Invitation to Göteborg Open 2014

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Martin Danerud
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Invitation to Göteborg Open 2014

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Welcome to the fifteenth edition of Göteborg Open!

The tournament has attracted several international shogi players during previous years and we hope this will be the case again. We are looking forward to meet you all in Göteborg 22nd to 23rd of November. The venue is located in the central part of Göteborg, close to shops, hotels and restaurants. All participants are welcome to join a common dinner on Saturday evening.

This year we will co-arrange Göteborg Open in shogi with Göteborg Open in go! There will be a chance to see this, in Sweden, little bit bigger Asian board game being played with everyone from beginners to European top players.


Göteborgs Schackcentrum, Vegagatan 20

Tram: no. 1 Stop: Prinsgatan

Bus: no. 60 Stop: Oskar Fredriks kyrka


For pre-registration, contact Martin Danerud at
or register yourself at -> Tävlingar -> Göteborg Open -> Pre-registration 2014

Personal registration: November 22nd latest 11.45

Fee: 100 SEK



Round 1: 12.00

Round 2: 15.00

Round 3: 18.00


Round 4: 08.00

Round 5: 10.30

Round 6: 13.30

Thinking time and pairing

Thinking time: 45 minutes + 40 seconds byo-yomi

Pairing: Swiss using Swiss Perfect.


Prizes will be given to places 1-3 and the rating prizes to the best players, 1-5 kyu, 6-10 kyu och 11-20 kyu.

Prize giving around 16.00.

Dinner at Saturday night

On Saturday night we will dine together on a nearby resturant (with resonable prizes).

Recommended places to stay

Slottskogens vandrarhem:

Masthuggsterassens vandrarhem:

Göteborgs minihotell:

Hotell Lilton:

Aprikosens bed and breakfast:

Right at the moment, there is no possibility to stay over night at the venue, because of the co-arrangement with Göteborg Go Open.

More alternatives places to stay, can be found on

Welcome to Göteborg Open!

Martin Danerud

President of the Swedish Shogi Federation
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