Group photo at Moscow Riichi Open 2017 (RERS 1).

MOSCOW, Russia - Georgy Pavlov from Moscow out-performed sixty-three other players from ten cities of Russia, Japan and Uzbekistan. Within the last two years Georgy also won the third official RERS tournament in Russia: Ivanovo 2016, Saint Petersburg 2016 and Moscow 2017. Runner-up is Andrei Maximov from Saint Petersburg, 3rd place is taken by Dmitriy Mishakov from Moscow.

The event was held at Teahouse DAO, the place where several official and club mahjong tournaments in three different rulesets took place in Moscow for the last 12 months. In two weeks time teahouse will host MCR Moscow Open 2017 and WMSG selection trial on SBR. There was plenty of space to host 16 tables of riichi players who competed for prizes in 10 (!) hanchan event.

‘Pantheon’ system

The tournament was held using the ‘Panteon’ system. The only need for players was to log into the system. All scores were be placed into the system by ANY player at the current table. No paper, no tenbos, any scores are live! One may see even current overall standings while playing own deal. Any possible hand statistics is available. The Pantheon system very soon will be tested at two 100-player RERS 2 tournaments, in Perm and Saint Petersburg.

Here is a link (Russian interface so far): https://gui.mjtop.net/eid50/stat. To see other tournaments results one needs to change digits in the link address.

Final Results of Moscow Riichi Open 2017 (Riichi, RERS 1), Moscow

Place First N. Last N. Nat Points
1 Georgy Pavlov RUS 196 800
2 Andrei Maximov RUS 153 200
3 Dmitriy Mishakov RUS 150 100
4 Viktor Gladkov RUS 147 000
5 Arslan Mandjiev RUS 134 500
6 Alexey Leontiev RUS 133 600
7 Nikita Kotlov RUS 83 300
8 Vladimir Korobeynikov RUS 79 900
9 Alexander Shirshov RUS 79 400
10 Renat Kurmaev RUS 75 200
11 Vladislav Mamin RUS 71 000
12 Vladislav Plyasunov RUS 65 500
13 Evgeniy Kim UZB 53 800
14 Sergey Aleshin RUS 49 500
15 Anton Cherepanov RUS 47 300
16 Vadim Chechin RUS 44 300
17 Elena Chadova RUS 44 200
18 Dmitry Sirotkin RUS 41 500
19 Anna Kuntsova RUS 40 600
20 Dmitry Bogachkov RUS 38 500
21 Ramil Usmanov RUS 38 300
22 Ksenia Saksonova RUS 37 100
23 Oleg Erentsov RUS 35 200
24 Ilya Monakov RUS 23 700
25 Pavel Kartashiov RUS 20 400
26 Leon Nikolaev RUS 13 800
27 Nikita Grishaev RUS 13 100
28 Andrey Elshankin RUS 11 900
29 Ivan Martynov RUS 11 400
30 Yuriy Muhachev RUS 10 100
31 Sergey Hudyakov RUS 4 300
32 Lubov Vollert RUS -6 300
33 Viktor Kozlov RUS -8 000
34 Daria Ilina RUS -9 000
35 Mikhail Lugovkin RUS -13 200
36 Liudmila Gaynulina RUS -20 800
37 Nikita Perov RUS -21 100
38 Dmitriy Volodin RUS -25 200
39 Mikhail Afonin RUS -28 800
40 Alexandr Suvorov RUS -30 400
41 Fedor Galkin RUS -34 200
42 Vladimir Nadanian RUS -35 600
43 Pavel Bogachev RUS -40 800
44 Sergey Vasiliev RUS -44 000
45 Hide Masui JPN -51 600
46 Natalia Golikova RUS -53 900
47 Dmitrii Zaychikov RUS -55 600
48 Nikita Tkachenko RUS -56 900
49 Anna Dashkova RUS -57 400
50 Anna Shpilman RUS -58 100
51 Anastasiya Chernykh RUS -68 600
52 Ilya Kvasha RUS -77 200
53 Valentina Sviridova RUS -84 200
54 Alexandr Zvezdov RUS -94 600
55 Olga Proskuriakova RUS -95 200
56 Stepan Podmogilniy RUS -102 600
57 Vladimir Bogdanov RUS -112 700
58 Andrey Ermakov RUS -118 500
59 Andrey Shifrin RUS -122 500
60 Rodion Usmanov RUS -131 300
61 Sergey Petruschenko RUS -136 300
62 Viktor Smolentsev RUS -167 800
63 Replacement Player --- -300 000
64 Replacement Player --- -320 000

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  • I am very curious to read a lot more about the Pantheon system. Great idea for EMA, too

  • Guest - Gestas

    And I am very curious about when Pavel Anokhin will judge tournaments without making about 5 mistakes per day. He supposed to be an EMA-verified judge you know. From what I see over lasr two years - it's either EMA overlooked something (like he doesn't know riichi rulesAT ALL), or EMA itself good enough to judge only fierce mahjong battles between dutch grannies.
    ps
    but yea, Pantheon as awesome

  • Guest - Nicole Haasbroek

    Those are serious accusations you're voicing in public domain, "Gestas". Where's your prove to back those up? And dragging both EMA and those lovely mahjong playing grannies into the conversation... really?!

  • Guest - Guest

    You can find out more about Pantheon here https://github.com/MahjongPantheon/pantheon

  • Guest - Gestas

    Nicole, I have nothing against lovely grannies, they were dragged into previous post just to make it less toxic.
    But Pavel's skill as referee as a problem. I have witnessed his mistakes and I heard a lot about it from other experienced rcr-players. Of course, to make proofs someone had to record a video BEFORE he would do one ofhis mistakes which is, obviously, almost impossible to predict cause Pavel has about 50/50 wrong/right rate.

  • Guest - Sam

    @Gestas: You could write about some of his mistakes?

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