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Post #41 Posted: Mon May 14, 2012 5:47 pm 
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According to http://ranka.intergofed.org/, it seems like a slight clock malfunction which confused both players until the clock ran out of time. My apologies to the American representative. I wonder how often this happens in the WAGC. They should use better clocks if this happens too often.

The officials decided that there was no clock malfunction, but rather that he just ran out of time.

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Post #42 Posted: Tue May 15, 2012 12:55 am 
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i've heard (from report by Lukáš Podpěra) that after the confusion Nakazono actually pushed his clock few seconds before the end of the period, but the clock wouldn't respond and announced the time loss. i can't tell what had really happened, just wanted to share another version of the events

i am only familiar with the ing clock, but for them it is truth that i occasionaly have to push them twice in order for them to take a notice. luckily never happened in such a time trouble to cause me to lose. it shows an advantage of DGT style clock over the clock with buttons. once you push them, it is obvious

either way, the moral of the story is that you should never resign and sometimes it earns you a win regardless of the situation on the board :-|

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Pl Name                          Country              Pt   SOS       
1  QIAO Zhijian                  China                 5    16      31+   9+  30+   5+   3+   2?
2  Hyunjoon LEE                  Korea                 5    13      50+  36+  11+  17+   4+   1?
3  CHEN Cheng-Hsun               Chinese Taipei        4    17      43+   7+  14+  13+   1-   8?
4  RI Kwang Hyok                 DPR Korea             4    16      53+   6+  16+  12+   2-   7?
5  CHAN Chi Hin                  Hong Kong – China     4    16      35+  20+  18+   1-  14+   9?
6  Pal BALOGH                    Hungary               4    15      34+   4-  26+  15+  22+  10?
7  ZHOU Yuan                     USA                   4    14      33+   3-  37+  11+  19+   4?
8  Benjamin TEUBER               Germany               4    13      49+  13-  25+  23+  21+   3?
9  LOU Yuxiang                   Singapore             4    13      48+   1-  31+  30+  12+   5?
10 LISY Pavol                    Slovakia              4    13      15+  46+  12-  16+  24+   6?
11 Seizoh NAKAZONO               Japan                 3    18      23+  24+   2-   7-  13+  29?
12 Gheorghe Cornel BURZO         Romania               3    17      26+  44+  10+   4-   9-  13?
13 Lukas PODPERA                 Czech Republic        3    17      21+   8+  17+   3-  11-  12?
14 Juri KURONEN                  Finland               3    16      45+  19+   3-  20+   5-  25?
15 Rémi CAMPAGNIE                France                3    15      10-  40+  29+   6-  34+  18?
16 Lothar SPIEGEL                Austria               3    14      38+  41+   4-  10-  39+  32?
17 MATOH Leon                    Slovenia              3    14      27+  32+  13-   2-  50+  28?
18 LI Xianyu                     Canada                3    14      28+  37+   5-  21-  35+  15?
19 Samuel AITKEN                 UK                    3    13      47+  14-  33+  28+   7-  27?
20 DO Khanh Binh                 Vietnam               3    13      42+   5-  35+  14-  31+  24?
