Monday, 21 August 2017

August 2017 meeting will be on 26.08.2017



There will be a Saturday meeting of the London Shogi Club on 26.08.2017. There should be someone around from 11.30am until at least 2pm at Caffe Nero, 10 Bedford Street, London WC2E 7HE.

Everyone is very welcome, regardless of strength or experience.

The nearest rail station is Charing Cross. Embankment, Covent Garden and Leicester Square underground stations are close, but it's best to check which lines are running with Transport for London.

If you want to confirm attendance or have a question, feel free to let us know by
  • leaving a comment here (google+, wordpress, LJ or similar online ID required)
  • posting or commenting on the Shogi London facebook page; or
  • sending an email.

Wednesday, 26 July 2017

July 2017 meeting will be on 29.07.2017

There will be a Saturday meeting of the London Shogi Club on 29.07.2017. There should be someone around from 11.30am until at least 2pm at Caffe Nero, 10 Bedford Street, London WC2E 7HE.

Everyone is very welcome, regardless of strength or experience.

The nearest rail station is Charing Cross. Embankment, Covent Garden and Leicester Square underground stations are close, but it's best to check which lines are running with Transport for London.

  • leaving a comment here (google+, wordpress, LJ or similar online ID required)
  • posting or commenting on the Shogi London facebook page; or
  • sending an email.
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REMEMBER TO ADD London Shogi Club LABEL OR OTHER LABEL AS APPROPRIATE

Wednesday, 21 June 2017

June 2017 meeting will be on 24.06.2017

There will be a Saturday meeting of the London Shogi Club on 24.06.2017. There should be someone around from 11.00am until at least 2pm at Caffe Nero, 10 Bedford Street, London WC2E 7HE.

Everyone is very welcome, regardless of strength or experience.

The nearest rail station is Charing Cross. Embankment, Covent Garden and Leicester Square underground stations are close, but it's best to check which lines are running with Transport for London.

  • leaving a comment here (google+, wordpress, LJ or similar online ID required)
  • posting or commenting on the Shogi London facebook page; or
  • sending an email.
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Wednesday, 31 May 2017

UK qualification tournament IMPORTANT INFORMATION


We don't yet have many entries for the qualification tournament on 03.06.2017.

If the number of entries remains small, we may change venue.

So please don't turn up on Saturday without registering by email with David Faldon.

Tuesday, 23 May 2017

May 2017 meeting will be on 27.05.2017


There will be a Saturday meeting of the London Shogi Club on 27.05.2017. There should be someone around from 11.00am until at least 2pm at Caffe Nero, 10 Bedford Street, London WC2E 7HE.

Everyone is very welcome, regardless of strength or experience.

The nearest rail station is Charing Cross. Embankment, Covent Garden and Leicester Square underground stations are close, but it's best to check which lines are running with Transport for London.

  • leaving a comment here (google+, wordpress, LJ or similar online ID required)
  • posting or commenting on the Shogi London facebook page; or
  • sending an email.

Tuesday, 16 May 2017

UK qualification tournament for 7th International Shogi Forum will be on 03.06.2017


The British Shogi Federation has been asked to provide a representative for the 7th International Shogi Forum to be held in Kitakyushu, Japan, in October 2017. Only British passport holders are eligible to be selected. A qualification tournament will be held on Saturday 3rd June.
The exact format of the tournament depends on the number of entries.
We plan to start at 10 am, so players should aim to arrive a little before this.
 
Entries and any queries should be sent by email to David Faldon.

Thursday, 27 April 2017

April 2017 meeting will be on 29.04.2017


There will be a Saturday meeting of the London Shogi Club on 29.04.2017. There should be someone around from 11.00am until at least 2pm at Caffe Nero, 10 Bedford Street, London WC2E 7HE.

Everyone is very welcome, regardless of strength or experience.

