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The preliminary rounds in the Sendai Tournament came to a close on March 9th, 2014. The top two players who were able to get into the finals of the game tournament have not entered an official Pokémon tournament along with the many other players at Sendai.
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The preliminary rounds of the Battle to be the Ryu-oh Tournament to a close on March 9th, 2014. The top two players who were able to get into the finals of the game tournament have not entered an official Pokémon tournament along with many of the other players at Sendai.
   
In the Shogi corner, Kanna Suzuki, a {{wp|Go ranks and ratings|intermediate player}}, attended another tournament before known as the Sapporo tournament. Shima, who was the first Ryu-oh, arrived quickly to put on an appearance to get everyone hyped up.
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The Shogi corner at Sendai was hosted by Kanna Suzuki, women's 2-dan, who also attended the Sapporo qualifier. Shima, who was the first Ryu-oh, arrived quickly to put on an appearance to get everyone hyped up.
   
 
Congratulations to these four players who were able to get to the top:
 
Congratulations to these four players who were able to get to the top:

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The players in the tournament

The preliminary rounds of the Battle to be the Ryu-oh Tournament to a close on March 9th, 2014. The top two players who were able to get into the finals of the game tournament have not entered an official Pokémon tournament along with many of the other players at Sendai.

The Shogi corner at Sendai was hosted by Kanna Suzuki, women's 2-dan, who also attended the Sapporo qualifier. Shima, who was the first Ryu-oh, arrived quickly to put on an appearance to get everyone hyped up.

Congratulations to these four players who were able to get to the top:

  • Shuuhei Satou (first place in the games area)
  • Daiki Igarashi (second place in the games area)
  • Manato Kakizaki (first place in the TCG area)
  • Tomoya Honda (second place in the TCG area)

The top two players get to progress to the finals held on March 22, 2014.


Thanks to Bluesun for translating the page