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3e championnat mondial de shogi

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Message  shikamaru senpai le Mar 17 Nov 2009 - 12:18

Bonjour a tous.Je suis super excité a l'idée d'avoir les informations sur le 3e championnat mondial de shogi.Malgré mes recherches Google, je n'ai rien trouvé.S'il vous plait si quelqu'un sait quelque chose sur les kifus, les vainqueurs et une quelconque infos, je lui prie de la porter a ma connaissance.mon impatience est si grande de savoir qui est le maitre mondial actuel de Shogi.

Par ailleurs, vendredi se tiendra ici a l'INPHB de Yamoussoukro, une séance de shogi.Merci a vous et vive le shogi
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Message  bakashogi le Mar 17 Nov 2009 - 14:06

Le vainqueur est un américain de père japonais, Paul Ogi. 24 ans.
J'ai demandé le tableau complet des résultats. Il devrait être publié prochainement.
En attendant les seules infos dispos sont celles du mail de Larry Kaufman sur la shogi-l:
"The World Amateur Shogi Championship was held near New York this past weekend. Entry was limited to players who either live outside Japan or are non-Japanese citizens except for two young Japanese women Amateur titleholders. Format was knockout.
The convincing winner was 24 year old Paul Ogi. He lives in Japan but holds US citizenship; his father is Japanese but his mother is American. He recently finished in the top eight in the Japanese Amateur Meijin tournament, holds a 2600 (6 Dan) Shogi Club 24 rating, and has a 1-1 score in formal games with pros. It is quite amazing to me that no one in the west seemed to be aware that a U.S. citizen had reached the level of the very top of the Amateur world in Japan. Naturally no one in this event had much of a chance against him; most of his games were not even close. I was paired with him in the second round of the KO, and although I at least made the game close enough that he had to demonstrate a rather difficult TSUME to win, I never really had a chance.
Second place went to 76 year old Hisao Uyma of Brazil. Third place went to the winner in the year 2000, Mr. Egoshi of Chile (previously of Brazil), a former member of the Shoreikai. Fourth place went to my son Raymond Kaufman, who should have made it to the final match as he was clearly winning against Mr Uyma in the semifinal. The B group was won by Shigetaka Ogihara of New York, one of the organizers.
With one or two exceptions, the invited European players failed to score against the ethnic Japanese players; Eric Cheymol won against one of the Brazilian Japanese players when he punched his clock after executing a capture in an illegal way.
There were six pros in attendance, including three time Kisei titleholder Yashiki. They played clock simul games at bishop handicap (even games in the case of the two lady pros) against the invited players, who each played three pros. Only one player, a Japanese-American from Los Angeles, won two out of three. Among the pros, Mr Yashiki showed his class by winning all of his twelve bishop handicap games, although I did manage to beat him at bishop later in the day.
It was a very enjoyable event and I'd like to thank the sponsors and organizers for it. Hopefully there will be more. I'd just like to add my usual disclaimer that I consider the knockout system to be a terrible format, as many players get to play very few official games, and also because it tells nothing about who is really the second best player, since if the second best player is placed in the same bracket as the best, he cannot reach the final. I know this knockout system is popular in Japan, but if the Japanese hope to spread shogi in the West they should abandon this system for Western tournaments. As long as sponsors are paying for travel, western players will attend regardless of format, but very few will spend their own money to attend a knockout event.

Larry Kaufman, Amateur 5 Dan
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Re: 3e championnat mondial de shogi

Message  Naje le Dim 22 Nov 2009 - 13:57

Les tableaux des résultats sont disponibles sur http://www.worldshogi.com/main/ ...
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Re: 3e championnat mondial de shogi

Message  bakashogi le Dim 22 Nov 2009 - 22:24

Tu y étais aussi??? Je ne savais pas! cheers

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Re: 3e championnat mondial de shogi

Message  Naje le Dim 22 Nov 2009 - 22:30

Ouaip, j'étais invité aussi Smile
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