Pandanet City League this Sunday!
This Sunday is the second round of the Pandanet-AGA City League. Watch heavyweights from the A League including professionals like Ximeng Yu and AGA’s newest Ryan Li. Don’t discount our B and C Leagues. They will be duking it out with the other teams. Check the schedule at the top for your local team.
AGA City League Kicks off to a good start
Most of the games for the first round have been played already and they were spectacular. With many of the strong AGA and CGA players playing we have seen some exciting games.
Boston def Canwa Vancouver 1 (2-1), Greater Washington def San Francisco 1 (2-1), Los Angeles def Seattle 1 (3-0)
Bay Area def Washington DC 2 (2-1), Princeton def Canwa Vancouver 2 (2-1)
Still ongoing: NC Raleigh vs Katy TX 1 (1-1), last game to be played Dec 18 9:30ET
DC Team 3 def Boston 2 (3-0), SF Bay Area/Berkley def Atlanta 2 (2-1), New Orleans def Atlanta 1 (2-1)
New year of the City League starts on November 23rd
The new season of the Pandanet-AGA City League starts on Sunday November 23rd. Check our schedule to see the matchups for this round. Make sure to logon and root for your local team!
Canwa Vancouver 1 Edges Seattle 1 to Win 2014 Pandanet-AGA City League
The Canwa Vancouver 1 team defeated Seattle 1 at the Pandanet-AGA City League finals on Saturday afternoon at the US Go Congress. As Congress attendees registered and caught up with old friends, the Vancouver and Seattle teams faced off in the top-board playing room looking out onto the nearby Empire State Building in midtown Manhattan. Bill Lin 7d of Vancouver defeated Ximeng (Simon) Yu 1p of Seattle on Board 1 (photo), while on Board 2, Ho Son 7d from Seattle evened the score by defeating Juyong Koh 7d of Vancouver. On Board 3, Ryan Li 7d bested Seattle’s Momoko Tsutsui 6d to win the event for Vancouver. ”Congratulations to Canwa Vancouver 1 for their hard-fought victory in the finals and for an impressive performance throughout the year,” said Tournament Director Steve Colburn. All three games were broadcast live on Pandanet-IGS and have been posted on the City League website.
- photo by Steve Colburn
Pandanet-AGA City League Finals
The final round is to be played at the US Go Congress (www.gocongress.org) in New York City. The round will be played the first Saturday August 9th at 3PM. Games will be played in Penn Top, the same room that the top boards will be played. Watch for the LIVE simulcast in the AGA City League room on Pandanet-IGS.
Board 1 – Bill Lin vs Ximeng Yu
Board 2 – Ho Son vs Juyong Koh
Board 3 – Ryan Li vsMomoko Tsutsui
C League Winners
Now that the C League has finished playing the winners have emerged:
1: Katy TX 1
2: Canwa Vancouver 2
3: West Tenesee/Memphis
Congratulations to the C League teams.
City League Results and next round (C League)
A League Results:
On Saturday August 9th Seattle 1 will play Canwa Vancouver 1 in the finals at the US Go Congress in New York City.
3rd: Greater Washington
B League Results:
1st: New York City
Play is still ongoing, currently Katy TX 1 is leading with an undefeated score. They are followed by Canwa Vancouver 2, Katy TX 2, and Brentwood/Nashville.
Round 6 will be played on Saturday June 17th.
Finalists to play at US Go Congress
Canwa Vancouver 1 will play Seattle 1 at the US Go Congress in New York City. They will play on Saturday August 9th. We will announce the time soon and post it here and in the AGA E-Journal.
AGA City League Round 5 - FINALS!
City League Results Round 4
Los Angeles Def Toronto (3-0), Seattle 1 def Boston (2-1), Canwa Vancouver 1 def Greater Washington (2-1)
Washington DC 1 def NC Raleigh (2-1), San Francisco 1 def Chicago (2-1), New York City def Washington DC 2 (3-0)
West Tennessee/Memphis def Katy TX 2 (2-1), Brentwood/Nashville def Seattle 2 (3-0), Katy TX 1 def Lincoln (2-1), Canwa Vancouver 2 def Central New York/Syracuse (3-0)
After four rounds Canwa Vancouver 1 is leading the A League. Hot on their heels are Seattle 1 and Greater Washington with one match behind. May’s final matches will decide which two teams will meet at the Pandanet City League Finals in New York City at the US Go Congress.
New York City is leading Chicago by one board point in League B. As they have already played each other they will be neck in neck in the final round of play.
The teams in the C League were closer matched before this round. Now Katy TX 1 has come way out ahead in their matches. Katy TX 2 and Memphis are in the 2-3 seed respectively. With three more rounds to go the lineup could change a lot before the end.
