of the 2013 CCTV Cup (a.k.a. Cina CITIC Bank Cup), winning the title.
2 April 2013 (Korea Korea, Republic Of)
Kang Dongyun beat Park Yeonghun W+R in the 2nd game of the 8th Siptan, winning the title 2-0.
1 April 2013 (Korea Korea, Republic Of)
Kang Dongyun beat Park Yeonghun B+R in the 1st game of the 8th Siptan.
30 March 2013 (Japan Japan)
Gu Li beat Cho U in the Final game of the 14th Japan China Agon Cup, winning the title for the fourth time.
28 March 2013 (Japan Japan)
Yuki Satoshi beat Iyama Yuta W+2.5 in the 2nd game of the 51th Judan. The score is even.
28 March 2013 (Korea Korea, Republic Of)
Byun Sangil beat Lee Donghoon W+R in the final of the 1st Sinin Wangjeon, winning the title.
27 March 2013 (Korea Korea, Republic Of)
Park Junghwan beat Lee Sedol B+R in the 2nd game of the 14th Maxim Cup, winning the title 2-0.
24 March 2013 (Japan Japan)
Yuki Satoshi beat Iyama Yuta W+9.5 in the Final game of the 60th NHK Cup.
23 March 2013 (Japan Japan)
Yuki Satoshi beat Takao Shinji B+3.5 in the Final game of the 8th Daiwa Cup, winning the title.
16 March 2013 (Korea Korea, Republic Of)
Park Junghwan beat Lee Sedol W+R in the 1st game of the 14th Maxim Cup.
13,14 March 2013 (Japan Japan)
Iyama Yuta beat Cho U B+R after 197 moves in the 6th game of the 37th Kisei, winning the title 4-2.
13 March 2013 (Japan Japan)
Xie Yimin beat Okuda Aya B+R after 163 moves in the 2nd game of the 25th Women's Meijin, winning the title 2-0.
12 March 2013 (Korea Korea, Republic Of)
Kim Hyeoimin beat Park Jiyun W+R the 2nd game of the 18th Women's Kuksu, winning the title 2-0.
10 March 2013 (ChinaChina)
Xie He beat Gu Li W+R after 180 moves in the final of the 12th Xinan Wang
7 March 2013 (Japan Japan)
Xie Yimin beat Okuda Aya W+5.5 after 315 moves in the 1st game of the 25th Women's Meijin.
6 March 2013 (Japan Japan)
Iyama Yuta beat Yuki Satoshi in the 1st game of the 51th Judan.
6 March 2013 (ChinaChina)
Fan Tingyu beat Park Junghwan B+R in the 4th game of the 7th Ing Cup, winning the title 3-1.
4 March 2013 (ChinaChina)
Fan Tingyu beat Park Junghwan W+R in the 3rd game of the 7th Ing Cup. Fan leads 2-1.
27, 28 February 2013 (Japan Japan)
Iyama Yuta beat Cho U W+R in the 5th game of the 37th Kisei, taking a 3-2 lead.
26 February - 1 March 2013 (ChinaChina)
3rd round of the 14th Nongshim Cup.
Team Korea: Park Junghwan, Choi Cheolhan, Kim Jiseok, Lee Hobum, Lee Donghoon
Team China: Xie He, [Jiang Weijie; [Wang Xi], Chen Yaoye, Tan Xiao
Team Japan: Takao Shinji, Murakawa Daisuke, Anzai Nobuaki, Fujita Akihiko, [Ida Atsushi).
In round 11, Choi Cheolhan beat Che Yaoye?, then lost to Xie He. Park Junghwan won in the round 13 against Xie He, then beat Jiang Weijie. Team Korea won the tournament.
22 February 2013 (China China)
Li Qincheng beat Huang Yunsong in the Final game of the 7th Xinxiu, winning the title.
21, 22 February 2013 (Japan Japan)
Cho U beat Iyama Yuta W+R in the 4th game of the 37th Kisei. The score is 2-2.
