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Takuji Kashiwabara, othello globe-trotter and French resident, who founded an Othello Club in Grenoble with Marie-Christine Torri, Jean Souchet and Stéphane Michel.
He has won the European Grand Prix series four times (2001, 2002, 2003, and 2006).
Winner of 15 EGP tournaments in 8 different countries.
Winner Grand Prix de France 2000, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2008. Winner Italian Grand Prix 2005. Winner Paris Open 2010. WOC participations;
1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010.
EGP series results:
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==Records== * Most Copenhagen European Grand Prix victories (6). * Most European Grand Prix points scored (6782). * Most European Grand Prix points scored for France (6825). * Current longest streak of scoring European Grand Prix points (13 years). * European Grand Prix tournament wins in different countries (8). * Most finals played in European Grand Prix tournaments (30). * Most times top 3 in European Grand Prix tournaments (39). * Most times top 3 in European Grand Prix series (11). * Longest streak of Grand Prix de France victories (3). Start.no 3002 9708 2010-08-31T16:03:03Z KoiNonne 79991 start.no is a Norwegian online gaming place. It runs on the strong PlayOk engine, developed by Marek Futrega. Direct link: http://spill.start.no/ PlayOk 3003 9709 2010-08-31T16:09:18Z KoiNonne 79991 PlayOk was formerly known as Kurnik. The name and URL (www.playok.com) changed on April, the 5th of 2008. Playok is a Polish online gaming place available at http://www.playok.com, but is also translated in 36 languages. Features include a full 6-month game archive, automated tournaments (including private ones), extensive stats on opponents. The Norwegian playsite Start was also running on the PlayOk engine. Kurnik was developed and runned by Marek Futrega. Direct link to the English version: http://www.playok.com/intl/en/reversi/ Marek Futrega 3005 9710 2010-08-31T16:21:01Z KoiNonne 79991 Marek Futrega is the creator of the Polish reversi playsite PlayOk. On April, the 5th of 2008, Kurnik has changed name to become PlayOk. Website:
http://www.garnek.pl/marekf
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