21 LI LONGYANG                   New Zealand           3    13      13-  49+  32+  18+   8-  22?
22 Jannik Lundgaard RASMUSSEN    Denmark               3    13      29+  30-  41+  34+   6-  21?
23 SAECHEN Panjawat              Thailand              3    13      11-  39+  36+   8-  38+  26?
24 Alexander EERBEEK             Netherlands           3    12      39+  11-  51+  38+  10-  20?
25 Martin LI                     Sweden                3    12      32-  27+   8-  52+  37+  14?
26 ZAID Waqi                     Malaysia              3    11      12-  54+   6-  48+  30+  23?
27 Jigor POPOV                   Russia                3    11      17-  25-  49+  43+  32+  19?
28 François GONZE                Belgium               3     9      18-  56+  47+  19-  33+  17?
29 Aliaksandr SUPONEU            Belarus               3     9      22-  55+  15-  46+  40+  11?
30 CHAN Kouk Wang                Macau – China         2    15      55+  22+   1-   9-  26-  39?
31 Carlo METTA                   Italy                 2    15       1-  48+   9-  44+  20-  45?
32 Eduardo LOPEZ HERRERO         Argentina             2    14      25+  17-  21-  42+  27-  16?
33 Pål Harald SANNES             Norway                2    14       7-  43+  19-  36+  28-  37?
34 Andreas M. GÖTZFRIED          Luxembourg            2    13       6-  53+  44+  22-  15-  42?
35 Félicien MAZILLE              Switzerland           2    13       5-  42+  20-  47+  18-  43?
36 Mijodrag STANKOVIC            Serbia                2    12      51+   2-  23-  33-  46+  41?
37 Dragan PAUNIC                 Bosnia-Herzegovina    2    11      56+  18-   7-  51+  25-  33?
38 Zoran MUTABZIJA               Croatia               2    11      16-  52+  46+  24-  23-  44?
39 Pau CARLES RAMON              Spain                 2    11      24-  23-  50+  49+  16-  30?
40 John LEUNER                   South Africa          2    10      46-  15-  53+  41+  29-  48?
41 David BOFINGER                Australia             2    10      52+  16-  22-  40-  51+  36?
42 Kerek KARAERKEK               Turkey                2    10      20-  35-  45+  32-  54+  34?
43 ACUNA SILVA Carlos Andre      Colombia              2    10       3-  33-  56+  27-  47+  35?
44 Daniele TOME                  Portugal              2     9      54+  12-  34-  31-  52+  38?
45 Luis CAJIAO                   Costa Rica            2     7      14-  47-  42-  55+  48+  31?
46 Colin MACSWEENY               Ireland               1    13      40+  10-  38-  29-  36-  50?
47 Salvador LARIOS SANCHEZ       Mexico                1    12      19-  45+  28-  35-  43-  51?
48 Demetris REGGINOS             Cyprus                1    12       9-  31-  54+  26-  45-  40?
49 Albertas PETRAUSKA            Lithuania             1    12       8-  21-  27-  39-  56+  54?
50 Nadeen PREM                   Brazil                1    12       2-  51-  39-  53+  17-  46?
51 Leslie PEREZ CACERES          Chile                 1    10      36-  50+  24-  37-  41-  47?
52 Bayarjargal SHARTOLOGOI       Mongolia              1     9      41-  38-  55+  25-  44-  53?
53 FANG Xiaoyan                  China (2)             1     9       4-  34-  40-  50-  55+  52?
54 Bahadur Bayram TAHIRBAYOV     Azerbaijan            1     8      44-  26-  48-  56+  42-  49?
55 Ismail JA                     Morocco               0     9      30-  29-  52-  45-  53-  56?
56 Ivan IVANOV                   Bulgaria              0     9      37-  28-  43-  54-  49-  55?

