Welcome to Pandanet!
Welcome to the Pandanet Internet Go Server, a great place for playing, watching, studying, and enjoying the game of Go on the internet. At any time, day or night, you can find hundreds of other players from all over the world and of all playing levels, from beginners to professionals. Whatever your ability, you can find opponents of similar skill to play with.
Championship matches for top professional events, including the Meijin, Honinbo, Kisei, Judan and Tengen titles, and the Professional Pair Go Championship are broadcasted live, along with great international tournaments like the Pandanet Go European Team Championship, all for free.
On Pandanet this and the next Weeks
| PROFESSIONAL PAIR GO CHAMPIONSHIP 2017
Round 1 – Semifinals
|Round 4 of League A and B and C in and D the Pandanet-AGA City League|
| The 21st Pandanet Cup Internet World Amateur Go Tournament
February 20 (Mon) – 26 (Sun) Final Rounds, Semi-finals
|Round 5 of League C and D in the 7th Pandanet Go European Team Championship|
The 2nd Senko Cup, Preliminary round, Final, Tobita Saki 1p vs. Nishiyama Shizuka 1p
|Round 8 of League B in the 7th Pandanet Go European Team Championship|
Kansai Kiin live broadcasts
16 pairs of male and female professional Go players who represent the Japanese Go world will play tournament games, and in the 4th round, the winning pair will be decided. Games from the 1st round to the semifinal round will be played at the Nihon Ki-in on February 12, and the final game will be played at the Nihon Ki-in on March 5.
[ Explanation of Championship ]
A five-round Swiss System tournament will be played by 32 pairs, made up of 31 pairs representing 20 overseas countries and territories and eight regions of Japan and the winning pair in the Pandanet Qualifying Tournament held by the Internet Go Salon Pandanet.
The International Championship and Japan Championship are combined as the International Amateur Pair Go Championship, and the highest ranked Japanese pair will be crowned the Japan Amateur Pair Go Champion.
[ Prizes ]
First Place : IAPG CUP, Certificate, Medal, Prize
Second Place : Certificate, Medal, Prize
Third Place : Certificate, Medal, Prize
4th to 8th Place : Certificate, Prize
Best Japanese Pair : JAPG CUP, Medal, Prize
64th Oza Title Match
The match for the 64th Oza title starts on October 17th.
- The first game: October 17 (Mon).
Iyama Yuta won, W+1.5.
- The second game: November 7 (Mon).
Iyama Yuta won, B+Resign.
- The third game: November 18 (Fri).
Iyama Yuta won, W+Resign.
- The fourth game: December 8 (Thu).
- The fifth game: December 15 (Thu).
All rounds start at 10:00 (Japan Time), i.e., 02:00 CEST. The time limit is three hours each.
Iyama Yuta Kept the Oza title!