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Tonight, the last encounter in the 4 Cubes 2015 tournament takes place, Gent vs Brugge. If Brugge wins, then it will have won all encounters and it will become “Belgium’s Best Backgammon Club 2015”. If Gent wins, then there will … Continue reading
Hi all, The 9th Gent Open took place on Saturday, April 5, 2014. Congratulations to the winners Luc (masters), Pierre (intermediate) and Sofie (beginners). See you all at the 10th edition next year! Kind regards, Bert Ranking after round 7 … Continue reading
Hi All, Thank you all for participating in the 8th Gent Open (March 22, 2013). Congratulations to the 5 winners and to Sassan in particular for snatching the trophy. The match results are all added to Bigelo. Complete results of … Continue reading
Friday, September 21, 2012 café Cambrinus Dorpstraat 25, 3500 Hasselt
On Tuesday, June 26, Gent received Brugge for the 3rd round of the 4 Cubes 2012. Location: Koninklijke Academie Union-Sandeman, Kantienberg 5, 3000 Gent.
Koninklijke Academie Union Sandeman, Gent, Friday, May 11, 2012
Report by tournament director Bert Van Kerckhove. In total 17 players showed up for the 7th edition of the Gent Open Backgammon tournament. The tournament format was 7 rounds Swiss, matches to 7 points, with clock (Bronstein, 12 minutes per … Continue reading