From the reports at Ranka I gather that the Moroccan player is a no show, but he is paired each round, so all those results are forfeits.


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Post #44 Posted: Tue May 15, 2012 4:09 am 
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Standings after round 6.

Now with the official ranks, short country codes and all names converted to have last name first, with a comma behind it where appropriate.

Sorting is now according to the official rules (SOS, SOS without first round, SOS without first two rounds, etc).

All games against the absent Moroccan player are listed as 0+, and the Moroccan player has all his games listed as 0-.

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Pl Name                       Rank C/R   Pt   SOS       
1  Qiao Zhijian                 7d  CN    6    25      23+   7+  24+   2+   4+   3+   5?
2  Chan Chi_Hin                 6d  HK    5    24      31+  15+  21+   1-   8+   7+   4?
3  Lee, Hyunjoon                4d  KR    5    23      51+  34+  11+  17+   5+   1-   6?
4  Chen Cheng_Hsun              7d  TW    5    23      40+   9+   8+  20+   1-  14+   2?
5  Ri Kwang_Hyok                6d  KP    5    23      48+   6+  29+  10+   3-   9+   1?
6  Balogh, Pal                  6d  HU    5    23      22+   5-  30+  13+  16+  12+   3?
7  Lou Yuxiang                  5d  SG    4    22      50+   1-  23+  24+  10+   2-  15?
8  Kuronen, Juri                5d  FI    4    22      49+  25+   4-  15+   2-  28+   9?
9  Zhou Yuan                    7d  US    4    22      39+   4-  36+  11+  25+   5-   8?
10 Burzo, Gheorghe_Cornel       6d  RO    4    22      30+  37+  12+   5-   7-  20+  16?
11 Nakazono, Seizoh             8d  JP    4    22      18+  32+   3-   9-  20+  33+  12?
12 Lisy Pavol                   5d  SK    4    21      13+  43+  10-  29+  32+   6-  11?
13 Campagnie, Rémi              5d  FR    4    21      12-  38+  33+   6-  22+  21+  18?
14 Teuber, Benjamin             6d  DE    4    20      46+  20-  28+  18+  26+   4-  17?
15 Do Khanh_Binh                2d  VN    4    20      44+   2-  31+   8-  23+  32+   7?
16 Rasmussen, Jannik_Lundgaard  4d  DK    4    19      33+  24-  45+  22+   6-  26+  10?
17 Matoh Leon                   5d  SI    4    19      19+  27+  20-   3-  51+  35+  14?
18 Saechen Panjawat             4d  TH    4    18      11-  42+  34+  14-  41+  30+  13?
19 Popov, Jigor                 5d  RU    4    17      17-  28-  46+  40+  27+  25+  34?
20 Podpera, Lukas               5d  CZ    3    24      26+  14+  17+   4-  11-  10-  27?
21 Li Xianyu                    6d  CA    3    21      35+  36+   2-  26-  31+  13-  25?
22 Götzfried, Andreas_M         4d  LU    3    20       6-  48+  37+  16-  13-  44+  38?
23 Metta, Carlo                 3d  IT    3    20       1-  50+   7-  37+  15-  49+  31?
24 Chan Kouk_Wang               5d  MO    3    19       0+  16+   1-   7-  30-  42+  37?
25 Aitken, Samuel               4d  UK    3    19      47+   8-  39+  35+   9-  19-  21?
26 Li Longyang                  5d  NZ    3    19      20-  46+  27+  21+  14-  16-  28?
27 Lopez_Herrero, Eduardo       5d  AR    3    19      28+  17-  26-  44+  19-  29+  20?
28 Li, Martin                   5d  SE    3    19      27-  19+  14-  53+  36+   8-  26?
29 Spiegel, Lothar              4d  AT    3    18      41+  45+   5-  12-  42+  27-  32?
30 Zaid Waqi                    4d  MY    3    18      10-  54+   6-  50+  24+  18-  33?
31 Mazille, Félicien            1d  CH    3    18       2-  44+  15-  47+  21-  40+  23?
32 Eerbeek, Alexander           5d  NL    3    17      42+  11-  52+  41+  12-  15-  29?
33 Suponeu, Aliaksandr          1d  BY    3    17      16-   0+  13-  43+  38+  11-  30?
34 Stankovic, Mijodrag          5d  RS    3    16      52+   3-  18-  39-  43+  45+  19?
35 Gonze, François              4d  BE    3    15      21-  55+  47+  25-  39+  17-  36?
36 Paunic, Dragan               2d  BA    3    14      55+  21-   9-  52+  28-  39+  35?
37 Tome, Daniele                3d  PT    3    14      54+  10-  22-  23-  53+  41+  24?
38 Leuner, John                 2d  ZA    3    14      43-  13-  48+  45+  33-  50+  22?
39 Sannes, Pål_Harald           4d  NO    2    18       9-  40+  25-  34+  35-  36-  47?
40 Acuna_Silva Carlos_Andre     3d  CO    2    17       4-  39-  55+  19-  47+  31-  49?
41 Mutabzija, Zoran             5d  HR    2    16      29-  53+  43+  32-  18-  37-  42?
42 Carles_Ramon, Pau            3d  ES    2    16      32-  18-  51+  46+  29-  24-  41?
43 MacSweeney, Colin            1k  IE    2    16      38+  12-  41-  33-  34-  51+  48?
44 Karaerkek, Kerek             2d  TR    2    16      15-  31-  49+  27-  54+  22-  45?
45 Bofinger, David              2d  AU    2    15      53+  29-  16-  38-  52+  34-  44?
46 Petrauska, Albertas          1d  LT    2    15      14-  26-  19-  42-  55+  54+  52?
47 Larios_Sanchez, Salvador     2d  MX    2    14      25-  49+  35-  31-  40-  52+  39?
48 Fang Xiaoyan                 3d  CN    2    13       5-  22-  38-  51-   0+  53+  43?
49 Cajiao, Luis                 2d  CR    2    12       8-  47-  44-   0+  50+  23-  40?
50 Regginos, Demetris           1d  CY    1    16       7-  23-  54+  30-  49-  38-  55?
51 Prem, Nadeen                 3d  BR    1    16       3-  52-  42-  48+  17-  43-  53?
52 Perez_Caceres, Leslie        4k  CL    1    14      34-  51+  32-  36-  45-  47-  46?
53 Shartologoi, Bayarjargal     4d  MN    1    12      45-  41-   0+  28-  37-  48-  51?
54 Tahirbayov, Bahadur_Bayram   6d  AZ    1    12      37-  30-  50-  55+  44-  46-   0+
55 Ivanov, Ivan                 3k  BG    1    11      36-  35-  40-  54-  46-   0+  50?
56 Ja, Ismail                   7k  MA    0    12       0-   0-   0-   0-   0-   0-   0-

