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This is the Othello European Grand Prix official page.

Here you can find all the news about the Othello EGP tournaments you need: tournaments, ranking, last news.

The site is still under construction, thanks for your understanding.

Please, go to the History page if you want to know more about Othello, EGP and World Othello Federation.

 

Main News

 

   
 

 

Tom Schotte is the new European representative. Good work Tom.

 

   
 

Roel Hobo wins thetournament in Netherlands, Takuji Kashiwabara wins the EGP

Results of the torunament: second Nicky van den Biggelaar, third Kunihiko Tanida, then Tom Schotte.

In the EGP Ranking, after Takuji Kashiwabara, second place for Tom Schotte, third place for Dmitry Atamanov.

You can find all the news about the tournament on Facebook or on Othello News.

   
 

Dmitry Atamanov wins EGP tournament in Sweden.

Second place for Imre Leader, third Oskar Eklund, fourth Takuji Kashiwabara.

You can find all the news about the tournament on Facebook.

 

 

 

EGP tournament in Warsaw, Takuji Kashiwabara wins the tournament.

Second Marc Tastet, third Tom Schotte who beats Francesco Marconi for the third place

You can find all the news about the tournament on Facebook.

 

 

 

Fourth EGP tournament, in Denmark wins Takashi Yamakawa.

Second Jeroen Everts, third Takuji Kashiwabara and fourth Karsten Feldborg

You can find all the news about the tournament on Facebook.

 

 

 

Third EGP tournament to a russian player: Dmitry Atamanov

Second place for Tom Schotte, who now leads the Egp ranking. Third Vyaceslav Kobzev and fourth Konstantin Tsikin.

On Facebook are available all latest news about the tournament.

 

 

 

Second EGP tournament, wins Tom Schotte

Second place for Takuji Kashiwabara, then Marc Tastet and Roel Hobo.

On Facebook and on the internet site of British Othello federation are available all latest news about the tournament.

 

 

 

Francesco Marconi wins the first EGP of 2016 season

Second place for Arthur Juigner, then Marc Tastet and Arnaud Delaunay.

You can find the ranking for the new season here.

On Facebook are available photos and comments about the tournament.

 

 

 

 

Ready for next EGP season

Calendar will be ready and definitive in the next few weeks

Please, go here to see the provisional calendar for 2016

 

 

 

Marc Tastet wins the EGP Tournament in Paris
Takuji Kashiwabara wins the EGP 2015

In the torunament second is Takuji Kashiwabara, then Roel Hobo and Arnaud Delaunay

In the EGP final ranking, second Miroslav Voracek, third Francesco Marconi

You can find the final ranking of the EGP for the season 2015 here

 

 

 

 

Nicky Van Den Biggelar wins the EGP Tournament in Ghent

Second Jeroen Everts, then Arthur Juigner and Niklas Wettergren

You can find the provisional ranking of the EGP for the season 2015 here

 

 

 

Takuji Kashiwabara is the winner of the Athens EGP

Second is Marc Tastet, third Francesco Marconi then Miroslav Voracek.

You can find more information here

You can find the provisional ranking of the EGP for the season 2015 here

 

 

 

 

Takuji Kashiwabara is the winner of the Oslo EGP

Second is Imre Leader, then Jostein Danielsen and Martin Odegard.

You can find more information here

You can find the provisional ranking of the EGP for the season 2015 here

 

 

 

Miroslav Voracek wins also the EGP tournament in Madrid and takes the head of the EGP ranking

Then Francesco Marconi, Imre Leader and Takuji Kashiwabara.

You can find more information here

You can find the provisional ranking of the EGP for the season 2015 here

 

 

 

 

Nicky van den Biggelaar wins the second EGP tournament in Berlin

Second place for Miroslav Voracek, then Takuji Kashiwabara and Matthias Berg.

You can find more information here

 

 

 

 

 

Miroslav Voracek wins the first EGP tournament in Prague

Second place for Francesco Marconi, then Imre Leader who beats Takuji Kashiwabara in the game for the third place.

You can find more information here