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14th Pandanet Go European Team Championship

First Rounds in October 17 and 24

The 14th Pandanet Go European Team Championship season 2023-2024 is opening and the teams will be collected by the deadline of 3rd October.

The first round of Leagues A and B will be on Tuesday, 17th October. Leagues C and D will commence on Tuesday 24th October. Full schedule and the pairings are published on the PGETC website (see the right column).

25 Sep 23 09:53:46

The 14th Pandanet Go European Team Championship Opening

The 14th Pandanet Go European Team Championship season 2023-2024 is opening and the teams will be collected by the deadline 3rd October.

The first round of Leagues A and B will be on Tuesday, 17th October. Leagues C and D will commence on Tuesday 24th October. Full schedule and the pairings are published on the PGETC website (see the right column).

League A

Ukraine, Czechia, France, Israel, Romania, Netherlands, Poland, Hungary, Germany and Sweden

League B

Austria, Serbia, Italy, Turkey, Switzerland, Belgium, Lithuania, Croatia, Ireland and Finland

League C

South Africa, United Kingdom, Spain, Denmark, Norway, Slovenia, Kyrgysztan and Slovakia

League D

Georgia, Portugal, Kazakhstan, Greece, Cyprus, Iceland and Morocco

Regrettably Bulgaria is excluded from the PGETC competition for two years, based on the EGF Board Decision concerning the cheating incidents.

24 Jul 23 10:22:16

Ukraine wins the 13th Pandanet Go European Team Championship

Ukrainian team (Artem Kachanoskyi 2p, Andrii Kravets 1p, Valerii Krushelnytskyi 6d, Bohdan Zhurakovskyi 6d and Dmytro Bohatskyi 6d) won the PGETC Finals in July 2023. This is the second championship in a row for Ukraine.

After the exciting last round, Czechia was the second, France 3rd and Israel 4th.

See the Finals full results and games

20 Jul 23 10:03:30

PGETC Finals in EGC 2023 Markkleeberg

The 13th Pandanet Go European Team Championship Finals between the four best teams in League A will be played on Friday and Saturday 21st and 22nd July 2023. These games are placed on the European Go Congress 2023 site Rudolf-Hildebrand-Schule in Markkleeberg, Germany.

Schedule/Pairings:

Opening on Friday, 10:15 CEST
Round 1 – Friday, 21st July, 10:30 CEST

Czechia – Ukraine, Israel – France

Round 2 – Friday, 21st July, 15:30 CEST

Ukraine – Israel, France – Czechia

Round 3 – Saturday, 22nd July, 10:30 CEST

Ukraine – France, Czechia – Israel

Pricegiving on Saturday evening during the European Go Congress Opening Session

Tournament Mode:

- 3 rounds round-robin, Japanese rules (6.5 Komi), Fischer time control 45 min basic and 20 s increment
- First named team in the pairings gets black on boards 1 and 3
- Final order: Match-points, Board-points, Order after League A online-rounds

14 Mar 22 18:07:27

European Team Championship to exclude Russia

The Pandanet Go European Team Championship has excluded Russia from
the current League A, following the decision of the EGF (EGF announcement)

The team and the match results are deleted from the tournament table
and the League A will be played with 9 teams in the coming rounds.

As the League A will be finished with nine teams, the rules for
demotion and promotion of teams are modified for the end of the 12th
season:

League A 9th place team will play a play-off with League B 2nd place
team. League B 1st place team is promoted directly.

League B 10th place team will be demoted to League C, the 9th place
team will avoid demotion.

League C top 2 teams will be promoted to the League B.

League C 8th place team will be demoted to League D, the 7th place
team will avoid demotion.

League D top 2 teams will be promoted to League C.

I hope our Ukrainian friends are safe and I wish this war to end soon.

Vesa

19 Jul 21 10:23:36

To the Finals

The 11th Pandanet Go European Team Championship Finals will be organized August 28-29, 2021 as an online event on Pandanet.

The teams qualified for the finals

Russia
Poland
France
Ukraine

The teams promoted and demoted after 2020/2021 season

To League A: Netherlands
To League B: Austria

To League B: South Africa
To League C: Belgium

To League C: Slovenia
To League D: Greece


League A
# Team G BP W-D-L P
1 France 5 14 4-1-0 9
2 Ukraine 5 15 3-2-0 8
3 Czechia 5 13 3-1-1 7
4 Israel 5 13 3-1-1 7
5 Germany 5 10 3-1-1 7
6 Poland 5 11 1-3-1 5
7 Hungary 5 8 1-1-3 3
8 Romania 5 4 1-0-4 2
9 Netherl. 5 6 0-1-4 1
10 Sweden 5 4 0-1-4 1
Finals
July, 2024 in Toulouse, France
League B
# Team G BP W-D-L P
1 Turkey 5 17 5-0-0 10
2 Italy 4 14 4-0-0 8
3 Croatia 5 12 2-2-1 6
4 Belgium 5 8 2-1-2 5
5 Austria 5 9 1-2-2 4
6 Finland 5 9 1-2-2 4
7 Serbia 4 7 1-2-1 4
8 Lithuania 5 6 1-1-3 3
9 Switzerl. 5 6 0-2-3 2
10 Ireland 5 6 0-2-3 2
League C
# Team G BP W-D-L P
1 UK 4 11 4-0-0 8
2 S Africa 4 10 2-2-0 6
3 Slovakia 4 9 1-2-1 4
4 Kyrgyzstan 4 8 1-2-1 4
5 Denmark 4 8 1-2-1 4
6 Spain 4 8 2-0-2 4
7 Slovenia 4 4 0-1-3 1
8 Norway 4 3 0-1-3 1
League D
# Team G BP W-D-L P
1 Kazakhs. 5 14 3-2-0 8
2 Portugal 4 11 3-0-1 6
3 Georgia 3 9 2-1-0 5
4 Cyprus 4 8 2-1-1 5
5 Iceland 4 9 2-0-2 4
6 Morocco 4 7 1-0-3 2
7 Greece 6 -24 0-0-6 -6
Qualification Games
June 11, 2024
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