5th Kisei


5th Kisei

The 5th Kisei was a Go competition, the 5th edition of the Kisei tournament. Since Fujisawa Hideyuki won the previous year, he is given an automatic place in the final. Eight players battled in a knockout tournament to decide the final 2. Those two would then play each other in a best-of-3 match to decide who would face Fujisawa. Otake Hideo became the challenger after beating Cho Chikun 2 games to 1, but would lose 4 games to 0 against Fujisawa.

Main tournament

Round8
|Toshio Sekiyama "9 dan"|0|Cho Chikun "8 dan"|1
|Masaki Takemiya "Honinbo"|0|Eio Sakata "9 dan"|1
|Rin Kaiho "9 dan"|1|Masao Kato "Tengen"|0
|Shoji Hashimoto "9 dan"|0|Hideo Otake "Meijin"|1
|Cho Chikun "8 dan"|1|Eio Sakata "9 dan"|0
|Rin Kaiho "9 dan"|0|Hideo Otake "Meijin"|1
|Cho Chikun "8 dan"|1|Hideo Otake "Meijin"|2

Challenger finals

Finals

Kisei
preceded=4th Kisei
succeeded=6th Kisei


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