Morioka City Mens Memorial Cup -- Round-Robin

Jun 15 - 16, 2019
Pool A
Tsuyoshi Yamaguchi
Karuizawa, JPN
1.000  2-0  0-1  1-0  0-0  0-0 
Suguru Tsukamoto
Kanagawa, JPN
0.667  1-1  0-1  0-0  0-0  0-0 
Kagetora Kawahira
Karuizawa, JPN
0.500  2-0  1-0  0-0  0-0  0-0 
Nobukazu Komoribayashi
Morioka, JPN
0.000  0-0  0-3  0-1  0-0  0-0 
Pool B
Ryo Ogihara
Karuizawa, JPN
1.000  0-0  3-0  0-0  0-0  0-0 
Naomasa Takeda
Sapporo, JPN
0.667  0-1  2-0  1-0  0-0  0-0 
Tomoji Arai
Tokyo, JPN
0.333  0-2  1-0  1-0  0-0  0-0 
Kyosuke Sawaguchi
Morioka, JPN
0.000  0-3  0-0  0-2  0-0  0-0 

GP = Games Played, W = Wins; L = Losses; PCT = Winning Percentage; HMR = Record with hammer to start game; STL = Record without hammer to start game; 1-PT = Record in games decided by 1 point; EE-H = Extra end record with hammer; EE-S = Extra end record without hammer.

Fri, Jun 14, 19 05:25 PM
Sheet Team Team Score    End
A Tsuyoshi Yamaguchi Nobukazu Komoribayashi 6-5    Final (7)
B Kagetora Kawahira Suguru Tsukamoto 3-6    Final (7)
Fri, Jun 14, 19 07:55 PM
Sheet Team Team Score    End
A Ryo Ogihara Naomasa Takeda 7-5    Final (7)
B Kyosuke Sawaguchi Tomoji Arai 7-8    Final (8)
Fri, Jun 14, 19 11:01 PM
Sheet Team Team Score    End
A Suguru Tsukamoto Nobukazu Komoribayashi 7-2    Final (7)
B Kagetora Kawahira Tsuyoshi Yamaguchi 6-6    Final (7)
Sat, Jun 15, 19 01:40 AM
Sheet Team Team Score    End
A Tomoji Arai Naomasa Takeda 3-6    Final (7)
B Kyosuke Sawaguchi Ryo Ogihara 2-8    Final (7)
Sat, Jun 15, 19 05:15 PM
Sheet Team Team Score    End
A Nobukazu Komoribayashi Kagetora Kawahira 4-7    Final (8)
B Naomasa Takeda Kyosuke Sawaguchi 5-4    Final (8)
Sat, Jun 15, 19 07:45 PM
Sheet Team Team Score    End
A Ryo Ogihara Tomoji Arai 6-2    Final (7)
B Tsuyoshi Yamaguchi Suguru Tsukamoto 11-2    Final (6)

In the event of a discrepancy the draw posted at the Event is the Official Draw.
 
 

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