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Fortin/Takahashi wins ESC/WOSC Shogi Amstelveen

Author: Twan Burg   Print
Date: 2016-08-29 13:56

This year the ESC/WOSC Shogi was organized in the European Go Cultural Centre in Amstelveen, close to Amsterdam.
It attracted a record number of participants: 121 people played in the main event: The World Open Shogi Championship(WOSC).
The best 32 players from Europe played a maximum of 5 rounds in a knock-out format for the European Shogi Championship(ESC). Once they finished this tournament, they continued with their accumulated points in the WOSC.
In this report I also share 3 games that I played myself. In the bottom you can find the sfen of those games.
At the bottom you can also find many links to pictures and video's!
I also share some standings, see here for a link to all standings.



The event started with a team tournament on Thursday. The games were unrated, so this was a nice semi-informal way to meet all the players and get used to playing Shogi again. Belarus01 won the tournament, before Belarus02 and Germany01. See here for full results. In Belarus there is great support for Shogi. I heard they are subsidized by the government, so experienced players are paid to train young kids and organize many tournaments.


The battle of the teams of Belarus. Picture by René Olthof.

From the tournament results on FESA it can be seen that multiple times every week rated games are played in Minsk. The same seems to hold for Kiev. A dream for every ambitious Shogi player! If you want to know more about how they do it, please see this video!

The result of the Minsk Shogi School: Almost all the prizes! (picture Svetlana Shaporova)

I played on board 1 of The Netherlands. Unfortunately we lost the second match because Wouter and Gerrit-Jan were helping another player with his bike, and showed up too late for our match against Austria. I managed to score the only remaining point by beating the strong Thomas Pfaffel.

Burg-Pfaffel

In this position we both have a rook in the opponents' camp, but my castle is a bit weaker. The climbing general tower didn't prove to be such a good idea. Here my pieces are a bit overloaded, and he could make best use of this by L*77+. Taking with the Gold would leave the Bishop unprotected, and after Kx77 +Rx79 my position would collapse as well. Sacrificing the Bishop and then S*87 was less strong, and I could run away a bit.


Thomas Pfaffel on the left, picture René Olthof.


Here I approached his defending Golds with my Tokin. However, this was a mistake and gave him a big chance. Do you see what Gote can do here?
Instead he played +R*96, which is not a threatmate, and therefore gives me a chance to continue my fierce attack.

In this position my King is very safe already, so I could just take the Gold with my Rook. But there is also a direct mate. Do you see how?

I could not write my long games completely because in time trouble I focused on playing, but Thomas was so kind to share this game, which he and Andreas entered during the game on an Ipad, thanks again!

In the evening there was a reception with sushi, with some important people, like Aono and Ishikawa, and also the major of Amstelveen. After that, there was a blitz tournament. Takahashi won convincingly, before Otsuka and Leiter. See here for the results.


Good spirits at the Blitz tournament! Madoka Kitao also participated (picture Madoka Kitao)

On Friday the ESC/WOSC started. See here for the KO-schedule of the ESC.
For the WOSC the MacMahon system was used, which is a pretty interesting system. It gives the players with a higher rating a few extra points upfront, to make sure they are paired against each other. So in this way there are many interesting for all the participants. The only drawback is that lower-rated players need to make more points to finish high, but they get less strong opponents in the beginning, so I think it is still fair.


Tom Kau, the main arbitre, who was mastering the MacMahon System. He also helped me improving my Shogi when I was a beginner! (picture by Andrey Lysenka)

Before the second game, Aono San explained a new invention for teaching and learning Shogi. It is played on a 3x3 board. It has the same rules as normal Shogi, with only one promotion rank, and less pieces. There are different starting positions. I think it is indeed very nice! You can order it online.


Picture by Andrey Lysenka

I lost the second game of the ESC to Frank Roevekamp, Chairman of the FESA, so was eliminated.
Due to the MacMahon system, I then also got a strong opponent in the WOSC: 3rd Dan Mr. Okamura, now living in Spain. I played aggresively and this resulted in a quick win.

Okamura-Burg

In a common position in the side pawn picker I played P*24, a move which was suggested to me by Wouter de Haas. It blocks the Rook and then I don't have to worry about any tactics along the second file. In the game I used another possibility: to offer an exchange of Rooks with R25. However I lose the option now to drop a pawn on the second rank, so the move is probably not so good. Mr. Bjerke from Danmark showed me this in another game, he got a very good position out of the opening against me. So next time I will just proceed to build Nakahara's King without inserting this Pawn drop.


