Minsk, Belarus 18-21 July 2013

Latest Updates

20-08-2013
The rating changes for the World Open Shogi Championship have been calculated.

23-07-2013
The 24Док Channel told about the event.

22-07-2013
The Belarusian TV Channel 1 told about the event.

21-07-2013
Ito Takumi won the World Open Shogi Championship.

21-07-2013
BelaPAN and TUT.BY told about the event.

20-07-2013
Sergey Korchitsky won the European Championship.

19-07-2013
The CTV channel told about the event.

19-07-2013
91 players participate in the championship.

18-07-2013
We plan to webcast the top games of the championships. The photo gallery of the event you can find here.

18-07-2013
67 players participated in the blitz championship. Mrs. Nakai Hiroe won the tournament.

18-07-2013
86 players have registered 18.07 evening.

12-07-2013

19-06-2013
The 81Dojo director Tomohide Kawasaki (Hidetchi) will join the event in private.

30-05-2013
The holder of the Lady's Meijin title for many years in the past Hiroe Nakai, Lady's 6 dan will join the event in private.

30-05-2013
The Igo&Shogi TV Channel invites the winner or runner-up of the ESC to challenge a professional player on TV in Japan next year.

29-04-2013
Shohei Takada, 6 dan will join the ESC/WOSC 2013 as part of international promoting programs by the Japan Shogi Association, and Madoka Kitao, Lady's 1 dan will join the event in private.

05-04-2013
Kommunarka is a sweet sponsor of the competitions.

08-03-2013
78 players from 5 countries, including 3 former European champions, plan to participate in the competitions.

18-02-2013
57 players from Minsk have already pre-registered for the ESC/WOSC 2013.

18-02-2013
The official website of the ESC/WOSC 2013 has been open.

Rimadyl for dog pain medication.

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About the Event

Held annually since 1985 in one of the FESA member countries, the European championship is the main shogi event in Europe. The 2013 competitions took place in Minsk, Belarus from the 18th to the 21st of July.

The event consisted of three tournaments:

The exhibition hall of the Minsk City Youth Centre served as a venue for the competitions.