German ISF Qualification dieses Jahr auf 81Dojo

Liebe Mitglieder von Shogi Deutschland e.V.,

wegen der aktuellen Corona-Pandemie mußte leider die Deutschen Meisterschaft in Hamburg abgesagt werden. Im Rahmen dieses Turniers war auch die Auswahl des Spielers geplant, der Deutschland beim Internationalen Shogi Forum 2020 vertreten wird. Das ISF 2020 wird voraussichtlich vom 23. – 25. Oktober 2020 in Tokio stattfinden. Da zum derzeitigen Zeitpunkt noch unklar ist, wann wieder überregionale Turniere stattfinden können, ist die Einhaltung von Meldefristen auf klassischem Wege leider nicht möglich. Aus diesem Grund hat der Vorstand entschieden, das Qualifikationsturnier online durchzuführen.

Die German ISF Qualification findet in der Zeit vom 15. Mai bis 14. Juni 2020 auf der Plattform 81Dojo statt. Die Anmeldung ist ab sofort bis zum 13. Mai 2020, 17:00 MEZ, unter https://system.81dojo.com/en/tournaments/961 möglich.

Durch das für das Turnier gewählte KO-Format bleibt der Anzahl der zu spielenden Runden auch bei einer großen Anzahl von Teilnehmern überschaubar, so daß außer den unten aufgeführten minimalen Bedingungen keine weiteren Einschränkungen notwendig sind. Aber natürlich wird erwartet, daß Teilnehmer des Qualifikationsturniers dieses auch beenden und im Falle eines Sieges gewillt sind, beim ISF anzutreten.

Bitte gebt diese Ausschreibung auch an andere Interessierte weiter.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen, Daniel Többens Schatzmeister


Der Sieger des German ISF Qualification Turniers bei 81Dojo wird Deutschland beim Internationalen Shogi Forum 2020 vertreten.

Voraussetzung für die Teilnahme am Qualifikationsturnier sind:

  1. Deutsche Staatsbürgerschaft
  2. Mitgliedschaft bei Shogi Deutschland e.V.
  3. Bereitschaft, am Internationalen Shogi Forum teilzunehmen, welches voraussichtlich vom 23. – 25. Oktober 2020 in Tokio stattfinden wird.

Die Startaufstellung erfolgt entsprechend der Elo-Wertung in der Liste 2020-01 der FESA.

Mitgliedschaft und Identität der Teilnehmer werden durch die Anmeldung bei Shogi Deutschland e.V. Online überprüft. Bei Unklarheiten wenden Sie sich bitte rechtzeitig an den Schatzmeister von Shogi Deutschland e.V. (Daniel.Toebbens[at]gmx.de).

Die Identität aller Teilnehmer des Turniers wird den Mitgliedern von Shogi Deutschland e.V. vor Beginn des Turniers mitgeteilt.


The winner of the German ISF Qualification tournament at 81Dojo will represent Germany at the International Shogi Forum 2020.

Prerequisite for the participation in the qualification tournament are

  1. German citizenship
  2. Membership in Shogi Deutschland e.V.
  3. Readiness to participate in the International Shogi Forum, which is expected to take place in Tokyo from 23rd – 25th October 2020.

The starting line-up will be according to the Elo-ranking in the FESA list 2020-01.

Membership and identity of the participants will be verified by registration with Shogi Deutschland e.V. Online. If there are any uncertainties, please contact the treasurer of Shogi Deutschland e.V. in time (Daniel.Toebbens[at]gmx.de).

The identity of all participants of the tournament will be communicated to the members of Shogi Deutschland e.V. before the tournament starts. 

Turnierhinweis: Coronakrone auf 81Dojo.com

Hallo liebe Shogispieler in Deutschland,

um die Wartezeit in Isolation etwas zu beleben und ganz nebenher das System für eventuelle spätere, wichtigere Turniere zu testen, haben wir auf 81Dojo den Kampf um die Coronakrone ausgeschrieben.