In this position I offered the exchange of Rooks. I thought this was good moment, and that my attack would be quicker after the exchange. He immediately replied P*86, so he won some time on the clock, but his Rook will be very passive, and after swinging back to 25, I achieved a small advantage. Exchanging the rooks would be quite interesting, for example: RxR PxR R*81 R*28 N37 P26. My idea was to make a Tokin quickly, to have extra attacking power. N45 BxB SxB P27+, leading to the following analysis diagram:


Here I calculated Rx91 +P38 S57 R29+, and then after L*55 I have the nice offensive-defensive Bishop drop B*26.
However, in the above diagram, he can attack more quickly with B*55. My Silver on 62 is then overloaded, while he is attacking the rook. When I move my Rook to 29, he can then attack first. One of the options is to take my Gold with the Rook, because he can then win the rook back with G*39.


Later on, he dropped his Bishop on 28. Probably this is too slow, and his Bishop will also be out of play on 19. I have to be quick though, before he takes some material and activates the Horse. One option is to drop a Pawn on 86, because if he takes, then Rx86 with a fierce double attack. If he leaves it like it is, then Px87 Gx87 B*78 would be decisive.
However I didn't see this option, and decided to go for the other side of the diagonal. I played B*64, after N37 I could attack the knight with P*35, which is very strong as he cannot defend the Pawn, and if he takes, I drop P*36.
I could quickly improve the pressure and activate all my pieces, leading to the following:


He took my Knight on 45, but then I dropped the pawn on 36. His position quickly collapsed and I sacrificed my Rook also after P*77 NxG SxG Rx56 N*48 Rx59+ KxR Px37+ N56 B46.


Here he desperately sacrificed his Knight with N*44. I have a direct mate starting from S*48, but I saw that after PxN NxP N*47 would be a quick mate with G*59 on the next move.


Fortin, confident and strong. Picture by Madoka Kitao

Meanwhile, Jean Fortin went on to win the ESC. Especially impressive since he won it now 5 times in the last 8 years. He beat Vincent Tanian in the final, the talented player from Belarus, with the highest rating. Congratulations to Jean! On Sunday, Aono San discussed the final game in a presentation. He concluded it was a good fight!

Aono San commenting on the ESC final game. (picture Andrey Lysenka)

In the evening there was the Dobutsu tournament. Takahashi, who was clearly the best in the WOSC with 9 out of 9, didn't manage to win the Dobutsu and finished 6th. The event was won by Kazuki Ito, before Mr. Leiter and the very young Vladislav Titovets. See here for the standings.

In the 8th round I lost to Tanian, I could feel he was a bit better throughout the game. In the last game my opponent was Shengjia Huang, a woman from China who is a student of Mrs. Madoka Kitao. It was very nice to see Madoka and Hidetch(Tomohide Kawasaki) at the tournament. They are continuing to spreading Shogi all over the world. I am very grateful for that and it has certainly for a big party contributed to my growth in Shogi, especially the video's of Hidetch in YouTube, and the translated books of Madoka and Hidetch. They also have a very nice webshop. I can certainly recommend buying English Shogi books from here, it is also cheaper to order them here and wait few weeks until it arrives than to buy books which have been imported already.


The top boards: On board 1 tournament winner Takahashi against Leiter, on board 2 Tanian vs. Otsuka (picture Madoka Kitao).

Burg-Huang

My opponent chose a solid line, with a Bishop Exchange and a Mino castle. Here she aggresively broke the 2nd file. But not sure if this was a good choice, she now needs to control the 2nd file, and take care of a Bishop drop. At first I considered here B*55, because after N33 I would win material with P*25. But if she defends with B33, then Bx33+ Nx33 just helps her with developing. After a thought I found that B*56 would be interesting. It is difficult for her to defend the pawn, while P*23 is threatening, winning the Silver. Such Bishop drops are hard to find, and it is difficult to estimate whether it is good, or whether it is preferable to keep the Bishop in hand. But it is the first move of engine Gikou as well, so I am proud to have played it!


