European Pair Go Championship

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European Pair Go Championship (EPGC) is a European international tournament for amateur Go players under the Pair Go rule, held once a year since 1997.

History[edit]

The first European Pair Go Championship was held in 1997.

Past champions[edit]

Year Winner 2nd 3rd
1997[1] Christoph Gerlach ( Germany) Matthew Macfadyen ( United Kingdom) Rob Kok ( Netherlands)
Pal Sannes ( Norway)
Britta Trepcnik ( Germany) Kirsty Healey ( United Kingdom) Renée Frehé ( Netherlands)
Antje Rapmund ( Norway)
1999[2] Christoph Gerlach ( Germany) Matthew Macfadyen ( United Kingdom) Farid BenMalek ( France)
Britta Trepczik ( Germany) Kirsty Healey ( United Kingdom) Marie-Claire Chaine ( France)
2000[3] Franz-Jozef Dickhut ( Germany) Gabor Szabics ( Hungary) Auke Rosendal ( Netherlands)
Monika Reimpell ( Germany) Diana Koszegi ( Hungary) Karen Pleit ( Netherlands)
2001[4] Jan Hora ( Czech Republic) Toma Iulian ( Romania) Jan Lubos ( Poland)
Martina Simunkova ( Czech Republic) Iacob Liliana ( Romania) Ana Lubos ( Poland)
2002[5] Paul Drouot ( France) Lutz Franke ( Germany) Mihai Petre Bisca ( Romania)
Myrtille Cristiani ( France) Daniela Trinks ( Germany) Irina Suciu ( Romania)
2003[6] Tibor Pocsai ( Hungary) Alexei Lazarev ( Russia) Leszek Soldan ( Poland)
Rita Pocsai ( Hungary) Natalia Kovaleva ( Russia) Aleksandra Lubos ( Poland)
2004[7] Zbynek Dach ( Czech Republic) Tibor Pocsai ( Hungary) Matthew Cocke ( United Kingdom)
Benjamin Teuber ( Germany)
Klara Zaloudkova ( Czech Republic) Rita Pocsai ( Hungary) Natasha Regan ( United Kingdom)
Lisa Ente ( Germany)
2005[8] Benjamin Teuber ( Germany) Michael Marz ( Germany) Timur Sankin ( Russia)
Lisa Ente ( Germany) Manuela Lindemeyer ( Germany) Natalia Kovaleva ( Russia)
2006[9] Oleg Mezhov ( Russia) Marco Firnhaber ( Germany) Matthew Cocke ( United Kingdom)
Natalia Kovaleva ( Russia) Daniela Trinks ( Germany) Natasha Regan ( United Kingdom)
2007[10] Dmitrij Surin ( Russia) Viktor Bogdanov ( Russia) Marek Kaminski ( Poland)
Natalia Kovaleva ( Russia) Elizaveta Kalsberg ( Russia) Marika Dubiel ( Poland)
2008[11] Dmitrij Surin ( Russia) Ondrej Silt ( Czech Republic) Iurii Pliushch ( Ukraine)
Natalia Kovaleva ( Russia) Jana Hricova ( Czech Republic) Maria Zakharchenko ( Ukraine)
2009[12] Dmitrij Surin ( Russia) Jan Hora ( Czech Republic) Cornel Burzo ( Romania)
Natalia Kovaleva ( Russia) Jitka Bartova ( Czech Republic) Sorin Adrian Sora ( Romania)
2010[13] Dmitrij Surin ( Russia) Alexandr Dinershteyn ( Russia) Oleg Mezhov ( Russia)
Natalia Kovaleva ( Russia) Elvina Kalsberg ( Russia) Rada Kamysheva ( Russia)
2011[14] Pàl Balogh ( Hungary) Jan Hora ( Czech Republic) Iurii Pliushch ( Ukraine)
Rita Pocsai ( Hungary) Jitka Bartova ( Czech Republic) Mariya Zakharchenko ( Ukraine)
2012[15] Alexandr Dinershteyn ( Russia) Jan Hora ( Czech Republic) Dmitri Surin ( Russia)
Svetlana Shikshina ( Russia) Klara Zaloudkova ( Czech Republic) Natalia Kovaleva ( Russia)
2013[16] Ilya Shikshin ( Russia) Jan Hora ( Czech Republic) Alexandr Vashurov ( Russia)
Svetlana Shikshina ( Russia) Klara Zaloudkova ( Czech Republic) Natalia Kovaleva ( Russia)
2013[17] Ilya Shikshin ( Russia) Benjamin Teuber ( Germany) Dmitrij Surin ( Russia)
Svetlana Shikshina ( Russia) Manja Marz ( Germany) Natalia Kovaleva ( Russia)
2015[18] Ilya Shikshin ( Russia) Alexandr Dinerchtein ( Russia) Pal Balogh ( Hungary)
Svetlana Shikshina ( Russia) Elvina Kalsberg ( Russia) Rita Pocsai ( Hungary)
2016[19] Ilya Shikshin ( Russia) Pal Balogh ( Hungary) Matias Pankoke ( Germany)
Svetlana Shishina ( Russia) Rita Pocsai ( Hungary) Manja Marz ( Germany)
2017[20] Dimitry Surin ( Russia) Lukas Krämer ( Germany) Ilya Shikshin ( Russia)
Natalia Kovaleva ( Russia) Zhao Pel ( Germany) Svetlana Shikshina ( Russia)

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