World Pair Go Association

World Pair Go Association

Pair Go Promotion Partner

Pair Go Promotion Partners

Numbers to the right of photos indicate the tournaments played in.

Ar - Ca | Ch - Cz | Cz - Fr | Ge - It | Ko - Ma |
Ma - Ne | No - Ro | Ru - Sp | Sw - Uk | Un - Yu | Ch - Ho

Argentina

  • Rosario Papeschi
    ⑧⑨⑭
  • Guillermo Alfredo Albizuri
    ⑧⑨⑭
  • Franklin Bassarsky
    ⑧⑨⑭

Armenia

  • Alla Sargsyan
     My brother also plays Go, and several times he became champion in Armenia. So we hope that one day, we will have a chance to participate in Pair Go tournament as a sister and brother pair.
  • Ashot Margaryan
     It is very interesting to play with pair.

Australia

  • Shelley Mo
    ⑨⑫
  • Jack Guo
  • Tracy Nguyen
  • Brian Taylor
  • Lauren Bull
  • Tony Purcell
  • Amelia Gray
  • Mark Bell
  • Cuiying Xu
  • John Hardy
  • Jingning Xue
  • Qing Xu
  • Amy Song
  • David Ormerod
  •  
  • Wei Xu

Austria

  • Eleonore Gruber
    ④⑤⑧
  • Helmut Wiltschek
    ④⑤⑪⑱㉓
     I have finished writing a book "Go Stories from Austria". This book includes my experiences of the five Pair Go tournaments in which I took part.
  • Sieglinde Gruber
    ⑪⑱㉓
  • Julian Gruber

Azerbaijan

  • Laura Bakhtizina
  • Ibadat Mammadov

Belarus

  • Alina Kozlik
  • Aliaksandr Suponev

Belgium

  • Claude Burvenich
  • Alain Wettach
  • Ingrid De Doncker
  • Jan Bogaert
  • Tingting Chen
  • Ismaïl Dogru

Bosnia and Herzegovina

  • Visnjica Barisic
    ⑪㉑
  • Dragan Barisic
    ⑪㉑

Brazil

  • Miyuki Yamashita
  • Geraldo Brito
  • Natalia Sartorio
  • Felipe Herman van Riemsdijk

Bulgaria

  • Nina Toleva
     My personal experience with Pair Go started when I was introduced to the game by a close friend of mine. I was fascinated by the complexity and the beauty of the game. The 17th Championship has not only changed my personal life by enriching my spiritual world, but also had great influence on my academic (2012-2013, studied at The University of Tokyo) and professional career.
  • Stanislav Traykov

Canada

  • Suzanne Malo
  • Louis Leroux
  • Orah Castello
  • Young Chaye
  • Stella Chang
    ④⑦⑫⑯
     I did teach my future husband how to play Go and we had the opportunity to attend the IAPGC in 2005. It was such a fun experience!
  • Stanley Chang
    ④⑤⑦⑫
     I had the opportunity to represent Canada 4 times with 2 sisters, each sister twice. There are lots of great memories that we still talk about many, many years later. I've tried to teach my wife and she's slowly improving. My daughter is only 1, and I look forward to the day when my daughter will be old enough to start learning how to play Go. Hopefully we will have another opportunity to participate in a future IAPGC with either my wife or daughter! We are so fortunate that our whole family has had a chance to participate in the world class tournament. (My father participated in the 13th IAPGC)
  • Selina Chang
    ⑤⑬
     I played with my father in 2002, and he forgot to put on his glasses for his first move. He mistook his first move, and placed it 5-4, one spot away. It made for an interesting joseki!
  • Zhengong Chang
    ⑥⑩
  • Joe Whang
  • Huihua Lei
    ⑥⑩
  • Philip Waldron
    ⑨⑮
  • Katherine Whang
  • Charles Chang
     Hope to see the Pair Go event getting more popular in the future.
  • Jean Waldron
    ⑨⑮
     Being a Pair Go partner with my son has provided many positive shared experiences.
  • Zhiqi Yu
  • Yimei Cao
  • James Sedgwick
  • James Lin
  • Meng Sun
  • Luke Chung
  • Alexis Liu
    ⑰⑲
  • Dong Wang
  • Naiting Liu
  • Liang Minggao
  • Yu Jin
  • Yu Lizheng
  • Irene Sha
  • Gansheng Shi
  • Amira Song
     During the 22nd IAPGC, I met a pair from Netherlands who got married through Pair Go! I am still friends with them on facebook and we still chat once in a while.
  • Juyong Koh
  • Rita Li
  • Bill Lin
    Extremely interesting cultural events.

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