Jeder der die Deutsche Sprache ausreichend beherrscht, um notwendige Informationen zu kommunizieren, und mindestens 3x die Woche ab 19 Uhr Online sein kann, ist zulässig für das Turnier. Anmeldungen sind bis zum 10. April möglich.

Die Spiele finden im Zeitraum vom 11. April bis zum 19. April statt. Hauptsächliche Spielzeit ist jeden Tag von 19-20 Uhr (Berlin Zeitzone GMT+2). Individuelle Termine kann mit jeden Spieler selbständig ausgemacht werden, über das Turnier Websystem. Wir spielen ohne Handicap, mit 20 Minuten pro Seite und 30 Sekunden Byoyomi. Der Turniermodus ist Double Elimination, die Anzahl von Spielen für jeden Teilnehmer sollte sich also in Grenzen halten.


Also, wenn ihr Lust und Zeit habt, dann meldet euch an!

Links:
Anmeldung zum Turnier: https://system.81dojo.com/en/tournaments/850
Eventuell als erstes Anmeldung eines Accounts (mit korrekter e-Mail-Adresse): https://81dojo.com/
Für Berliner unser Club Shogi Berlin (hat aber nichts mit dem Turnier zu tun): https://system.81dojo.com/en/circles/205

Und noch ein Video von Oliver Orschiedt für alle, die sich vorab ansehen wollen, wie Turniere auf 81Dojo funktionieren: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZBY3sJxT1M


Bis dahin viele Grüße,
Daniel Többens

Ausschreibung: First European Janggi Championship in Hamburg

First European Janggi Championship in Hamburg

Saturday, 26th & Sunday, 27th of October 2019

Logo European Janggi Federation


Announcement

The European Janggi Federation (EJF) in cooperation with the local host, the
German Janggi Federation (GJF) as well as “Johannes-Brahms-Konservatorium” is happy to announce the organization of a the

1st European Janggi Championship on

26th & 27th of October 2019 in Hamburg.

Our efforts in promoting the game especially in Europe forced us to do the next step: organizing a European Championship in Janggi – also known as “Korean Chess” – a game with a long history and highly respected in Korea.

We are especially proud of the fact, that many local players from Germany as well as the strongest players from Europe – coming from Poland, Russia, France, Austria, Turkey, Netherlands and Ukraines – have already committed themselves to participate; securing the highest level of play in Europe; fighting for the title as European Champion.

Besides the main tournament, we also organize the European Blitz Championship with the extra option to gain the title as European Blitz-Champion 2019.

Some minor groups of children already play seriously Janggi in different parts of Europe. The European Janggi Federation reflects on this development by organizing the 1st European Youth Championship 2019 for participants below 18 years of age.

All tournaments are played in an Open format, which entitles all interested players living in Europe to participate.

We will play according to the International Janggi Tournament Rules, which are currently in use by the Korean Janggi Federation (Southkorea).

Date:
Saturday, the 26th of October 2019
Registration:
11.30 a.m. – 12.00 p.m.
Everyone will have to sign in personally on site no later than 12:00 p.m.

Format:
Open main tournament – 9 rounds “Round Robin” system

Playing time:
15 minuten maintime + 3 x 40 seconds byoyomi

After reaching 1 hour of overall playing time, the games will be finished by the referee; counting the remaining material. Red must do the last move.

Preregistrations:
Please send you registration by email to one of the organizers listed below:

Contact:
Jürgen Woscidlo, jwoscidlo@msn.com, Mobil: +49 (0) 175 – 75 63 860
Uwe Frischmuth, uwefrischmuth@gmx.de, Mobil: +49 (0) 163 – 79 86 436

Entry fee:

Everyone may pay the fee during the personal registration process in cash.
We have to cover all cost for this tournament completely from all entry fees collected; without any further sponsor. All entry fees have to cover the cost for the youth players also. No money prizes will be awarded to keep it in a true amateur manner.

