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Huang Longshi Cup

Huang Longshi, a Chinese guoshou of the 17th century, is widely regarded as one of the most accomplished go players in history. This tournament is named after him because it is held at Jiangyan, a small town in Jiansu province of China, known as Huang's hometown. The tournament was first introduced in 2011 as a women's team tournament competed by four teams. In 2012 it became a win-and-continue team tournament for the three major Go-playing countries, apparently to replace the defunct Jeongganjang Cup.

Recent game records

  •  [2015-04-25] Japanese National Team Internet Training: Shibano Toramaru 1p (black) vs. Ichiriki Ryo 7p (white), B+R
  •  [2015-04-24] 29th Chinese Tianyuan, title match #1: Chen Yaoye 9p (black) vs. Mi Yuting 9p (white), B+R
  •  [2015-04-24] 20th Korean Female Kuksu, semi-final: Kim Sinyoung 1p (black) vs. Oh Jeonga 2p (white), B+1.5
  •  [2015-04-24] 20th Korean Female Kuksu, semi-final: Park Jiyeon 3p (black) vs. Lee Youngjoo 1p (white), B+R
  •  [2015-04-23] 40th Japanese Kisei, league B2: So Yokoku 9p (black) vs. Yamada Kimio 9p (white), W+R
 Total game records in database: 46854.
Recently added: 0 (past 24 hours); 49 (past 7 days). More »

Recent tournament score charts

  •  [2015-04-25] 70th Japanese Honinbo: League
  •  [2015-04-25] 40th Japanese Kisei: League B2
  •  [2015-04-25] 40th Japanese Kisei: League A
  •  [2015-04-25] 40th Japanese Shinjin O: Main Tournament
  •  [2015-04-24] 29th Chinese Tianyuan: Title Match
Total score charts in database: 1152. More »