The Trigantius Tournament
The Trigantius Tournament and accompanying teaching events is the Cambridge Go Club's annual tournament. It is normally held around the first Sunday in March and attracts players from all over the country and sometimes from abroad.
The 36th Trigantius Tournament
Please see here for details of this year's tournament.
The 35th Trigantius Tournament
The 35th Trigantius Tournament and Novice events were held on Saturday 12th March 2011, at St Columba's Church. Many thanks to Alex Selby for organising the day. The overall winner was David Ward (3d), and Leonardo Martínez-Hurtado (12k) won the 13x13 competition. Congratulations also to Michael Charles (1k), Brook Roberts (4k) and Jan Poslusny (6k) for winning all their games in style. Further results are available at the BGA website.
The 34th Trigantius Tournament
The 34th Trigantius Tournament and Novice events were on Saturday 20th February 2010, at St Columba's Church, Downing Place. Robert Mateescu (6d) won the tournament, beating British Champion Matthew Macfadyen (6d) in the last round. Full results are available on the BGA website.
The 33rd Trigantius Tournament
The 33rd Trigantius Tournament and Novice events took place on Saturday 7th March 2009 at the Frank Lee Centre. The winner was club secretary Andrew Kay (3d). Full results for the main tournament and novices event are available on the BGA website.
The 32nd Trigantius Tournament
The 32nd Trigantius Tournament and Novice events took place on Saturday 8th March 2008. The winner was Shaoyou Ouyang 6d. Full results for the main tournament are here, results for the Novice event are here.
The 31st Trigantius Tournament
The 30th Trigantius Tournament
The 29th Trigantius Tournament
The 29th Trigantius Tournament took place on Sunday 6th March 2005, at the University Centre, Granta Place and had an attendance of 74. The winner was Li Shen 6 dan. Full results are available here.
The 28th Trigantius Tournament
The 28th Trigantius Tournament took place on Sunday 29th February, 2004 and had an attendance of 85. The winner was Li Shen 5 dan. Full results are available here.
The 27th Trigantius Tournament
The tournament took place on Sunday 2rd March 2003, in the University Centre, Granta Place, Mill Lane. Full results are available here.
The 26th Trigantius Tournament
Took take place on Sunday 3rd March 2002, in the University Centre, Granta Place, Mill Lane, and was generously sponsored by Hitachi. There were 79 entries (34 from Cambridge). Full results are available here on the BGA website.
The 25th Trigantius Tournament
Took place on Sunday 4th March 2001, in the University Centre, Granta Place, Mill Lane. Full results are available here. The tournament booklet is once again available online here in PDF format. Two warnings: 1) It's a 1.7MB file - even larger than it was last year; 2) The pages are in printable order - print the first 16 pages as 8 double spreads, then turn your pages over and print the next 8 spreads.
The 24th Trigantius Tournament
Took place on Saturday 4th March 2000. Due to renovations, it changed its venue this year to St. Paul's Church on Hills Road. The full results are available here. The tournament booklet is also available online at here, but at 1.5Mb in size, it is strictly for enthusiasts.
The 23rd Trigantius Tournament
Took place on Sunday 7th March 1999. Once again we were generously sponsored by Hitachi. We had 95 entrants, which is probably a record number. Hopefully we will see you all back next year. The main competition was won by our very own Seong-June Kim (6 dan). A Brakenhale team won the team competition. You might want to inspect the full results. There are also some silly estimated grades.
The 22nd Trigantius Tournament
This took place on Sunday 1st March 1998 and was won jointly by the defending champion Matthew Cocke (5 dan) and Des Cann (4 dan, Leamington Spa). Full results are available here, but perhaps it is best to hear what happened from the tournament directors point of view, from his account of the day appearing in the tournament booklet.
Another important part of the day in the Beginners' Competition. This is open to anyone with a grade up to 20 kyu and to people without a grade. As ever it was run by Paul Smith. His account of what happened is here.
One feature of Geoff Kaniuk's godraw program is that it will calculate estimated grades based on peoples' performances. Obviously, with a 3 round tournament this has absolutely no statistical significance - but it is quite fun so here they are.
The 21st Trigantius Tournament
The 21st Trigantius took place on Sunday 2nd March 1997 and was won by Matthew Cocke (5 dan).