Backgammon World Championship
The 39th World Championship will be held from Tuesday, August 5th thru Sunday, August 10th at the Fairmont Hotel in Monte Carlo, Monaco & will run under a new double-elimination format!
Let us know you will be attending! Please complete our online tournament Entry Form.
The Monte Carlo Open will run from Sunday, August 3rd to Monday, August 4th. Book your hotel reservations soon!

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Vyacheslav PryadkinVyacheslav Pryadkin

World Champion 2013
Vyacheslav Pryadkin (Ukraine)

Vyacheslav "Slava" Pryadkin won an incredible backgammoned 4-cube to win the 25-point final of the 38th Backgammon World Championship, defeating Lars Trabolt of Denmark.

Nevzat DoganNevzat Dogan

World Champion 2012
Nevzat Dogan (Denmark)

Nevzat Dogan made a strong come back to win the 25-point final of the 37th Backgammon World Championship 25 to 21, defeating Michihito Kageyama of Japan.

Takumitsu SuzukiTakumitsu Suzuki

World Champion 2011
Takumitsu Suzuki (Japan)

After defeating Fabio Gullotta of Italy 25 to 6 in the 25-point final of the 36th Backgammon World Championship, Takumitsu Suzuki of Japan becomes the 2011 World Champion.

Organizers, Directors, & Staff

Steen Grønbech

Co-Director World Championship

 

Scarlett Serrero

Executive Assistant

 

Allan Christensen

Executive Assistant

James Ballié

Co-Director All Events

 

Michael Larsen

Executive Assistant

 

Mads Peter Andersen

Executive Assistant

Patti Donner-Rubin

Principal Organizer

 

Julie Thabault

Executive Assistant



World Champion 2013 Vyacheslav Pryadkin (Ukraine)
World Champion 2012 Nevzat Dogan (Denmark)
World Champion 2011 Takumitsu Suzuki (Japan)
World Champion 2010 Lars "Buster" Bentzon (Denmark)
World Champion 2009 Masayuki "Mochy" Mochizuki (Japan)
World Champion 2008 Lars Trabolt (Denmark)
World Champion 2007 Jorge Pan (Argentina)
World Champion 2006 Philip Vischjager (Netherlands)
World Champion 2005 Dennis Carlston (USA)
World Champion 2004 Peter Hallberg (Denmark)
World Champion 2003 Jon Røyset (Norway)
World Champion 2002 Mads Andersen (Denmark)
World Champion 2001 Jörgen Granstedt (Sweden)
World Champion 2000 Katie Scalamandre (USA)
World Champion 1999 Jörgen Granstedt (Sweden)
World Champion 1998 Michael Meyburg (Germany)
World Champion 1997 Jerry Grandell (Sweden)
World Champion 1996 David Nahmad (Italy)
World Champion 1995 David Ben Zion (Israel)
World Champion 1994 Frank Frigo (USA)
World Champion 1993 Peter Jes Thomsen (Denmark)
World Champion 1992 Ion Ressu (Switzerland)
World Champion 1991 Michael Meyburg (Germany)
World Champion 1990 Hal Heinrich (Canada)
World Champion 1989 Joseph Russell (USA)
World Champion 1988 Phillip Marmorstein (Germany)
World Champion 1987 William Robertie (USA)
World Champion 1986 Clement Palacci (Italy)
World Champion 1985 Charles-Henri Sabet (Switzerland)
World Champion 1984 Michael Svobodny (USA)
World Champion 1983 William Robertie (USA)
World Champion 1982 Jacques Michel (Switzerland)
World Champion 1981 Lee Genud (USA)
World Champion 1980 Walter Coratella (Mexico)
World Champion 1979 Luigi Villa (Italy)
World Champion 1978 Richard de Surmont (France)
World Champion 1977 Jean Noel Grinda (France)
World Champion 1976 Joe Dwek (UK)