20-26 February 2013 (ChinaChina)
1st-7th round of the 3rd Huang Longshi Cup. Kim Chaeyeong of Korea beat Song Ronghui, Osawa Narumi, Chen Yiming and Ishii Akane, then, in round 5, lost to Yu Zhiying. In rounds 6 and 7 Yu beat Okuda Aya, then Kim Hyelim.
20 February 2013 (KoreaKorea, Republic Of)
Shi Yue beat Won Sungjin W+R in the 2nd game of the 17th LG Cup, winning the title 2-0.
19 February 2013 (KoreaKorea, Republic Of)
Kim Hyeoimin beat Park Jiyun B+R in the 1st game of the 18th Women's Kuksu.
18 February 2013 (KoreaKorea, Republic Of)
Shi Yue beat Won Sungjin B+R in the 1st game of the 17th LG Cup.
6,7 February 2013 (Japan Japan)
Cho U beat Iyama Yuta B+R in the 3rd game of the 37th Kisei. Iyama leads 2-1.
4 February 2013 (Korea Korea, Republic Of)
Park Junghwan beat Lee Changho W+R in the 3rd game of the 31th KBS Cup, winning the title 2-1 (third win in a row for Park in this title).
4 February 2013 (Korea Korea, Republic Of)
Park Junghwan beat Lee Changho W+R in the 2nd game of the 31th KBS Cup, evening the score 1-1.
1 February 2013 (Korea Korea, Republic Of)
Lee Changho beat Park Junghwan W+R in the 1st game of the 31th KBS Cup.
31 January, 1 February 2013 (Japan Japan)
Iyama Yuta beat Cho U B+R in the 2nd game of the 37th Kisei, extending his lead to 2-0.
31 January 2013 (KoreaKorea, Republic Of)
Choi Jung beat Park Jiyun B+R in the 3rd game of the 14th Women's Myeongin, winning the title 2-1.
29 January 2013 (KoreaKorea, Republic Of)
Choi Jung beat Park Jiyun B+R after 161 moves in the 2nd game of the 14th Women's Myeongin, evening the score.
28 January 2013 (Japan Japan)
Xie Yimin beat Aoki Kikuyo B+0.5 after 212 moves in the 2nd game of the 16th Female Kisei, winning the title 2-0.
24 January 2013 (KoreaKorea, Republic Of)
Park Jiyun beat Choi Jung in the 1st game of the 14th Women's Myeongin.
24 January 2013 (Japan Japan)
Xie Yimin beat Aoki Kikuyo in the 1st game of the 16th Female Kisei.
19 January 2013 (ChinaChina)
Zhou Ruiyang beat Chen Yaoye W+R in the 3rd game of the 1st Bailing Cup, winning the title 3-0.
17,18 January 2013 (Japan Japan)
Iyama Yuta beat Cho U W+5.5 in the 1st game of the 37th Kisei, taking a 1-0 lead.
17 January 2013 (KoreaKorea, Republic Of)
Park Yeonghun beat Choi Cheolhan in the 3rd game of the 17th Chunwon, winning the title 2-1.
15 January 2013 (KoreaKorea, Republic Of)
Park Yeonghun beat Choi Cheolhan in the 2nd game of the 17th Chunwon, evening the score 1-1.
12 January 2013 (ChinaChina)
Zhou Ruiyang beat Chen Yaoye B+R after 213 moves in the 2nd game of the 1st Bailing Cup. Zhou leads 2-0.
10 January 2013 (ChinaChina)
Zhou Ruiyang beat Chen Yaoye in the 1st game of the 1st Bailing Cup.
10 January 2013 (KoreaKorea, Republic Of)
Choi Cheolhan beat Park Yeonghun in the 1st game of the 17th Chunwon.
9 January 2013 (KoreaKorea, Republic Of)
Seo Neung-uk beat Seo Bongsoo B+R after 225 moves in the final of the 3rd Daejoo Cup.

Go News / Year 2013 last edited by 24.106.204.74 on February 7, 2014 - 18:52
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