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欣文の囲碁世界

Xinwen's Go (Baduk/Weiqi) Life revolves around me and Brunei

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March 2012

1st Dragon Youth Title Match – Pusat Belia Go Tournament

*Pusat Belia Go Tournament*

Tournaments in progress
Tournaments in progress

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The Tournament was first organised in Pusat Belia’s Dewan Silaturrahim today (24th of March, 2012) with supposedly 9 participants from Maktab Duli Go Club, JIS Go Club and an individual from St. Andrew’s school.

Full Tournament outline can be seen here: http://www.box.com/s/9cg5pu6evnu0ehngpjej

The Organiser of tournament was all credited to Chai Hui (Asst. President, 2012) and Chief Referee was En Ru.

All photos credited to Chai Hui and the tournament supporters: Si Xiang, Chiao Hong and you.

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KGS Meijin Qualifier

*Meeting Cornel first time*

Figure 1 (1 ~ 26)
Figure 1 (1 ~ 26)

White: Cornel Burzo 6d
Black: CHIN Sin Voon 3d

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KGS Meijin Qualifier was held on the 10th to 11th of March, 2012. Xinwen had taken this opportunity to join the kgs tournament for the first time. (http://www.gokgs.com/tournInfo.jsp?id=684)

The Tournament was set to McMahon without handicap; AGA rules with 7.5 komi; time setting is Japanese 30minutes main time and 15 seconds byo yomi 5 periods.

Figure 1 (1 ~ 26), It was the first time for Xinwen to meet up with Cornel Burzo (7d). The fuseki layout was pretty decent for either player.

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Nottingham Go Tournament Quiz (http://kisekigo.com)

*Amazing me on not quoting truth*

Round 1: Conundrums

Rearrange each set of nine letters to form a nine-letter Go term

1. T R A G I C P U N
2. BA D N A N N I E
3. I N N E R S E A S
4. W O R M F R E A K
5. U S A G E H I N T
6. F I N E U N C L E
7. R E T R Y R I O T
8. T I N B I K E O K
9. U K A G E S K I T
10. X E N O N S I T E

Round 2: Numbers

Using add, subtract, multiply and divide only, and each of the six numbers only once, make the target 361.

1. 6   6   2   7   4   25
2. 5   3   6   9   2   75
3. 10   2   2   7   25   75
4. 1   3   10   2   100   25
5. 6   8   2   25   50   75
6. 1   7   8   100   25   75
7. 14   100   25   50   75
8. 3   6   25   75   50   100
9. 6   6   10   4   1   3
10. 9   1   5   6   2   8

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