From thursday 30-1-2008 until sunday 3-2-2008 will broadcast live from Toyota Denso European Go Oza at the European Go Culture Centre in Amstelveen, The Netherlands, where the top 50 European Go players will compete for the title.

Thursday 31st of January  
12.00 ~ 12.30	Registration 
13.00 ~ 13.30	Opening ceremony 
13.30 ~		FIRST Round 
17.00 ~ 18:00	Dinner 
19.00 ~		SECOND Round 

Friday 1st of February  
10.00 ~		THIRD round 
13.00 ~ 14.00	Lunch 
14.00 ~ 	FOURTH Round

  Saturday 2nd of February  
09.30 ~ 10.30	Registration Oza Family Event 
11.00 ~		Play-off with 4-10 players 
11.00 ~		First Round Family Event 
15.00 ~ 	QUARTER FINAL KO (3 * 8) 
19.00 ~		Prizegiving Family event

  Sunday 3rd of February  
10.00 ~		SEMI-FINAL Oza Championship 
10.00 ~		Start Knock-out Finals Oza Family Event (sixteen players) 
10.00 ~ 10.45	Registration Oza Pair Go 
11.00 ~		First Round Oza Pair Go 
13.00 ~ 13.45	Registration Oza Children’s Event 
14.00 ~		Start Oza Children’s Event 
14.00 ~ 	FINAL of the Oza Championship 
14.15 ~		Start Game comments 
18.00 ~		PRIZEGIVING Championship and Family event

The top 4 games will be shown through live tv feed on and will be transcribed to KGS AND IGS!

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