Prices Information Cup

Prices Information Cup

The Prices Information Cup is a Go competition.

Outline

The Prices Information Cup is a Go competition. Only players above 6 dan can participate. The time format is hayago. The winner's purse is 20,000,000 Won ($21,000)

Past winners


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