EDIT: Gave Colin his uppercase S and extra e :)


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Where are you getting the SGFs? I was looking for the Chile-Brazil game to share with the Brazil FB group. Thanks.

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A selection of the kifu can be found here: http://www.nihonkiin.or.jp/amakisen/worldama/33/e/kifu.html. The Chile-Brazil game is not listed. I don't know if there is a more comprehensive source.


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More than a selection of kifu is a selection of games.

In Japan they've been putting 8 computers to transmit some games and have the policy of "try to transmit at least one game from every participant". Obviously they always put attention to the top favorites, but if China is about to play a low-dan they don't transmit that one and prefer a fighted 1dan-1dan game of players that didn't have a chance to be seen online.

In China they only put 4 tables: one for China, one for the South Korea and the matches of the other 2 top classified players. Differente places, different philosophy

You can compare:
http://www.nihonkiin.or.jp/amakisen/wor ... /kifu.html
http://www.nihonkiin.or.jp/amakisen/wor ... /kifu.html
http://www.nihonkiin.or.jp/amakisen/wor ... /kifu.html
http://www.nihonkiin.or.jp/amakisen/wor ... /kifu.html

So, we depend on the memory of the each of the other player to think about any extra kifu. And I think we won't see the game Brasil-Chile but in photos

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dankenzon wrote:
More than a selection of kifu is a selection of games.

In Japan they've been putting 8 computers to transmit some games and have the policy of "try to transmit at least one game from every participant". Obviously they always put attention to the top favorites, but if China is about to play a low-dan they don't transmit that one and prefer a fighted 1dan-1dan game of players that didn't have a chance to be seen online.

In China they only put 4 tables: one for China, one for the South Korea and the matches of the other 2 top classified players. Differente places, different philosophy

You can compare:
http://www.nihonkiin.or.jp/amakisen/wor ... /kifu.html
http://www.nihonkiin.or.jp/amakisen/wor ... /kifu.html
http://www.nihonkiin.or.jp/amakisen/wor ... /kifu.html
http://www.nihonkiin.or.jp/amakisen/wor ... /kifu.html

So, we depend on the memory of the each of the other player to think about any extra kifu. And I think we won't see the game Brasil-Chile but in photos


understandable.. but some guys from a brazil go group on face asked about it, so i figured i'd try here.. thanks all the same..

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Post #49 Posted: Tue May 15, 2012 10:39 am 
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He-he I wasn't suggested he (Japanese 8d) was breaking any rules - I was saying double handed play is breaking the rules. Now I've read about what happened, there is scope for saying that this smelt a bit. It could well be a case of Japan thought they pressed the clock after their move- but didn't, USA then plays, tries to press the clock. Obviously you can't press the clock twice, so it does nothing. Then Japan runs out of time. If I notice somebody hasn't pressed their clock, I do generally tell them, because it is the nice thing to do.