The nearest rail station is Charing Cross. Embankment, Covent Garden and Leicester Square underground stations are close, but it's best to check which lines are running with Transport for London.

  • leaving a comment here (google+, wordpress, LJ or similar online ID required)
  • posting or commenting on the Shogi London facebook page; or
  • sending an email.

Monday, 20 March 2017

March 2017 meeting will be on 25.03.2017

There will be a Saturday meeting of the London Shogi Club on 25.03.2017. There should be someone around from 11.00am until at least 2pm at Caffe Nero, 10 Bedford Street, London WC2E 7HE.

Everyone is very welcome, regardless of strength or experience.

The nearest rail station is Charing Cross. Embankment, Covent Garden and Leicester Square underground stations are close, but it's best to check which lines are running with Transport for London.

  • leaving a comment here (google+, wordpress, LJ or similar online ID required)
  • posting or commenting on the Shogi London facebook page; or
  • sending an email.

Monday, 20 February 2017

February 2017 meeting will be on 25.02.2017


There will be a Saturday meeting of the London Shogi Club on 25.02.2017. There should be someone around from 11.00am until at least 2pm at Caffe Nero, 10 Bedford Street, London WC2E 7HE.

Everyone is very welcome, regardless of strength or experience.

The nearest rail station is Charing Cross. Embankment, Covent Garden and Leicester Square underground stations are close, but it's best to check which lines are running with Transport for London.

  • leaving a comment here (google+, wordpress, LJ or similar online ID required)
  • posting or commenting on the Shogi London facebook page; or
  • sending an email.

Friday, 3 February 2017

Online teaching game with Shogi Professional Makoto Tobe: tomorrow

As prizes for the World Shogi League 2016, professional shogi players from the Nihon Shogi Renmei are giving online teaching games to members of Division winners. The third of these will be where 7 Dan Makoto Tobe plays Andrey Belas of Ukraine in a equal teaching game. Follow at 81dojo.com for an exiting game and instructive post game analysis by a pro! 22.00 Japanese time / which is 13.00 GMT The game will be played and can be followed on 81dojo.com. Please join and experience this great learning opportunity!

Friday, 27 January 2017

Online teaching game with Shogi Professional Akira Nishio: tomorrow


As prizes for the World Shogi League 2016, professional shogi players from the Nihon Shogi Renmei are giving online teaching games to members of Division winners.

The second will be on Saturday 28 January 2017 at 2000 Japan time, which is 1100 GMT.

Akira Nishio 6 dan will play Boris Baydenko (borisbaydenko) of Ukraine in even game(hirate).
The game will be played and can be followed on 81dojo.com.

Translation will be provided for teaching comments made by Mr. Nishio

Please join and experience this great learning opportunity!

Tuesday, 24 January 2017

January 2017 meeting will be on 28.01.2017


There will be a Saturday meeting of the London Shogi Club on 28.01.2017. There should be someone around from 11.00am until at least 2pm at Caffe Nero, 10 Bedford Street, London WC2E 7HE.

Everyone is very welcome, regardless of strength or experience.

The nearest rail station is Charing Cross. Embankment, Covent Garden and Leicester Square underground stations are close, but it's best to check which lines are running with Transport for London.

  • leaving a comment here (google+, wordpress, LJ or similar online ID required)
  • posting or commenting on the Shogi London facebook page; or
  • sending an email.

Friday, 20 January 2017

Online teaching game with Shogi Professional Taichi Nakamura: tomorrow


As prizes for the World Shogi League 2016, professional shogi players from the Nihon Shogi Renmei are giving online teaching games to members of Division winners.

The first will be on Saturday 21 January 2017 at 2000 Japan time, which is 1100 GMT.

Oza challenger Taichi Nakamura will play Dion Paull of Australia in a 2 piece handicap game.

The game will be played and can be followed on 81dojo.com. Translation will be provided for teaching comments made by Mr. Nakamura.

Please join and experience this great learning opportunity!