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23rd Pandanet Cup & 2018 NZ Go Championship in Napier

23rd Pandanet Cup & 2018 NZ Go Championship in Napier

Dear Go Players,
The 23rd Pandanet Cup, an internet world amateur go tournament, is now accepting registration.  Players will be divided into five classes, depending on their strengths.  In the preliminary round of the tournament, players play self-paired games withothers in the same class from anywhere in the world.  For advancement into the final round, the players’ scores are compared with others in the same geographic regions: Asia and Oceania, the Americas, or Europe and Africa.  The scoring in based on the number of wins and the winning percentage.  Regional winners advance to the final round where single eliminations are held until each class produces a champion.  Generous prizes are provided to winners in all classes.

Free registration for the tournament starts immediately and ends on July 17.  Click here for details.

2018 NZ Go Championship - Reminder

The 2018 NZ Go Championship will be held in Napier on the 14th and 15th of July.
You can find all the details here.
Please, send the registration form below to both John Chen ( and Colin Grierson (


Please tell us a bit about yourself…


Your name:  _____________________________________________


Your playing strength: _______


Your contact details:

- email: __________________________________

- Phone numbers: ______________

- Address: _______________________________________________________



Are you a NZ citizen? __

(We need to know this when inviting people to represent NZ in international tournaments)


If you are not a NZ citizen, do you have "Permanent Residence"? __

(You need at least PR to qualify for accumulating points towards representing NZ)


Do you want to be part of the New Zealand Go Society? __

(There is currently no fee for this.)


Do you want to receive email from the New Zealand Go Society about coming events and anything else relevant to the New Zealand Go community? __


Please add any comments or suggestions you have regarding this tournament and Go activity in New Zealand