Anyway, I have no idea what happened, I just hope the referee did. :)

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It's a good point, but since the game is almost over, why not just finish it. The Japanese guy is an older gentleman. He may be less familiar or forgetful when it comes to clocks. I don't think he was deliberately breaking the rules. My opponents in real life tournaments often forget to press their clocks. Sometimes even I do. Of course, I wasn't there, so it's hard to say what actually happened in regards to time. What's unquestionable is what is on the board. I think anyone with a basic knowledge of go can win that game in the Japanese player's position.

I don't know and it's completely the American's right to take the victory. I just believe it's good sportsmanship to finish a game that's almost done.

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Post #50 Posted: Tue May 15, 2012 10:46 am 
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Herman, I think your script doesn't handle Mac / Mc names properly?
Colin MacSweeney is correct.

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Post #51 Posted: Tue May 15, 2012 12:00 pm 
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Javaness2 wrote:
Herman, I think your script doesn't handle Mac / Mc names properly?
Colin MacSweeney is correct.


Ah yes, it does a very simple conversion from the ranka tables, just lowercasing everything but the first letter. I've fixed it.

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Quite interesting fight between North Corea (Black) and China (White) from the very beginning!! in a very complex and recent variation of the three space pincer after a keima approach on a 3-4 point!

It's sad that the game was won by time for China!


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Post #53 Posted: Tue May 15, 2012 10:21 pm 
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dankenzon wrote:
Quite interesting fight between North Corea (Black) and China (White) from the very beginning!! in a very complex and recent variation of the three space pincer after a keima approach on a 3-4 point!

It's sad that the game was won by time for China!


The Chinese player was comfortably ahead though, so it doesn't make a difference in this case.

It was very bad for the Japan-USA game, where the time forfeit reverted the result on the board.

