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Full name  Masaki Ogata
Rank  9 dan
Affiliation  Nihon Ki-in
Chinese  Xiao Xian Zhen Shu
Teacher  Masamitsu Tsuchida

Kana  オガタマサキ
Kanji  小県 真樹
Name  Masaki Ogata
Turned pro  1980
Masaki Ogata Interview Masaki Ogata UITP
Born  September 7, 1964 (age 51) Gifu Prefecture, Japan (1964-09-07)

Residence  Aichi Prefecture, Japan

Masaki Ogata - UITP President - on "Lead the TRANSItion"


Masaki Ogata (小県 真樹, born 1964) is a professional 9 dan Japanese Go player. He became an insei at the Nihon Ki-in in 1976 under Tsuchida Masamitsu, and turned professional in 1980. Ogata won the Kido magazine Shinjin (English: "New player") award with 38 wins and 8 losses in 1983, and the Kido award for most wins in 1988 with a record of 39 wins, 1 draw and 13 losses. He is currently affiliated with the Nagoya branch of the Nihon Ki-in.

Masaki Ogata Masaki Ogata takes over from Peter Hendy as UITP President UITP

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Masaki Ogata Wikipedia


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