On the background Bjerke against Roevekamp (picture by Madoka Kitao)


Soon my Bishop could already make more problems. Probably P44 was a mistake, now the Bishop is attacking the Knight, and it is difficult for Gote to defend this. Maybe the passive B*12 would have been best. However she played G43, and now the Rook is overloaded. After P22+ P64 I have a pleasant choice, I chose +P32 PxB PxR SxR Rx21+, and I won Rook and Knight against Bishop, making a Dragon as well.


Few moves later she dropped the Bishop, which is not too quick, so I quickly continued my attack with moves like N*64 and R*41, and could quickly mate her.

Many people stayed for the prize ceremony, where the winners got their deserved prizes.

The prizes for the winners, picture by Shogi en Espanol.

Christhoper and Peter Heine gave a presentation about the World Shogi League.

Christhoper showing the website (picture Madoka Kitao)
They also made a very special announcement. So the winners of the divisions get to play real professionals in online teaching games. Wow!


Jean Fortin, winner of the ESC (picture by Madoka Kitao)

Thanks to the organization for this fantastic event!


Tournament director Henk Haaksma (picture by Madoka Kitao)


Part of Henk's team (picture by Madoka Kitao)

Facebook albums:
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Video's:
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Games in Sfen-format, you can copy the code into ShogiGUI

Burg-Pfaffel:

position startpos moves 2g2f 3c3d 7g7f 5c5d 2f2e 8b5b 5i6h 5d5e 3i4h 2b3c 4i5h 3a4b 6g6f 5a6b 5h6g 6b7b 9g9f 7b8b 6h7h 9a9b 4g4f 8b9a 4h4g 4b5c 3g3f 7a8b 2i3g 4c4d 1g1f 5c6d 7i6h 6a7a 8i7g 7c7d 6f6e 6d5c 4f4e 5b4b 8h9g 4a5b 4g4f 4b4a 6g6f 5c5d 4e4d 4a4d P*4e 4d4a 6h6g 5b6b 6i6h 3c5a 2h4h 5a3c 7f7e 7d7e 9g7e 1c1d 4h2h 3c5a 7e8f 2a3c 2h4h P*4d 4e4d P*4e 3g4e 3c4e 4f4e 5d4e 4h4e N*7d S*3b 7d8f 8g8f B*5d 3b4a+ 5d4e 4a5a R*4i P*7i 4i1i+ 4d4c+ L*7c 4c5b 6b7b R*4b 1i4i B*5h 4e6g+ 5h6g S*8g 7h8g 4i7i 6h7h 7i9i P*7d 7c7d P*7e 7d7e 6f7e S*6f 8g7f 6f6g 7h6g P*7d 7e7d L*7c 7d7c 8a7c 5b6a 9i9f 6a7a 7b7a S*7b P*7e 7f6f 9f8f P*7f 7a7b G*8a 9a8a 4b7b+ resign

Okamura-Burg:

position startpos moves 2g2f 3c3d 7g7f 8c8d 2f2e 8d8e 6i7h 4a3b 2e2d 2c2d 2h2d 8e8f 8g8f 8b8f 2d3d 2b3c 3d3f 3a2b P*8g 8f8e 3f2f P*2d 2f2h 7a6b 3i4h 5a4a 5i6i 6a5a 4i5i 7c7d 3g3f 8a7c 5g5f 8e2e P*2f 2e8e 7i6h P*8f 8g8f 8e8f P*8g 8f7f 8h3c+ 2a3c B*8b B*6d 2i3g P*3e 4g4f 3e3f 8b9a+ 3f3g+ 4h3g 3c4e L*3i N*4g 4f4e P*3f P*7g 4g5i+ 6h5i 7f5f N*4h 5f5i+ 6i5i 3f3g+ 4h5f 6d4f N*4d 4c4d 5f4d N*4g

Burg-Huang:

position startpos moves 2g2f 3c3d 7g7f 8b4b 3i4h 5a6b 5i6h 6b7b 6h7h 7b8b 2f2e 2b8h+ 7h8h 3a2b 7i7h 2b3c 6g6f 7a7b 7h6g 9c9d 6i7h 4b2b 3g3f 4a5b 4h3g 2c2d 2e2d 3c2d B*5f 2d3c P*2c 2b4b 3g4f 4c4d 5f6e 5b4c 2c2b+ 6c6d 2b3b 6d6e 3b4b 3c4b 2h2a+ 6e6f 6g6f 4d4e 4f5e B*6i N*6d 6i4g+ R*4a B*5a P*6b 5c5d 6b6a+ 7b6a 4a5a+ 4b5a 2a5a R*6b 5a6b 6a6b R*7b

Rating consequences: See also the results.

