Friday 31 October 2014

Chinese Ban Officials From Public Mahjong! 

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CHINA - In light of the recent crackdown on public officials accepting bribes in the form of "easy bets" on mahjong, China has taken it's anti-corruption maneuvers one step further and has banned officials from publically playing mahjong.

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German Open for Joel Ratsimandresy

Top-three in HanoverHANOVER - Joel Ratsimandresy from France today has won the Fourth German Open. Runner-up was Otto Myslivec from Austria, third prize for Isabel Jensen from Denmark. Sixty players competed in the two days' event in Hanover.

The Danish players did fairly well in the tournament, with three players (Isabel Jensen, Tina Christensen and Frank Rostved) in the top-ten, albeith none of them made it to the honorary stage.  Two German players played on the highest level: Nadine König and Kilian Stöckemann. Since Nadine was the best German player, she was honoured as the German champion.

The international mahjong world was glad to see Richard Stöckemann back, who was ill for quite some time. His come-back was rather succesful; he almost made it to the top-ten.

The results of the Fourth German Championship 






Rank. First Name Last NameNat.TPMini-pts
1 Joel Ratsimandresy FRA 18 465
2 Otto Myslivec AUT 16 229
3 Isabel Jensen DEN 15 501
4 Christiane D'Angelo FRA 15 392
5 Nadine König GER 14 654
6 Tina Christensen DEN 14 503
7 Frank Rostved DEN 14 326
8 Aleksey Bolshakov RUS 14 308
9 Kilian Stöckemann GER 13 178
10 Robert Rijnders NED 12 518
11 Richard Stöckemann GER 12 425
12 Jeppe Stig Nielsen DEN 12 421
13 Jesper Willemoes Hansen DEN 12 311
14 Silke Bansemer GER 12 270
15 Morten Andersen DEN 12 175
16 Michael Zahradnik GER 11 206
17 Chris Scheffler NED 11 174
18 Emmanuel Tai Leung FRA 11 113
19 Anton Kösters NED 11 24
20 Joe-Calberson Huynh FRA 10 144
21 Martin Faartoft DEN 10 -60
22 Monika Jenjahn GER 10 -63
23 Dagmar Fischer GER 9 109
24 Norbert Luckhardt GER 9 28
25 Paula Pereira Gomes POR 9 20
26 Philipp Rouschal AUT 9 12
27 Kim Iversen DEN 9 -27
28 Erika Gerdes GER 9 -108
29 Nicolas Pochic FRA 9 -139
30 Elke Pünjer GER 8 85
31 Anne Schäfer GER 8 26
32 Uwe Pelzer GER 8 -2
33 Gertjan Davies NED 8 -7
34 Jacob van der Zee GER 8 -460
35 Janco Onnink NED 7 165
36 Doris Sallmutter AUT 7 71
37 Frauke Roos GER 7 -84
38 Alexander Doppelhofer AUT 7 -103
39 Ulla Eickschen GER 7 -110
40 Marianne Strik NED 7 -133
41 Elvira Kraxner AUT 7 -148
42 Els Kuijpers NED 7 -188
43 Friedrich Gerdes GER 7 -257
44 Stefanie Duhme GER 7 -437
45 Conny Scheffler NED 6 -24
46 Shi Hua Chen DEN 6 -142
47 Günter Gintsberger AUT 6 -142
48 Marion Meier GER 6 -195
49 Gabriele Sallmutter AUT 6 -219
50 Jonathan Leong USA 6 -419
51 Dimphy van Grinsven NED 5 -150
52 John Kuijpers NED 5 -256
53 Heike Schäfer GER 5 -273
54 Gerard Strik NED 5 -327
55 Wolfgang Hans Franke GER 4 -300
56 Galina Beliakova GER 4 -588
57 Annabel Di Domenico FRA 3 -255
58 Norbert Tschinkel AUT 2 -346
59 Hana Mucha-Pelzer GER 2 -372
60 Uwe Pekau GER 2 -522
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1Wednesday, 23 September 2009 19:19
Mark Chizhenok
My special congratulations to Aleksey Bolshakov (RUS) who reached 8th place in his first EMA tournament abroad!
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