AGA City League Round 4
AGA City League Round 3 Results
Seattle 1 def Los Angeles (2-1), Canwa Vancouver 1 def Toronto (3-0), Greater Washington def Boston (2-1)
San Francisco 1 def Washington DC 1 (3-0), New York City def NC Raleigh (3-0), Chicago def Washington DC (3-0)
West Tennessee/Memphis def Lincoln (2-1), Katy, TX 1 def Canwa Vancouver 2 (2-1), Syracuse def Seattle 2 (3-0), Katy TX 2 def Brentwood/Nashville (2-1)
AGA City League Round 3 is next weekend
AGA City League Round 2 is coming soon
Round 2 for the AGA City League plays on February 22nd. The first round concluded last night with a win by Katy TX 1 defeating Syracuse to complete the round.
As always catch the action live on game day at 3PM EST on Pandanet using the new GoPanda2 software. Games will be played in the AGA City League room.
City League Results from Round 2
Greater Washington def Los Angeles (2-1), Canwa Vancouver 1 def Boston (3-0), Seattle 1 def Toronto (3-0)
Washington DC 2 def Washington DC 1 (2-1), NC Raleigh def San Francisco (2-1), Chicago def New York City (2-1)
West Tennessee/Memphis def Central New York/Syracuse (2–1), Katy TX 1 def Brentwood/Nashville (2-1), Katy TX 2 def Lincoln (3-0), Canwa Vancouver def Seattle 2 (3-0)
Our selected game for this round is from the B League. Changlong Wu 7d (Tallis) of NC Raleigh defeated Aaron Ye 5d (G0dnPoppy) of San Francisco played a very interesting game. They both went all out in their match. The game will keep you on your seat till the end.
First round results
The first round of play has mostly completed for the AGA City League.
Boston def Los Angeles (2-1), Greater Washington def Toronto (3-0), Canwa Vancouver 1 def Seattle 1 (2-1)
Chicago def Washington DC 1 (3-0), NC Raleigh def Washington DC 2 (2-1), New York City def San Francisco 1 (3-0)
Seattle 2 def West Tennessee/Memphis (2-1), Canwa Vancouver 2 def Katy TX 2 (3-0), Brentwood/Nashville def Lincoln (2-1), Katy TX 1 def Central New York/Syracuse (2-1)
Pandanet AGA City League Restarts on January 25th
The new series of games will restart shortly. We have 18 teams of players ranging from professionals to 12kyu players in our midst. Leagues A & B will have five rounds and League C will have seven.
The game schedule will be once per month as the schedule says.
The Leagues and cities are as follows:
Los Angeles, Boston, Greater Washington, Canwa Vancouver 1, Seattle 1
Washington DC 1, , Raleigh, Washington DC 2, San Francisco, New York City
Memphis, Seattle 2, Katy 1, Canwa Vancouver 2, Brentwood/Nashville, Lincoln, Syracuse, Katy 2
The first round will start on January 25 at 3PM EST, 12PM PST.
Pandanet-AGA City League Kicks off this weekend
The second year of the Pandanet-AGA City League Kicks off this weekend on IGS. Play will start for all of the leagues at 3pm on Saturday the 26th. We have 17 teams for this season and play should be very exciting. Watch some of the best players in the country vie off against each other. Play will take place in the AGA City League Room. You will see more information as it is updated on this Pandanet site.
Finals for the AGA City League A League
Team Los Angeles won the Pandanet-AGA City League A-League finals Saturday at the U.S. Congress in Tacoma, WA, defeating the Washington team 2-1 in hard-fought games. Beumgeon (Evan) Cho defeated Jie Li on Board 1, while Seung Hyun (Kevin) Hong beat Yuan Zhou on Board 3 in the afternoon games, broadcast live on Pandanet. Eric Lui, playing via Pandanet from Seoul Korea, where he’s playing in the Samsung Cup preliminaries for the AGA, scored DC’s only win by defeating Dae Hyuk (Daniel) Ko. Andy Okun captained the LA team. “We’re tremendously pleased with the results of our first year of the Pandanet AGA City League,” League Project Co-Manager Jon Boley reported to Congress attendees Saturday night at a brief awards ceremony. Twenty eight teams competed in four leagues: LA won the A League, Toronto won the B League, Chicago won in C League, and Brentwood, TN won the D League.
Board 1: Beomgeun Cho vs Jie Li – Winner: Beomgeun Cho Game Record
Board 2: Daniel Ko vs Eric Lui – Winner: Eric Lui Game Record
Board 3: Seung Hyun Hong vs Yuan Zhou – Winner: Seung Hyun Hong Game Record
Board 1 game reviewed by Myungwan Kim 9p – Game Record
Photos of the final round that took place in Tacoma on August 3rd, 2013.