European Shogi Championship and World Open Shogi Championship, Amsterdam : 2016-08-18 - 2016-08-21
Nr Name Nat Grade ELO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Pts +/-
1 Takahashi Hideaki JP 5 Dan 2695 9+ 8+ 2+ 6+ 3+ 4+ 5+ 11+ 10+ 9 +8
2 Otsuka Shou LU 2498* 11+ 3+ 1- 7+ 10+ 12+ 4+ 6+ 5+ 8
3 Itoh Kazuki JP 2 Dan 2109 43+ 2- 24+ 31+ 1- 17+ 12+ 4+ 8+ 7 +38
4 Fortin Jean FR 4 Dan 2151 41+ 30+ 6+ 25+ 5+ 1- 2- 3- 19+ 6 +11
5 Tanyan Vincent BY 4 Dan 2172 50+ 20+ 26+ 12+ 4- 8+ 1- 7+ 2- 6 +11
6 Rövekamp Frank DE 3 Dan 1925 47+ 7+ 4- 1- 28+ 23+ 9+ 2- 18+ 6 +46
7 Burg Twan NL 1 Kyu 1895 35+ 6- 9+ 2- 26+ 18+ 29+ 5- 16+ 6 +55
8 Tokuni Shun JP 2185* 62+ 1- 17+ 42+ 13+ 5- 10+ 23+ 3- 6
9 Okamura Yasuyuki JP 3 Dan 2097 1- 43+ 7- 34+ 24+ 14+ 6- 37+ 15+ 6 -7
10 Leiter Thomas DE 3 Dan 2116 31- 15+ 44+ 11+ 2- 13+ 8- 12+ 1- 5 -1
11 Tanaka Kazumasa JP 1 Dan 1961 2- 29+ 30+ 10- 33+ 32+ 16+ 1- 13- 5 +16
12 Wartlick Karl DE 2 Dan 1956 38+ 44+ 13+ 5- 25+ 2- 3- 10- 39+ 5 +13
13 Krivoshey Sergei UA 3 Dan 2009 40+ 42+ 12- 14+ 8- 10- 19- 48+ 11+ 5 -11
14 Docekal Jan CZ 1 Dan 1796 27+ 26- 33+ 13- 15+ 9- 45+ 16- 37+ 5 +32
15 Hartman Christer SE 1 Dan 1852 32- 10- 53+ 38+ 14- 28+ 33+ 27+ 9- 5 +15
16 Huang Shengjia CN 1941* 28+ 46+ 42- 17+ 62+ 26+ 11- 14+ 7- 6
17 Mandalas Stefanos GR 2 Kyu 1771 65+ 27+ 8- 16- 47+ 3- 49+ 45+ 36+ 6 +50
18 Bjerke Richard NO 1 Dan 1806 24- 68+ 48+ 44+ 31+ 7- 32+ 25+ 6- 6 +33
19 Kamio Nobumitsu JP 1 Dan 1838 34- 49+ 43+ 32- 50+ 24+ 13+ 29+ 4- 6 +38
20 Nielsen Peter Heine DK 1 Dan 1831 36+ 5- 28- 69+ 40+ 44+ 27- 46+ 30+ 6 +30
21 Iglitsky Eugeny BY 2 Dan 1918 26- 34+ 45- 28- 63+ 33- 22+ 42+ 27+ 5 -17
22 Pfaffel Thomas AT 2 Dan 1818 44- 48+ 47+ 24- 34+ 62+ 21- 32+ 25+ 6 +39
23 de Toledo James Mann BR 1 Dan 1777 86+ 61+ 54+ 70+ 73+ 6- 59+ 8- 29+ 7 +21
24 van Oosten Arend NL 4 Dan 1887 18+ 25- 3- 22+ 9- 19- 39- 67+ 52+ 4 -26
25 de Haas Wouter NL 1 Dan 1763 46+ 24+ 31+ 4- 12- 29- 36+ 18- 22- 4 +15
26 Shaporov Maxim BY 1 Dan 1787 21+ 14+ 5- 62+ 7- 16- 37- 39- 55+ 4 +10
27 Verheyden Frédéric BE 2 Dan 1901 14- 17- 36+ 29- 35+ 43+ 20+ 15- 21- 4 -27
28 Kondratov Yaroslav BY 1 Kyu 1701 16- 52+ 20+ 21+ 6- 15- 35- 54+ 47+ 5 +47
29 Christoffersen Terje NO 2 Dan 1838 30- 11- 64+ 27+ 42+ 25+ 7- 19- 23- 4 -14
30 Belov Sergey RU 2 Dan 1826 29+ 4- 11- 39+ 32- 45- 54+ 35+ 20- 4 -12