Adults: 10.- Euro; reductions possible
Youth under 18 of age: no fee
Players arriving from a foreign country: no fee

Schedule:

Schedule Main Tournament Saturday, the 26th of October 2019

11:45 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.       Registration
12:00 p.m. – 12:30 p.m.       opening procedure
12:30 p.m. – 01:30 p.m.       round 1
01:45 p.m. – 02:45 p.m.       round 2
03:00 p.m. – 04:00 p.m.       round 3
04:00 p.m. – 04:30 p.m.       Break
04:30 p.m. – 05:30 p.m.       round 4
05:45 p.m. – 06:45 p.m.       round 5

Schedule MainTournament Sunday, the 27th of October 2019

09:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.       round 6
10:45 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.       round 7
11:45 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.       Break
12:30 p.m. – 01:30 p.m.       round 8
01:45 p.m. – 02:45 p.m.       round 9
03:00 p.m.                            Prizegiving and closing

Place of Venue:
Johannes-Brahms-Konservatorium – Ebertallee 55 – 22607 Hamburg
Close to: S Bahn Othmarschen
Highway A-7 Turn Bahrenfeld – Metrobus I – Bus 186 – Schnellbus 37
http://www.brahms-konservatorium.de/index.php?id=home

Main-Referee:
Antonio Barra, President of European Janggi Federation, will act a main-referee of this tournament.

Gradings:
This tournament will be subject for grading along with already existing grading results of other players from Europe.

Playing material:
All necessary playing material the organizers provide. However, due to unforeseen circumstances it might be better for all players, to bring your own material with you.

Just in case…

Prizes:
1st place: trophy, certificate and special award
2nd place: certificate and special award
Further prizes are optional for all youth players

Ausschreibung: First European Janggi Youth Championship in Hamburg

First European JANGGI Youth Championship in Hamburg

Saturday, 26th & Sunday, 27th of October 2019

Logo European Janggi Federation


Announcement

The European Janggi Federation (EJF) in cooperation with the local host, the
German Janggi Federation (GJF) as well as “Johannes-Brahms-Konservatorium” is happy to announce the organization of a the

1st European JANGGI Youth Championship on

26th & 27th of October 2019 in Hamburg.

Our efforts in promoting the game among youth players – especially in Europe – forced us to do the next step: organizing a European Championship in Janggi for the youth – in a game with a long history and highly respected especially in Korea; also referred to as “Korean Chess”.

Some minor groups of children already play seriously Janggi in different parts of Europe. The European Janggi Federation reflects on this development by organizing the 1st European Youth Championship 2019 for participants below 18 years of age.

This tournament is played in an Open format, which entitles all interested players – living in Europe – to participate.

Date:
Saturday, the 26th of October 2019
Registration:
11.45 a.m. – 12.00 p.m.
Everyone will have to sign in personally on site no later than 12:00 p.m.

Format:
Open Youth tournament – 7 rounds “Round Robin” system

Playing time:
15 minuten maintime + 3 x 40 seconds byoyomi

After reaching 1 hour of overall playing time, the games will be finished by the referee; counting the remaining material. Red must do the last move.

Preregistrations:
Please send you registration by email to one of the organizers listed below:

Contact:
Jürgen Woscidlo, jwoscidlo@msn.com, Mobil: +49 (0) 175 – 75 63 860
Uwe Frischmuth, uwefrischmuth@gmx.de, Mobil: +49 (0) 163 – 79 86 436

Entry fee:
Youth under 18 of age: no fee

Schedule:
The schedules for the youth are geared into the schedule of the main tournament.

Schedule Youth Tournament Saturday, the 26th of October 2019

11:45 a.m.  – 12:00 p.m.        Registration
12:00 p.m.  – 12:30 p.m.        opening procedure
12:30 p.m.  – 01:30 p.m.        round 1
01:45 a.m.  – 02:45 p.m.        round 2
03:00 p.m.  – 04:00 p.m.        round 3
04:00 p.m.  – 04:30 p.m.        Break
04:30 p.m.  – 05:30 p.m.        round 4

Schedule MainTournament Sunday, the 27th of October 2019

09:30 a.m.  – 10:30 a.m.        round 5
10:45 a.m.  – 11:45 a.m.        round 6
11:45 a.m.  – 12:30 p.m.        Break
12:30 p.m.  – 01:30 p.m.        round 7
03:00 p.m.                              Prizegiving and closing

Place of Venue:
Johannes-Brahms-Konservatorium – Ebertallee 55 – 22607 Hamburg
Close to: S Bahn Othmarschen
Highway A-7 Turn Bahrenfeld – Metrobus I – Bus 186 – Schnellbus 37
http://www.brahms-konservatorium.de/index.php?id=home

Main-Referee:
Antonio Barra, President of European Janggi Federation, will act a main-referee of this tournament; with support by Uwe Frischmuth.

