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The 45th Wessex
Go Tournament

in the city of Bath

Sunday 26th October 2014

As usual, this is the day that the clocks go back

The tournament has now taken place. Thanks to everyone who came and helped to make it a success. Results will be posted on the British Go Association web site.

This page is left as a placeholder until we are ready to accept entries for the next Wessex. As always, this will be on the Sunday that British Summer Time ends. Please come back for details in September or watch for our announcement through the BGA.

Wessex Go Tournament general scene

This is a three-round, even-game McMahon competition played to AGA rules. There will be 60 minutes each on the clock. Overtime will be 30 stones in the first five minutes and 60 stones in each subsequent five minute period. Komi is 7.5 points, or 0.5 points in handicap games. The Wessex is a Class B tournament for official rating purposes.

Prizes will be awarded to the players with the highest number of wins. The overall winner will also hold the Wessex Trophy for one year.

Registration  9.15 – 10.00     First round  10.15     Prizegiving  Around 18.00


We will accept entries on the day without surcharge but it really helps to have an idea of numbers. Use the form below if you can, or enter by email or post. These options are described in the PDF you can download here. It also has a map and directions useful on the day even if you enter online.

The entry fee includes all-day tea, coffee and snacks but not lunch. Pubs and food outlets are nearby, or bring your own.

<Form disabled until we're ready for entries to the next tournament>


The tournament will once again be held at:

St Mark's Community Centre
St Mark's Rd

Phone on the day – 07708 944 644 Please call if you will be late or cannot attend so that we can decide how best to proceed.

To reach Bath from the M4, leave at Exit 18 and follow the signs. Parking at the hall is limited but residential parking restrictions do not apply on Sunday so there should be space in nearby streets. Calton Gardens, just above the hall, is probably the best bet. There is a handy footpath starting at the end of the line of houses (easy to see in satellite view zoomed in).

Bath train and bus stations are just a few minutes walk from the hall. We don't know the times of public transport so please check your journey in advance.

The blue pin on the map below shows the tournament location. As noted above, the downloadable PDF has directions and a map.

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