31 Neumaier Andreas AT 1 Dan 1755 10+ 32+ 25- 3- 18- 36- 65+ 40- 48+ 4 +30
32 Drechsler Jochen DE 2 Dan 1824 15+ 31- 62- 19+ 30+ 11- 18- 22- 53+ 4 -5
33 Shcheslionok Peter BY 2 Dan 1857 42- 51+ 14- 45+ 11- 21+ 15- 36- 40+ 4 -17
34 Otsuka Toshihiko JP 1793* 19+ 21- 50+ 9- 22- 54- 70+ 51+ 44+ 5
35 Cain Steven GB 2 Dan 1796 7- 66+ 38- 56+ 27- 51+ 28+ 30- 46+ 5 +7
36 Prill Daniel DE 1 Dan 1838 20- 85+ 27- 64+ 38= 31+ 25- 33+ 17- 9/2 -19
37 Heshe Thomas DK 1 Kyu 1659 49- 80+ 51+ 46+ 44+ 42+ 26+ 9- 14- 6 +72
38 Nguyen Anh Tuan FR 2 Dan 1762 12- 63+ 35+ 15- 36= 56+ 46- 65+ 45+ 11/2 +24
39 Hellegaard Carsten DK 4 Kyu 1546 82+ 41+ 46+ 30- 43- 68+ 24+ 26+ 12- 6 +136
40 van der Lubbe Lex NL 1 Dan 1762 13- 64- 67+ 49+ 20- 63+ 43+ 31+ 33- 5 +8
41 Boekschoten Michiel NL 3 Dan 1726 4- 39- 70+ 52+ 45- 65- 73+ 64+ 42+ 5 -5
42 Lysenka Andrey BY 1 Dan 1821 33+ 13- 16+ 8- 29- 37- 55+ 21- 41- 3 -25
43 Segers Hans NL 3 Dan 1843 3- 9- 19- 65+ 39+ 27- 40- 52- 75+ 3 -49
44 Lysenka Sergey BY 2 Dan 1863 22+ 12- 10- 18- 37- 20- 84+ 66+ 34- 3 -47
45 Ozeki Yoshi JP 1 Dan 1829 53+ 62- 21+ 33- 41+ 30+ 14- 17- 38- 4 -17
46 Meuller Simon SE 2 Dan 1934 25- 16- 39- 37- 57+ 66+ 38+ 20- 35- 3 -71
47 Blackstock Les GB 3 Dan 1780 6- 56+ 22- 66+ 17- 55= 60+ 63+ 28- 9/2 -19
48 Faldon David GB 2 Kyu 1630 72+ 22- 18- 77+ 78+ 50+ 62+ 13- 31- 5 +58
49 Olufsen Asle NO 2 Kyu 1494 37+ 19- 58+ 40- 71+ 64+ 17- 53- 73+ 5 +65
50 Ruin Gilles FR 1 Kyu 1718 5- 60+ 34- 68+ 19- 48- 67- 86+ 71+ 4 -23
51 Martsev Ivan BY 1 Kyu 1666 58+ 33- 37- 90+ 60+ 35- 57+ 34- 67+ 5 +5
52 Coria-Espada Florencio DE 4 Kyu 1413 55+ 28- 71+ 41- 54- 80+ 69+ 43+ 24- 5 +123
53 Weimann Christophe FR 1 Kyu 1708 45- 69+ 15- 63- 55- 88+ 58+ 49+ 32- 4 -28
54 Pagès Jérémy FR 4 Kyu 1345 108+ 57+ 23- 89+ 52+ 34+ 30- 28- 83+ 6 +156
55 Gedda Peder SE 1 Kyu 1609 52- 84+ 68- 59+ 53+ 47= 42- 62+ 26- 9/2 +45
56 Chnaras Foivos GR 1627* 76+ 47- 75+ 35- 58+ 38- 63- 83+ 66+ 5
57 Stanaszek Mariusz PL 1 Kyu 1646 69- 54- 88+ 67+ 46- 61+ 51- 72+ 65+ 5 -10
58 Hageman Ger NL 2 Kyu 1505 51- 73+ 49- 72+ 56- 83+ 53- 84+ 64+ 5 +27
59 Nagy Adam HU 6 Kyu 1353 99+ 67- 91+ 55- 77+ 74+ 23- 85+ 79+ 6 +76
60 Moravcik Michal SK 4 Kyu 1390 64- 50- 106+ 84+ 51- 72+ 47- 74+ 63+ 5 +71
61 Pedersen Torben DK 5 Kyu 1358 101+ 23- 105+ 82- 79+ 57- 78+ 69+ 62+ 6 +145
