Partouche Gammon Tour
5th Riviera & Nations Cup
PALM BEACH CASINO
July 17-22, 2007 - Cannes, France.
- Tuesday, July 24, 2007
- Sunday, July 22, 2007
- Friday, July 20, 2007 ARTICLE 2
- Friday, July 20, 2007 ARTICLE 1
- Wednesday, July 18, 2007
- Nations Cup - Brackets, Ladder and Results
- PGT 5th Riviera Cup - Main Bracket
- PGT 5th Riviera Cup - Consolation Bracket
- Cannes Doubles Consultation - Doubles Event
All these matches have now been re-uploaded using a previous version of Snowie that displays the analysis better.
- Denmark versus Georgia - 2007 Nations Cup Title
- France versus Turkey - Final For Third/Fourth Place
- France versus Turkey - Final Group D - Doubles
- France versus Japan - Doubles: France versus Japan
- France versus Greece - Singles: Tardieu vs Kolonias
- Greece vs. Russia - Doubles: Greece vs. Russia
- Greece vs. France - Doubles: Greece vs. France
- Pictorial 8: World Series of Backgammon
- Pictorial 7: Riviera & Nations Cup 2
- Pictorial 6: Riviera & Nations Cup 1
- Pictorial 5: Riviera Cup 3
- Pictorial 4: Riviera Cup 2
- Pictorial 3: Riviera Cup 1
- Pictorial 2: Nations Cup 2
- Pictorial 1: Nations Cup 1
- NATIONS CUP FINAL MOMENTS
The exact payout list for the Main PGT Championship is on this image.
The final four teams in the Nations Cup will be paid; for first place €7,800 while €3,600 goes to second place, €2,000 to third and €1,000 to fourth.
2007 PARTOUCHE GAMMON TOUR
The 5th RIVIERA & NATIONS CUP
INTERNATIONAL BACKGAMMON FESTIVAL
July 17-22, 2007; Cannes, France.
NATIONS CUP (16 teams): 1-DENMARK: Morten Holm & Sander Lylloff, 2-Georgia: Badri Cercvadze / Akaki Kikaleichvili / Kaha Nachkebia, 3-France, 4-Turkey.
PARTOUCHE GAMMON TOUR OPEN (117+11): 1-Sander Lylloff (Denmark), 2-Götz Hildsberg (Germany), 3/4-Thomas Kokholm (Denmark) / Volker Sonnabend (Germany); 1C-Artur Muradian (Armenia), 2C-Tassilo Rzymann (Austria), 3C/4C-Alexandros Kolonias (Greece) / Avetis Rostomian (Armenia); 1LC-Jakob Garal (Germany), 2LC-Jonas Mochidel (Denmark).
CANNES DOUBLES CONSULTATION (32 teams): 1-Michihito Kageyama & Toyotaka Nakamura (Japan), 2-Claudio Cantoni & Fausto Pescini (Italy), 3/4-Andy Bell (England) & Hanna Nilsson (Norway) / Martin Foldager & Pia Jeppesen (Denmark).
500-euro SUPER JACKPOT (16): 1/2-Leonid Riskin (Ukraine/Germany) / David Todd (USA).
LADIES TOURNAMENT (24): 1-Rachel Rhodes (England), 2-Cécile Wolf (France).
FAIR PLAY TROPHY: Perry Gartner (USA).