The Korean Prime Minister’s Cup is an international tournament organised each year by the Korean Amateur Baduk Association, and held in Korea. The tournament began in 2006, and South Africa has been sending representatives to this tournament since its inception. Our representatives and their results to date are below. Unlike the WAGC, this tournament has until now used a form of seeding. It seems that the tournament is run as a MacMahon tournament, with initial MMS assigned as 2, 1 or 0 based on the stated rank of the player entering.
|Number||Year||SA Player||# Wins||Position||Results|
|1||2006||Leander Gaum||4/8||54 of 66|
|2||2007||Ben Gale||4/8||38 of 66|
|3||2008||Paul Edwards||3/8||52 of 68|
|4||2009||Victor Chow||5/7||9 of 66|
|5||2010||Welile Gogotshe||3/7||48 of 68|
|6||2011||Konrad Scheffler||2/6||60 of 70|
|7||2012||Andrew Davies||3/6||51 of 70||Here|
|8||2013||Steve Kroon||2/6||47 of 61||Here / Here|
|9||2014||Andre Connell||2/6||36 of 52||Here / Here|
|10||2015||Chris Welsh||2/6||43 of 52||Here / Here|
- Leander’s report on the 1st KPMC
- Gallery with pictures from Leander’s report
- KPMC Update
- Ben places 38th at 2nd KPMC
- KPMC representative
- 2008 KPMC report
- Good luck, Victor!
Who goes to the KPMC?
The KPMC employs the credit point system originally designed for the WAGC.
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