62 Tatehisa Irie JP 2063 8- 45+ 32+ 26- 16- 22- 48- 55- 61- 2 -97
63 Hierro Eric ES 3 Kyu 1573 75+ 38- 76+ 53+ 21- 40- 56+ 47- 60- 4 +12
64 Ruiz Lazaro Jonatan ES 2 Kyu 1568 60+ 40+ 29- 36- 74+ 49- 82+ 41- 58- 4 +12
65 te Bokkel Gerrit-Jan NL 2 Kyu 1523 17- 82+ 92+ 43- 69+ 41+ 31- 38- 57- 4 +36
66 Gallardo Christopher CL 2 Kyu 1622 71+ 35- 74+ 47- 76+ 46- 68+ 44- 56- 4 -1
67 Többens Daniel DE 1 Kyu 1638 85- 59+ 40- 57- 102+ 71+ 50+ 24- 51- 4 -23
68 Pfaff Markus DE 1 Kyu 1624 74+ 18- 55+ 50- 82+ 39- 66- 75- 91+ 4 -31
69 Lorente Munoz Raul ES 4 Kyu 1434 57+ 53- 85+ 20- 65- 87+ 52- 61- 90+ 4 +27
70 Simón Subiera Manuel ES 8 Kyu 1197 95+ 72+ 41- 23- 108+ 85+ 34- 79- 89+ 5 +115
71 Hellegaard Dennis DK 5 Kyu 1434 66- 78+ 52- 75+ 49- 67- 100+ 76+ 50- 4 +13
72 Titovets Vladislav BY 3 Kyu 1484 48- 70- 81+ 58- 93+ 60- 91+ 57- 87+ 4 -38
73 Kandrac Patrick SK 5 Kyu 1288 91+ 58- 115+ 85+ 23- 102+ 41- 82+ 49- 5 +57
74 Vyletel Lukas SK 3 Kyu 1461 68- 83+ 66- 87+ 64- 59- 93+ 60- 88+ 4 -28
75 Dardour Bilal DE 4 Kyu 1394 63- 103+ 56- 71- 106+ 82- 77+ 68+ 43- 4 +31
76 Zhuravlev Pavel BY 3 Kyu 1438 56- 87+ 63- 83+ 66- 84- 81+ 71- 86+ 4 -21
77 Alix Pierre BE 4 Kyu 1373 83- 105+ 103+ 48- 59- 104+ 75- 95+ 85+ 5 +18
78 Marek Filip CZ 7 Kyu 1121 88+ 71- 89- 111+ 48- 110+ 61- 105+ 84+ 5 +97
79 Hoshino Karen BR 1352* 98+ 116+ 87- 103+ 61- 106+ 88+ 70+ 59- 6
80 Sisow Georg DE 4 Kyu 1355 116+ 37- 90- 100+ 89+ 52- 83- 104+ 109+ 5 +0
81 Bergman Richard NL 5 Kyu 1292 87- 94+ 72- 109+ 83- 96+ 76- 100+ 82+ 5 +20
82 Osmont Fabien FR 4 Kyu 1388 39- 65- 93+ 61+ 68- 75+ 64- 73- 81- 3 -19
83 Höhne Ritchy NL 8 Kyu 1196 77+ 74- 96+ 76- 81+ 58- 80+ 56- 54- 4 +84
84 Marounek Roland BE 4 Kyu 1311 90+ 55- 101+ 60- 86+ 76+ 44- 58- 78- 4 +24
85 Orschiedt Oliver DE 3 Kyu 1479 67+ 36- 69- 73- 94+ 70- 105+ 59- 77- 3 -60
86 Schmied Horst AT 5 Kyu 1262 23- 92- 97+ 117+ 84- 94+ 87+ 50- 76- 4 -14
87 Baldus Julian DE 9 Kyu 1100 81+ 76- 79+ 74- 99+ 69- 86- 107+ 72- 4 +99
88 Pfaff Georg DE 4 Kyu 1351 78- 100+ 57- 115+ 90+ 53- 79- 96+ 74- 4 -27
89 de Toledo Juliana BR 9 Kyu 1074 102+ 95+ 78+ 54- 80- 100- 97+ 94+ 70- 5 +90
90 Do Long CZ 9 Kyu 1102 84- 110+ 80+ 51- 88- 105- 114+ 93+ 69- 4 +61
91 Orschiedt Leonard DE 6 Kyu 1094 73- 117+ 59- 106- 110+ 101+ 72- 92+ 68- 4 +20
92 Höhne Michael NL 7 Kyu 1222 96- 86+ 65- 94- 112+ 93- 111+ 91- 104+ 4 -18