Picture by Phil Straus, story from the E-Journal
City League finals for the B, C, & D Leagues
Watch the finals for the City League on July 28th starting at 1PM EST for the finals for these leagues. They will play their games then. Watch for more information about the broadcast of the LIVE A league finals at the Us Go Congress.
Pandanet-AGA City League 10th Round This Sunday
The 10th, and for most teams, final round is scheduled for this Sunday, July 14 on Pandanet IGS. At the conclusion of this round, the top two teams in the A League will be invited to play one final playoff round to take place in person at the 2013 US Go Congress on Saturday afternoon, August 2.
Round 9 on Sunday June 30
Watch all four leagues starting at 1PM EST for the City League. C & D Leagues will play at 1PM and the A & B Leagues will start at 2PM. Be sure to root for your local team.
Greater Washington & Toronto Lead Pandanet-AGA City Leagues; Round 8 Set for Sunday
The Pandanet-AGA City Leagues A & B will play round 8 on Sunday June 16th. For the A League Greater Washington is just edging out the team from Los Angeles by one board point. Both teams have 8 points all together and records of 4-2. Los Angeles will play New York City, Greater Washington will play Boston, and Seattle will play Vancouver. With the field so strong in the league at this point Boston could come out and challenge LA and GW for the top slot. . In the B League Toronto has come out with a strong record and is leading the league with San Francisco hot on their tails. Toronto has 10 points and a record of 5-1 and San Francisco with 8 points and a record of 4-2. Southern California will take on the leading San Francisco in a tough matchup. Massachusetts will play Washington DC and Toronto will play Montreal. It will be exciting to see if Toronto will gain another win to stay on top of the standings or will there be a tight playoff the last two rounds to see who the winner is.
Rounds will be played on IGS at 2PM on June 16th. As always the most up to date standings are found on the to your right.
Pandanet City League Round 7 and 5
This Sunday the Pandanet/AGA City League plays Round 7 for the A & B Leagues and Round 5 for the C & D Leagues. Watch LIVE on IGS starting at 1PM EST/10AM PST on Sunday March 26th.
A and B Leagues Round 6 today!
A and B Leagues play round 6 today at 2PM EST today. Tune in to watch these exciting matches.
League play on April 28th
Pandanet AGA City League rounds 4 and 5 will be played this Sunday, April 28. Leagues A and B will play their Round 5 games at 2p EST, while Leagues C and D will play their round 4 games starting at 1p EST. Find the pairings on the Pandanet schedule page.
League play this weekend
Watch for all of the leagues to play this weekend with rounds starting at 1PM and 3PM. We hope to see you there.
March League Play
The A & B Leagues played on March 17th. Results have been posted on the round pages. All Leagues will play again on March 31st. Watch the rounds LIVE starting at 1PM EST in two weeks.
Round 2 Starts this Sunday Feb 24th
The second round of the Pandanet AGA City League will be held this Sunday, February 24. Round 1 winners in the A League were Greater Washington (d. Boston), Los Angeles (d. New York City) and Vancouver (d. Seattle). In B League, winners were Washington DC 1, San Francisco and Toronto. In the C League, winners were Washington DC 2, Memphis, Chicago and Pittsburgh. D League winners were Quebec, Southern California 2, Kentucky and Brentwood TN.
Starting this Sunday January 27th the first round of the Pandanet-AGA City League begins. Tune in on IGS using the new GoPanda2 client and watch the opening round. We have posted round and game information on the right nav bar to help you keep track of your local and favorite teams.
Registration has closed for the 2013 season. We have had great response with 28 teams registering. We are in the process of splitting the teams into the appropriate league and setting things up. We will be contacting teams shortly for more information. We are all excited for the games to begin!
Registration is now open for the inaugural season the Pandanet-AGA City League. Fully sponsored and funded by Pandanet, this new online tournament will provide players an opportunity for regional competition. “This is an exciting new opportunity to develop our go community here in the US,” says AGA President Andy Okun. “Thanks to Pandanet for a great competition that will build up the US go community in new ways.” Teams will consist of four players, three of which will play in each round on a rotating basis, and a non-playing team captain. Each team will represent a city or a region. The tournament format will be double round robin, with 10 rounds each season. The top six teams will make up an “A” League and will play a double round-robin with each other throughout the year on the International Go Server (IGS). A final round between the top two teams in the A League will be played at the US Go Congress. Other teams will be placed into a “B” League and possibly a third, “C” League. The top finisher in the B League moves up to the A League after each season, replacing the bottom A League team. Registration for Season 1 closes December 20, 2012 and the first season will begin January 1st on an accelerated schedule, with all following seasons beginning September 1st of each year. In addition to generous cash prizes provided by Pandanet, teams are encouraged to seek their own local sponsors to provide the team with travel, training, game-fees, celebration and community events. “Teams of all strengths are welcomed and encouraged to register!” says tournament director Jon Boley.