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Code:
Pl Name                       Rank C/R   Pt   SOS       
1  Qiao Zhijian                 7d  CN    7    35      25+   6+  21+   4+   2+   3+   5+   9?
2  Chen Cheng_Hsun              7d  TW    6    33      39+  15+  11+  14+   1-   9+   4+   3?
3  Lee, Hyunjoon                4d  KR    6    31      48+  30+   8+  20+   5+   1-   7+   2?
4  Chan Chi_Hin                 6d  HK    5    34      34+  17+  22+   1-  11+   6+   2-  13?
5  Ri Kwang_Hyok                6d  KP    5    32      51+   7+  33+  10+   3-  15+   1-  12?
6  Lou Yuxiang                  5d  SG    5    31      47+   1-  25+  21+  10+   4-  17+   7?
7  Balogh, Pal                  6d  HU    5    31      26+   5-  24+  19+  18+  16+   3-   6?
8  Nakazono, Seizoh             8d  JP    5    30      12+  27+   3-  15-  14+  35+  16+  28?
9  Teuber, Benjamin             6d  DE    5    29      42+  14-  29+  12+  23+   2-  20+   1?
10 Burzo, Gheorghe_Cornel       6d  RO    5    29      24+  37+  16+   5-   6-  14+  18+  11?
11 Kuronen, Juri                5d  FI    5    27      50+  31+   2-  17+   4-  29+  15+  10?
12 Saechen Panjawat             4d  TH    5    26       8-  36+  30+   9-  45+  24+  19+   5?
13 Popov, Jigor                 5d  RU    5    22      20-  29-  42+  39+  32+  31+  30+   4?
14 Podpera, Lukas               5d  CZ    4    32      23+   9+  20+   2-   8-  10-  32+  15?
15 Zhou Yuan                    7d  US    4    31      38+   2-  28+   8+  31+   5-  11-  14?
16 Lisy Pavol                   5d  SK    4    29      19+  43+  10-  33+  27+   7-   8-  18?
17 Do Khanh_Binh                2d  VN    4    28      46+   4-  34+  11-  25+  27+   6-  22?
18 Rasmussen, Jannik_Lundgaard  4d  DK    4    28      35+  21-  44+  26+   7-  23+  10-  16?
19 Campagnie, Rémi              5d  FR    4    28      16-  40+  35+   7-  26+  22+  12-  27?
20 Matoh Leon                   5d  SI    4    28      13+  32+  14-   3-  48+  41+   9-  23?
21 Chan Kouk_Wang               5d  MO    4    26       0+  18+   1-   6-  24-  36+  37+  26?
22 Li Xianyu                    6d  CA    4    26      41+  28+   4-  23-  34+  19-  31+  17?
23 Li_Longyang,                 5d  NZ    4    26      14-  42+  32+  22+   9-  18-  29+  20?
24 Zaid Waqi                    4d  MY    4    26      10-  52+   7-  47+  21+  12-  35+  25?
25 Metta, Carlo                 3d  IT    4    26       1-  47+   6-  37+  17-  50+  34+  24?
26 Götzfried, Andreas_M         4d  LU    4    23       7-  51+  37+  18-  19-  46+  40+  21?
27 Eerbeek, Alexander           5d  NL    4    22      36+   8-  53+  45+  16-  17-  33+  19?
28 Paunic, Dragan               2d  BA    4    19      54+  22-  15-  53+  29-  38+  41+   8?
29 Li, Martin                   5d  SE    3    27      32-  13+   9-  55+  28+  11-  23-  44?
30 Stankovic, Mijodrag          5d  RS    3    26      53+   3-  12-  38-  43+  44+  13-  33?
31 Aitken, Samuel               4d  UK    3    26      49+  11-  38+  41+  15-  13-  22-  36?
32 Lopez_Herrero, Eduardo       5d  AR    3    25      29+  20-  23-  46+  13-  33+  14-  41?
33 Spiegel, Lothar              4d  AT    3    24      45+  44+   5-  16-  36+  32-  27-  30?
34 Mazille, Félicien            1d  CH    3    24       4-  46+  17-  49+  22-  39+  25-  37?
35 Suponeu, Aliaksandr          1d  BY    3    23      18-   0+  19-  43+  40+   8-  24-  42?
36 Carles_Ramon, Pau            3d  ES    3    23      27-  12-  48+  42+  33-  21-  45+  31?
37 Tome, Daniele                3d  PT    3    22      52+  10-  26-  25-  55+  45+  21-  34?
38 Sannes, Pål_Harald           4d  NO    3    22      15-  39+  31-  30+  41-  28-  49+  40?
39 Acuna_Silva Carlos_Andre     3d  CO    3    22       2-  38-  54+  13-  49+  34-  50+  43?
40 Leuner, John                 2d  ZA    3    21      43-  19-  51+  44+  35-  47+  26-  38?
41 Gonze, François              4d  BE    3    21      22-  54+  49+  31-  38+  20-  28-  32?
42 Petrauska, Albertas          1d  LT    3    21       9-  23-  13-  36-  54+  52+  53+  35?
43 MacSweeney, Colin            1k  IE    3    19      40+  16-  45-  35-  30-  48+  51+  39?
44 Bofinger, David              2d  AU    3    17      55+  33-  18-  40-  53+  30-  46+  29?
45 Mutabzija, Zoran             5d  HR    2    22      33-  55+  43+  27-  12-  37-  36-  48?
46 Karaerkek, Kerek             2d  TR    2    21      17-  34-  50+  32-  52+  26-  44-  49?
47 Regginos, Demetris           1d  CY    2    21       6-  25-  52+  24-  50-  40-  54+  51?
48 Prem, Nadeen                 3d  BR    2    20       3-  53-  36-  51+  20-  43-  55+  45?
49 Larios_Sanchez, Salvador     2d  MX    2    18      31-  50+  41-  34-  39-  53+  38-  46?
50 Cajiao, Luis                 2d  CR    2    18      11-  49-  46-   0+  47+  25-  39-  52?
51 Fang Xiaoyan                 3d  CN    2    18       5-  26-  40-  48-   0+  55+  43-  47?
52 Tahirbayov, Bahadur_Bayram   6d  AZ    2    15      37-  24-  47-  54+  46-  42-   0+  50?
53 Perez_Caceres, Leslie        4k  CL    1    21      30-  48+  27-  28-  44-  49-  42-   0+
54 Ivanov, Ivan                 3k  BG    1    17      28-  41-  39-  52-  42-   0+  47-  55?
55 Shartologoi, Bayarjargal     4d  MN    1    15      44-  45-   0+  29-  37-  51-  48-  54?
56 Ja, Ismail                   7k  MA    0    15       0-   0-   0-   0-   0-   0-   0-   0-