93 Koval Anton SK 12 Kyu 850 121+ 99+ 82- 95+ 72- 92+ 74- 90- 105+ 5 +228
94 Frischmuth Uwe DE 10 Kyu 925 113+ 81- 117+ 92+ 85- 86- 108+ 89- 107+ 5 +127
95 Skotnicki Rikard SE 3 Kyu 1381 70- 89- 120+ 93- 100- 112+ 106+ 77- 101+ 4 -61
96 Hoshino Meilin BR 1178* 92+ 118+ 83- 99- 116+ 81- 101+ 88- 103+ 5
97 Date Kazuma JP 11 Kyu 885 117- 112+ 86- 107- 120+ 109+ 89- 108+ 102+ 5 +94
98 Weerheijm Harry NL 1046* 79- 102- 113+ 104- 0+ 107- 110+ 115+ 100+ 5
99 Bosse Jonathan DE 7 Kyu 1122 59- 93- 107+ 96+ 87- 115+ 0- 0- 0- 3 +22
100 Freyer Guido DE 9 Kyu 976 118+ 88- 110+ 80- 95+ 89+ 71- 81- 98- 4 +107
101 Skudlarska Anna PL 6 Kyu 1171 61- 109+ 84- 102- 107+ 91- 96- 111+ 95- 3 -21
102 Karman Evert Jan NL 1095* 89- 98+ 104+ 101+ 67- 73- 107- 114+ 97- 4
103 Weimann Celestin FR 892* 104+ 75- 77- 79- 105- 114- 112+ 117+ 96- 3
104 Williams Russell US 5 Kyu 1288 103- 106- 102- 98+ 109+ 77- 115+ 80- 92- 3 -70
105 Torrico Velazquez Juan ES 10 Kyu 992 120+ 77- 61- 121+ 103+ 90+ 85- 78- 93- 4 +49
106 Le Roux Philippe FR 11 Kyu 918 119+ 104+ 60- 91+ 75- 79- 95- 109- 118+ 4 +95
107 Hessels Willem NL 6 Kyu 1065 115- 113+ 99- 97+ 101- 98+ 102+ 87- 94- 4 +3
108 Van Dalfsen Richard NL 7 Kyu 1115 54- 115- 111- 114+ 70- 119+ 94- 97- 117+ 3 -53
109 Orschiedt Tristan DE 9 Kyu 881 112+ 101- 116+ 81- 104- 97- 119+ 106+ 80- 4 +39
110 Smrckova Svetlana CZ 934* 111+ 90- 100- 120+ 91- 78- 98- 116+ 119+ 4
111 Baumgarth Michaela DE 11 Kyu 898 110- 119+ 108+ 78- 115- 120+ 92- 101- 116+ 4 +55
112 Velasquez Vasquez Darlene ES 167 109- 97- 118+ 0+ 92- 95- 103- 120+ 115+ 4 +321
113 Bosse Alexander DE 14 Kyu 600 94- 107- 98- 118+ 119+ 116+ 0- 0- 0- 3 +157
114 Gelsok Simon DE 13 Kyu 748 0- 0- 0- 108- 117+ 103+ 90- 102- 0- 2 +56
115 de Toledo Livia BR 14 Kyu 713 107+ 108+ 73- 88- 111+ 99- 104- 98- 112- 3 +150
116 Karpovich Miroslav BY 7 Kyu 1145 80- 79- 109- 119+ 96- 113- 120+ 110- 111- 2 -93
117 Nakamura Yudai JP 740* 97+ 91- 94- 86- 114- 118+ 0+ 103- 108- 3
118 Vergara Pinto Arantzazu ES 15 Kyu 619 100- 96- 112- 113- 121+ 117- 0- 119+ 106- 2 +6
119 Karman Maarten NL 392* 106- 111- 121+ 116- 113- 108- 109- 118- 110- 1
120 Zotovici Kobayashi Julio Shoji BR 387* 105- 121+ 95- 110- 97- 111- 116- 112- 0- 1
121 de Haart Kay NL 1* 93- 120- 119- 105- 118- 0- 0- 0- 0- 0