The youth will play according to the International Janggi Tournament Rules, which are currently in use by the Korean Janggi Federation (Southkorea).

Gradings:
This tournament will be subject for grading along with already existing grading results of other players from Europe.

Playing material:
All necessary playing material the organizers will provide.

Prizes:
1st place: trophy, certificate and special award
2nd place: certificate and special award
Further prizes are optional for all youth players

Ausschreibung: First European Janggi Blitz-Championship in Hamburg

First European Janggi Blitz-Championship in Hamburg

Saturday, 26th of October 2019

Logo European Janggi Federation


Announcement

The European Janggi Federation (EJF) in cooperation with the local host, the
German Janggi Federation (GJF) as well as “Johannes-Brahms-Konservatorium” is happy to announce the organization of a the

1st European Janggi Blitz-Championship on

26th of October 2019 in Hamburg.

Our efforts in promoting the game especially in Europe forced us to do a special step: organizing a European Janggi Blitz Championship, a side event to the main tournament.

We are especially proud of the fact, that many local players from Germany as well as the strongest players from Europe – coming from Poland, Russia, France, Austria, Turkey, Netherlands and Ukraine – have already committed themselves to participate in this special side tournament ; securing the highest level of play in Europe; fighting for the title as European Janggi Blitz Champion 2019.

This tournaments is played in an Open format, which entitles all interested players living in Europe to participate.

Date:
Saturday, the 26th of October 2019

Registration:
07.00 p.m. on site.
Everyone will have to sign in personally on site no later than 07:00 p.m.!

Format:
Open Blitz tournament – 7 rounds swiss system

Playing time:
5 minutes maintime + 3 seconds byoyomi (1 phase)

After reaching 15 minutes of overall playing time, the games will be finished by the referee; counting the remaining material. Red must do the last move.

Preregistrations:
Registration is only possible on site

For questions contact:
Jürgen Woscidlo, jwoscidlo@msn.com, Mobil: +49 (0) 175 – 75 63 860
Uwe Frischmuth, uwefrischmuth@gmx.de, Mobil: +49 (0) 163 – 79 86 436

Entry fee:
Everyone may pay the fee during the personal registration process in cash.
We have to cover all cost for this tournament completely from all entry fees collected; without any further sponsor. All entry fees have to cover the cost for the youth players also. No money prizes will be awarded to keep it in a true amateur manner.

Adults: 5,00 Euro; reductions possible
Youth under 18 of age: no fee

Schedule:
The schedules for the youth are geared into the schedule of the main tournament.

Schedule Blitz Tournament Saturday, the 26th of October 2019

07.00 p.m. Registration
07:15 p.m. – 07:30 p.m. opening procedure
07.30 p.m. – 09:30 p.m. round 1 till round 7
09.30 p.m. Award Ceremony

Place of Venue:
Johannes-Brahms-Konservatorium – Ebertallee 55 – 22607 Hamburg
Close to: S Bahn Othmarschen
Highway A-7 Turn Bahrenfeld – Metrobus I – Bus 186 – Schnellbus 37
http://www.brahms-konservatorium.de/index.php?id=home

Main-Referee:
Antonio Barra, President of European Janggi Federation, will act a main-referee of this tournament.

The youth will play according to the International Janggi Tournament Rules, which are currently in use by the Korean Janggi Federation (Southkorea).

Gradings:
This tournament will be subject for special Blitz grading along with already existing grading results of other players from Europe.

Playing material:
All necessary playing material the organizers will provide.

Prizes:
1st place: trophy, certificate and special award
2nd place: certificate and special award
Further prizes are optional