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1  Qiao Zhijian                 7d  CN    8    45      16+   9+  19+   4+   3+   2+   5+  10+
2  Lee, Hyunjoon                4d  KR    7    41      50+  37+   8+  23+   5+   1-   6+   3+
3  Chen Cheng_Hsun              7d  TW    6    45      35+  21+   7+  12+   1-  10+   4+   2-
4  Chan Chi_Hin                 6d  HK    6    42      38+  13+  24+   1-   7+   9+   3-  20+
5  Ri Kwang_Hyok                6d  KP    6    41      52+   6+  31+  11+   2-  21+   1-  15+
6  Balogh, Pal                  6d  HU    6    40      28+   5-  25+  17+  14+  22+   2-   9+
7  Kuronen, Juri                5d  FI    6    37      48+  30+   3-  13+   4-  27+  21+  11+
8  Nakazono, Seizoh             8d  JP    6    37      15+  29+   2-  21-  12+  33+  22+  32+
9  Lou Yuxiang                  5d  SG    5    43      45+   1-  16+  19+  11+   4-  13+   6-
10 Teuber, Benjamin             6d  DE    5    40      42+  12-  27+  15+  18+   3-  23+   1-
11 Burzo, Gheorghe_Cornel       6d  RO    5    39      25+  34+  22+   5-   9-  12+  14+   7-
12 Podpera, Lukas               5d  CZ    5    39      18+  10+  23+   3-   8-  11-  26+  21+
13 Do Khanh_Binh                2d  VN    5    36      44+   4-  38+   7-  16+  29+   9-  24+
14 Rasmussen, Jannik_Lundgaard  4d  DK    5    36      33+  19-  46+  28+   6-  18+  11-  22+
15 Saechen Panjawat             4d  TH    5    35       8-  39+  37+  10-  43+  25+  17+   5-
16 Metta, Carlo                 3d  IT    5    35       1-  45+   9-  34+  13-  48+  38+  25+
17 Campagnie, Rémi              5d  FR    5    34      22-  40+  33+   6-  28+  24+  15-  29+
18 Li_Longyang,                 5d  NZ    5    34      12-  42+  26+  24+  10-  14-  27+  23+
19 Chan Kouk_Wang               5d  MO    5    33       0+  14+   1-   9-  25-  39+  34+  28+
20 Popov, Jigor                 5d  RU    5    32      23-  27-  42+  35+  26+  30+  37+   4-
21 Zhou Yuan                    7d  US    4    41      36+   3-  32+   8+  30+   5-   7-  12-
22 Lisy Pavol                   5d  SK    4    38      17+  47+  11-  31+  29+   6-   8-  14-
23 Matoh Leon                   5d  SI    4    36      20+  26+  12-   2-  50+  41+  10-  18-
24 Li Xianyu                    6d  CA    4    35      41+  32+   4-  18-  38+  17-  30+  13-
25 Zaid Waqi                    4d  MY    4    35      11-  51+   6-  45+  19+  15-  33+  16-
26 Lopez_Herrero, Eduardo       5d  AR    4    33      27+  23-  18-  44+  20-  31+  12-  41+
27 Li, Martin                   5d  SE    4    33      26-  20+  10-  55+  32+   7-  18-  46+
28 Götzfried, Andreas_M         4d  LU    4    33       6-  52+  34+  14-  17-  44+  40+  19-
29 Eerbeek, Alexander           5d  NL    4    32      39+   8-  53+  43+  22-  13-  31+  17-
30 Aitken, Samuel               4d  UK    4    31      49+   7-  36+  41+  21-  20-  24-  39+
31 Spiegel, Lothar              4d  AT    4    30      43+  46+   5-  22-  39+  26-  29-  37+
32 Paunic, Dragan               2d  BA    4    29      54+  24-  21-  53+  27-  36+  41+   8-
33 Suponeu, Aliaksandr          1d  BY    4    29      14-   0+  17-  47+  40+   8-  25-  42+
34 Tome, Daniele                3d  PT    4    28      51+  11-  28-  16-  55+  43+  19-  38+
35 Acuna_Silva Carlos_Andre     3d  CO    4    28       3-  36-  54+  20-  49+  38-  48+  47+
36 Sannes, Pål_Harald           4d  NO    4    27      21-  35+  30-  37+  41-  32-  49+  40+
