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Thomas Riedel Wins New York Riichi Open
« on: October 08, 2015, 01:30:08 pm »

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NEW YORK 26 September 2015 - Thomas Riedel wins the 2015 New York Riichi Open, taking 1st in the final tables, followed by Hiroshi Yamai in 2nd, Shigekazu Moriyama in 3rd, and Ty Kennedy in 4th.

New York Riichi Mahjong Open 2015 - Top Eight FINAL

RankNameNtlPoints
1 Thomas Riedel United States 110.4
2 Hiroshi Yamai Japan 74.35
3 Shigekazu Moriyama Japan 63.45
4 Ty Kennedy United States 54.55
5 Yefeng Wang United States 60.95
6 Shane Zamora United States 16.25
7 Lucanus Morgan United States 13.35
8 Gemma Collinge United Kingdom -17.15

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New York Riichi Mahjong Open 2015 - Consolation Ranks: FINAL

RankNamePoints
9 Wei Bin Wang 50.75
10 Ryan Chou 43.9
11 George Liu-Krason 29.5
12 Julien Kilian 28.75
13 Michael McLeod 24.65
14 Kenji 19.55
15 Caleb Veenstra 15.95
16 Philip Abdollahi 8.4
17 Mike Tackett 4.55
18 Daniel Moreno 4.35
19 Estey Gerstner 1.9
20 Anthony Rodriguez 0.15
21 Senechal Duhaut -1.15
22 Weijie Tang -1.45
23 Ryan Adams -10.25
24 Aldwin Gordula -10.65
25 Paul Wheeler -12.35
26 Michael Zahradnik -13.45
27 Steven Smith -18.2
28 Gregory Szpura -18.35
29 Zixuan Jiang -21.7
30 Byron Kazek -21.7
31 David Clarke -27.65
32 Lars Therkelsen -27.65
33 Edwin Dizon -36.4
34 Dennis Tung -52.4
35 Gregory Chin -53.35
36 Scott Miller -54.55
37 Joseph Reidy -59.8
38 Andrew Feist -68
39 Justin Dilgard -100.05
40 Lauren Wheeler -134.35

First Day Report:

The first day is in the books, and in a surprising upset (tongue in cheek), the top three were occupied by the three professional players from Japan, world riichi champion Hiroshi Yamai in top spot with 119.5, president of the Japanese Professional Mahjong League Mr. Shigekazu Moriyama a hair's breadth behind at #2 with 119.2, and Gemma Sakamoto in at 3rd 109.8.

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