|Date (UTC)||Div.||Player 1||Player 2||Link|
|Date||Div.||Rd.||Player 1||Result||Player 2||Links|
|2017-02-27||B||2||Leadbelly||0 - 1||baduljen||Kifu|
|2017-02-27||B||2||whits||1 - 0||Gemmer0||Kifu|
|2017-02-27||B||2||Twaburov||1 - 0||peterheine||Kifu|
|2017-02-27||B||2||eney||0 - 1||nnnnnnnnnnnnnn||Kifu|
|2017-02-27||C||1||ramalam||0 - 1||silberstar||Kifu|
JSA prize - Teaching games by professionals
|February 25th is a great shogi day:|
Not only the final round of the Meijin A-class, but also at 14.00 UTC 6 Dan professional Akira Nishio will play a 2 piece handicap teaching game against Shigeki Inamura on 81dojo.com.
Please join us at the 25th of February on 81dojo.com for an exciting game and instructive post game analysis by a pro!
On February 26 at 10.00 UTC we will see the
8th and 9th of the JSA prize teaching games.
8 Dan Pro Hirotaka Nozuki will play Australian players Darran Paull in a 2 piece handicap game, and Thanh Tran in a 4 piece handicap game.
Please join us at the 26th of February on 81dojo.com for an exciting game and instructive post game analysis by a pro!
Greencat's prizes for WSL 2016 runner-ups
|The Japanese player ”Greencat” has been most helpful in arranging memorabilia prizes by Pro-players!|
As you can see from the photos below, legandary 9 Dan Hifumi Kato as well as lady professionals Yamaguti, Hasegawa and Karolina Styczynska have issued authographs and signed photos!
The prizes are the following:
1) Kato autograph
2) Hasegawa autograph
3) Yamaguti autograph
4) Kato Clear file
5) Kato signed Tendo photo
6) Karolina Clear file
As the winners of each division has been presented with teaching games by the JSA, Greencat has decided these prizes will go to the runner-ups in each division, as well as the team with the best percentual score.
Congratulations to Russia, Germany, France 2, Netherlands, Czech Republic and China!
JSA grand prize!
|Due to sponsorship from the Shogi Renmei, we are proud to announce that each division winners will be granted teaching games by professionals!|
Top pros, including recent Ouza challenger Nakamura, will play individual games against 3 team members of each winning team. The games will be followed by a post-game discussion, and if necessary, translation help will be provided by 81-dojo creator Hidetchi.
We are very thankful and honored for this generous gift, and would like to express our gratefulness to the JSA. It provides an excellent finale to this year's WSL, the deciding games to identify the divisions winners, and especially the upcoming teaching games themselves!
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|- Blog modified (2016-09-11)|
- Test article was uploaded into blog section (2016-08-29)
- Whitecat's Blog environment (2016-07-25)
- Added number of matches played to division result tables (2016-07-25)
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