Shogi Deutschland invites you to the 28th German Open Championship 2021.
Date and venue
- Saturday, September 18th and Sunday, September 19th, 2021
- HumboldtInitiative Berlin, Ziegelstraße 5, 10117 Berlin
Access by train: the venue is a few minutes' walk from the Friedrichstraße and Oranienburger Straße S-Bahn stations.
From Berlin Hauptbahnhof (main station) it is only one stop to Friedrichstraße (S3, S5, S7). We recommend the app Öffi
(Google Play) for
planning local transport connections.
German Open Championship
- Open Tournament.
- Registration deadline September 15th, 2021 20.00 CET. Please use the registration form.
(For U18 players we ask for registration by a parent or guardian).
For any questions or additional information please contact us by e-mail to
- 6 rounds, there will be up to four MacMahon groups depending on the number of participants, limits probably at 1000/1300/1600 ELO.
- Time control 45 Min + 40 sec Byoyomi
- Entry fee: 10 €, 5 € for students, 2 € reduction for members of a member organisation of FESA
- 09:30 to 10:30 Check-In and Coronatests
- 10:45 Opening
- 11:00 Round 1 and qualification for quaterfinal German Championship
- 13:00 Break
- 14:00 Round 2 and quaterfinal
- 16:00 Round 3 and semifinal
- 17:30 Shogi Deutschland members meeting (Non-members are also invited to be informed about
German Shogi activities, if they understand German)
- 09:00 Round 4 and final German Championship
- 11:00 Round 5
- 13:00 Break
- 14:00 Round 6
- 15:30 Prize giving
Covid-19 hygiene plan
Precautionary measures will be taken in consultation with the Humboldt Initiative. Current planning includes a rapid test of
all participants at check-in. In case of a positive test, participation in the tournament is unfortunately not possible. Whether
the wearing of masks in the game rooms will be obligatory will be decided at short notice depending on the infection situation
and official guidelines.
For Saturday evening a dinner in a restaurant is planned after the general meeting. More information will follow.
On Friday afternoon we will set up and probably visit a restaurant afterwards. Join us after you have arrived!
There is the possibility of a collective order at a Japanese sushi supplier. Otherwise, there are several restaurants (German,
Italian, Indian) in the vicinity of the venue, as well as a large selection of snack bars at the Friedrichstraße train station.
Coffee, tea and mineral water are available free of charge.
General inquiries: email@example.com
Urgent inquiries by phone: Daniel Többens, 0049/151/2876-7943
| 1|| 1||Frank Rövekamp||DE||Kurpfalz|| 3 Dan ||1923|| |
| 2|| ||Kensuke Tsutsui ||JP||Frankfurt|| 2 Dan ||1865 |
| 3|| 2||Jochen Drechsler ||DE||Heigenbrücken|| 2 Dan ||1777 |
| 4|| 3||Bilal Dardour ||DE||Frankfurt|| 1 Dan||1767|
| 5|| ||Peder Gedda||SE||Gothenburg|| 1 Dan||1746|
| 6|| ||Chung Man Chan||HK||Frankfurt|| 1 Kyu||1633|
| 7|| ||Fabian Fichter ||DE||Kurpfalz|| 1 Kyu||1632 |
| 8|| 4||Thomas Majewski ||DE||Hannover|| 2 Dan ||1611 |
| 9|| 5||Daniel Többens|| DE||Berlin|| 1 Kyu||1546|
|10|| 6||Jens Müller||DE||Berlin|| 5 Kyu||1309|
|11|| ||Janik Kruse ||DE||Paderborn|| 7 Kyu ||1275 || |