Munich "Bierseidel" Go Tournament


The 26th "Bierseidel" Go tournament will take place on the weekend of Sa. October 22. and So. October 23. of 2022 . The location is the former residence of some local nobility. We'll be playing in a highly sophisticated setting in baroque style. The neighbourhood of Moosach is a bit less central with an almost rural touch, but it has excellent public and private transport connections. The subway station is right in front, and nobody needs to worry about parking spaces.

The "Bierseidel" is a class A tournament in the categorisation of the EGF. All games played here will thus be included with full weight to the rating list.
Bavarian Championchip:
The member of the Bavarian Go-Association with the best placement in the Munich tournament wins the Bavarian Championship.
Seminar with Seokbin Cho:
Go-Teacher Seokbin Cho (8d, Japan) will also visit the Munich Go tournament on his Bayern-Baden-Baduk-Tour.

He will teach a seminar about a Go topic Saturday morning (in english). Please register with your strength in advance, the level of teaching will adapt to the registered participants.

The Seminar costs 15 €, (5 € for members). Start: Saturday 10:00 h

During the tournament Seokbin will offer reviews of tournament games on teh first floor.

More about Seokbin on https://info.go361.eu/wiki/Bayern-Baden-Baduk-Tour

As usual, we reccommend that you register in advance, which helps us in planning accommodations and catering.

Currently, there are 40 players registered.

The Tournament Info page will tell you about the time limits, the tournament system.

Please direct inquieries, suggestions or complaints towards bierseidel@schorsch.com. You can also register right here online from our Tournament Info page.

Make printouts from the pages Tournament Info and How to get there and give them to all your friends!

Tournament Info

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