Promoting Takahashi Hideaki to 6 Dan
Promoting Otsuka Shou to 4 Dan
Promoting Itoh Kazuki to 3 Dan
Promoting Burg Twan to 2 Dan
Promoting Tokuni Shun to 2 Dan
Promoting Tanaka Kazumasa to 2 Dan
Promoting Hartman Christer to 2 Dan
Promoting Huang Shengjia to 1 Dan
Promoting Mandalas Stefanos to 1 Dan
Promoting Kamio Nobumitsu to 2 Dan
Promoting Nielsen Peter Heine to 2 Dan
Promoting Kondratov Yaroslav to 1 Dan
Promoting Otsuka Toshihiko to 2 Kyu
Promoting Hellegaard Carsten to 1 Kyu
Promoting Faldon David to 1 Kyu
Promoting Coria-Espada Florencio to 3 Kyu
Promoting Pagès Jérémy to 3 Kyu
Promoting Chnaras Foivos to 3 Kyu
Promoting Nagy Adam to 4 Kyu
Promoting Moravcik Michal to 3 Kyu
Promoting Pedersen Torben to 3 Kyu
Promoting Tatehisa Irie to 1 Dan
Promoting Hierro Eric to 2 Kyu
Promoting Gallardo Christopher to 1 Kyu
Promoting Lorente Munoz Raul to 3 Kyu
Promoting Simón Subiera Manuel to 5 Kyu
Promoting Hellegaard Dennis to 4 Kyu
Promoting Kandrac Patrick to 4 Kyu
Promoting Dardour Bilal to 3 Kyu
Promoting Marek Filip to 6 Kyu
Promoting Hoshino Karen to 6 Kyu
Promoting Höhne Ritchy to 5 Kyu
Promoting Baldus Julian to 7 Kyu
Promoting de Toledo Juliana to 7 Kyu
Promoting Do Long to 7 Kyu
Promoting Höhne Michael to 6 Kyu
Promoting Koval Anton to 8 Kyu
Promoting Frischmuth Uwe to 8 Kyu
Promoting Hoshino Meilin to 8 Kyu
Promoting Date Kazuma to 9 Kyu
Promoting Freyer Guido to 8 Kyu
Promoting Karman Evert Jan to 9 Kyu
Promoting Weimann Celestin to 11 Kyu
Promoting Torrico Velazquez Juan to 8 Kyu
Promoting Le Roux Philippe to 9 Kyu
Promoting Smrckova Svetlana to 11 Kyu
Promoting Baumgarth Michaela to 10 Kyu
Promoting Velasquez Vasquez Darlene to 16 Kyu
Promoting Bosse Alexander to 12 Kyu
Promoting Gelsok Simon to 12 Kyu
Promoting de Toledo Livia to 11 Kyu
Promoting Vergara Pinto Arantzazu to 14 Kyu
Promoting Karman Maarten to 18 Kyu 
Fortin/Takahashi wins ESC/WOSC Shogi Amstelveen

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