Pandanet European Team Championship Finals

Pandanet European Team Championship Finals

The 8th Pandanet Go European Team Championship started in September 2017 with 37 teams in 4 leagues. In this tournament national teams play in a league system on the Pandanet-IGS server. The teams consist of up to 12 players, four of which are selected to play in each round. After 9 rounds of qualification in league A, the teams from Russia, Ukraine, France and Poland are now qualified for the finals, to be played at the beginning of the European Go Congress 2018 in Pisa, the first highlight of the event!
At least two games per round will be broadcast on the Pandanet-IGS server (TeamChamp1-4).

1st place 4.000 Euro
2nd place 3.000 Euro
3rd place 2.000 Euro
4th place 1.000 Euro

Rules: Japanese rules, 6.5 komi. Fischer Time: 45 minutes basic, 20 seconds per move additional
Colours are assigned for every board alternating black and white, depending on the colour of board 1, no nigiri


27 July

11.15h Opening

10.30h Round 1, Russia vs. Poland and Ukraine vs. France (Russia and Ukraine play as black on board 1)
16.00h Round 2, France vs. Russia and Poland vs. Ukraine (France and Poland play as black on board 1)

28 July

10.30h Round 3, Russia vs. Ukraine and France vs. Poland (Russia and France play as black on board 1)

15.30h Antti Törmänen 1p gives a live commentary of one of the Round 3 games
21.00h Prizegiving during the EGC Opening Ceremony




1. Ilya Shikshin 2p
2. Alexandr Dinerstein 3p
3. Grigorij Fionin 7d
4. Dmitrij Surin 6d
5. Anton Chernykh 6d

1. Artem Kachanovskyi 2p
2. Andrii Kravets 1p
3. Dmytro Bogatskyi 6d
4. Bogdan Zhurakovskyi 6d
5. Dmytro Yatsenko 5d


1. Junfu Dai 8d
2. Thomas Debarre 6d
3. Tanguy Le Calvé 6d
4. Rémi Campagnie 5d
5. Antoine Fenech 5d

1. Mateusz Surma 1p
2. Stanislaw Frejlak 7d
3. Koichiro Habu 5d
4. Leszek Soldan 4d
5. Marcin Majka 4d