Winners in Paris, from left: Nicolas Campina, Anthony Ea, Olivier Cao.

PARIS, France - Anthony Ea is the winner of the Paris Riichi Open, a.k.a. the French Riichi Championship. Runner-up was Olivier Cao, third prize went to Nicolas Campina - all from France.

Oliwia Wolska
Oliwia Wolska with Marek Wakuluk.

WARSAW, Poland - Polish player Oliwia Wolska is the winner of the two-days Kuni Taikai 2016, concluded today in Warsaw. 

Top-three of the Edewecht Riichi Tournament, in the middle Simon Naarmann.

EDEWECHT, Germany - German player Simon Naarmann has won the Edewecht Combi Riichi Tournament. Ad van der Linden from the Netherlands ended in second position, just before Stephanie Duhme, also from Germany.

The Dutch Riichi Open 2016 in action.

OSS, the Netherlands - Organizer John Kuijpers today has won his own Dutch Riichi Open Championship. After nine thrilling hanchan, he succeeded in beating Gemma Sakamoto (Great-Britain) who was close behind him during the whole tournament, but eventually ended on position number four. In the last hanchan, she was even passed by two other Dutch competitors: Joop Krijgsman and Ad van der Linden.

Zoltan Dinyesi celebrates his first prize.

VIENNA, Austria - Zoltan Dinyesi is the winner of the Vienna Riichi Tournament, concluded today in the Austrian capital of Vienna.