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2011-08-20 Expert: Alexander Dinerchtein Rate: (4.7)  3 ratings

Famous people on Go servers


If you know any famous people, using Go servers - please introduce them in comments section.

I will start from Ivan Maslov (Maslov on KGS): left picture (in red)

He started to play Go long time ago in Segezha city (near S.Petersburg and Petrozavodsk in Russia). That time they had lot of young players in Segezha, coached by Mr.Samarkin - famous Russian Go teacher. Ivan is not active currently in Russian Go tournaments, but about 10 years ago he had official 1d rank. Nowadays on KGS "Maslov" is stable 3-dan.

Ivan is a famous Russian boxer. You can find some of his battles on Youtube.

Here you can find the game Maslov played with dima777 (Kazan city). Dima has the same trainer with legendary roln111 and he has a big chances to reach the elite of European Go in some years

The second person to introduce: 
Choi Mube (S.Korea). Famous wrestler: 
He is 9-kyu on Cyberoro(WBaduk) with more than 5000 games played
It's a pity, but we cannot share his nickname on the server
You can see him on the right picture



Comments:

jenj
2011-08-29 12:08
second question (broken-unicoded) was about relations between box and Go of course :)

jenj
5k 2011-08-29 12:08
>Just one note: He started to play at 16 y.o. and reached 1d 3 months after learning the rules. Very impressive achievment!

just one question: how?! :)

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elementc
2011-08-23 11:08
If chess players can get away with chessboxing I don't see why it can't mix with Go as well.
breakfast
2011-08-21 11:08
Ivan Maslov agreed to answer the questions of GoSensations.com readers. Please post them here, if you have any.
Just one note: He started to play at 16 y.o. and reached 1d 3 months after learning the rules. Very impressive achievment!
Donki
4d ( VN ) 2011-08-21 09:08
I've just read an article in Killer Of Go, it's said that, Go and Boxing have a same point, you can win by Score or gain a honorable win by KILLING, it's a Knock-out win.


Anyway, boxer playing go, it's interesting.


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