Portland Go Tournament
October 20-21, 2012 Lewis & Clark College, Portland, OR
Come play SEVEN rounds of AGA-rated Go! That's right, MORE GO THAN YOUlLL GET IN THE US OPEN! This is a handicap tournament, so you can expect some exciting, close games no matter your rank.
Strong players (6D+ AGA) may opt instead for the 5-round open tournament -- all even games, may the best player win!
Prizes (merchandise, lessons, or cash) will be awarded for:
- Top three places (open)
- Top three dan players (handicap)
- Top three single-digit kyu players (handicap)
- Top three double-digit kyu players (handicap)
- Top youth player (18 and under) (handicap)
- Top female player (handicap)
TO REGISTER: Register at www.goclubs.org. If you entered all of your personal information last year, it should still be there; you may wish to update your rank. Email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions.
REGISTRATION FEE: $15 if you've preregistered by SEPTEMBER 20, $25 otherwise, no registration fee for Lewis & Clark students and players 18 and under. ALL players must also either be AGA members (you can join at the tournament for $30) or pay a one-tournament membership fee of $10.
All fees are paid by cash or check on the day of the tournament.
LOCATION: Albany 218 and 220 on the campus of Lewis & Clark College. This is the same location as last year. Maps:
Handicap games give each side 60 minutes plus five 30-second overtime segments (byo-yomi). Open games give each side 90 minutes plus five 30-second overtime segments.
Saturday, October 20
8:00 AM Registration
9:15 AM Handicap Round 1 Open Round 1
1:00 PM Handicap Round 2
1:30 PM Open Round 2
3:30 PM Handicap Round 3
7:00 PM Handicap Round 4 Open Round 3
Sunday, October 21
9:15 AM Handicap Round 5 Open Round 4
1:00 PM Handicap Round 6
1:30 PM Open Round 5
3:30 PM Handicap Round 7
6:00 PM Award Ceremony
TRANSPORTATION: Parking on campus is free on the weekends. If you're coming from downtown Portland, you can take the Pioneer Express shuttle bus:
(Note that the shuttle route has changed slightly from last year.)
FOOD: In the past, volunteers have provided some coffee, muffins, etc. There is a coffee shop (Maggie's) open on campus; Fields Dining Room is open for lunch and dinner. Info on these establishments can be found here:
Note that Maggie's doesn't open until noon on the weekend, so if you need an infusion of caffeine before your first round, bring something along.