37 Stankovic, Mijodrag          5d  RS    3    33      53+   2-  15-  36-  47+  46+  20-  31-
38 Mazille, Félicien            1d  CH    3    33       4-  44+  13-  49+  24-  35+  16-  34-
39 Carles_Ramon, Pau            3d  ES    3    30      29-  15-  50+  42+  31-  19-  43+  30-
40 Leuner, John                 2d  ZA    3    28      47-  17-  52+  46+  33-  45+  28-  36-
41 Gonze, François              4d  BE    3    28      24-  54+  49+  30-  36+  23-  32-  26-
42 Petrauska, Albertas          1d  LT    3    28      10-  18-  20-  39-  54+  51+  53+  33-
43 Mutabzija, Zoran             5d  HR    3    26      31-  55+  47+  29-  15-  34-  39-  50+
44 Karaerkek, Kerek             2d  TR    3    26      13-  38-  48+  26-  51+  28-  46-  49+
45 Regginos, Demetris           1d  CY    3    26       9-  16-  51+  25-  48-  40-  54+  52+
46 Bofinger, David              2d  AU    3    25      55+  31-  14-  40-  53+  37-  44+  27-
47 MacSweeney, Colin            1k  IE    3    25      40+  22-  43-  33-  37-  50+  52+  35-
48 Cajiao, Luis                 2d  CR    3    25       7-  49-  44-   0+  45+  16-  35-  51+
49 Larios_Sanchez, Salvador     2d  MX    2    26      30-  48+  41-  38-  35-  53+  36-  44-
50 Prem, Nadeen                 3d  BR    2    25       2-  53-  39-  52+  23-  47-  55+  43-
51 Tahirbayov, Bahadur_Bayram   6d  AZ    2    22      34-  25-  45-  54+  44-  42-   0+  48-
52 Fang Xiaoyan                 3d  CN    2    22       5-  28-  40-  50-   0+  55+  47-  45-
53 Perez_Caceres, Leslie        4k  CL    2    21      37-  50+  29-  32-  46-  49-  42-   0+
54 Ivanov, Ivan                 3k  BG    2    20      32-  41-  35-  51-  42-   0+  45-  55+
55 Shartologoi, Bayarjargal     4d  MN    1    20      46-  43-   0+  27-  34-  52-  50-  54-
56 Ja, Ismail                   7k  MA    0    21       0-   0-   0-   0-   0-   0-   0-   0-

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Post #56 Posted: Wed May 16, 2012 2:13 pm 
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Thanks for your updates HermanHiddema! Very much appreciated. And wow, Taiwan did very well this year. Very impressed at the little kid's performance. Before the WAGC began, I was looking forward to how the youngest player in the WAGC would do. I look forward to how he'll do in the future WAGC events.

Btw, anyone know why Korea decided to rank their rep as a 4d? Call me skeptical, but there's no way that guy's only 4d.

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Post #57 Posted: Wed May 16, 2012 3:30 pm 
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A 4d in 2nd place and 2nd-to-last place, how symmetrical!

I heard something vague about how in Korea 4d is a sort of modest default rank for strong players if they haven't got anything officially higher.

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Post #58 Posted: Wed May 16, 2012 3:45 pm 
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I just noticed there's no representative from Israel. Anyone know why?

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 Post subject: Re: World Amateur Go Championship 2012
Post #60 Posted: Thu May 17, 2012 4:18 am 
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oren wrote:
I just noticed there's no representative from Israel. Anyone know why?

I remember seeing Ali Jabarin on the participant page just 1-2 day before the rounds start.

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