‘Korea Nongshim Cup World Baduk 3 consecutive victories, depends on Shin Jin-seo 9th Dan’ Gu Zi-hao and the championship final

As Byeon Sang-il, 9th dan, lost a come-from-behind match against China’s Gu Zhao 9th, due to a moment’s carelessness, the supremacy of the World Baduk Championship at the Nongshim Shin Ramyun Cup was decided by the final match between Shin Jin-seo, 9th dan, and Gu Zhao, 9th dan, China.

In the 3rd round of the 24th Nongshim Shin Ramen Cup World Baduk Championship held online on the 23rd at Korea Kiwon and Beijing China Kiwon, Korea, Byeon Sang-il, 9th Dan, defeated China’s last runner, Gu Zihao, 9th Dan, in 230 moves. suffered

As a result, South Korea lost consecutively to Gu Zhao from Park Jeong-hwan to 9-dan Byeon Sang-il the previous day, so Jin-seo Shin, 9-dan, the안전놀이터 ‘last bastion’, will scramble for the championship cup.

On this day, Byeon Sang-il, 9-dan, missed an opportunity to win easily due to a moment of carelessness.

Byeon Sang-il, who caught black, made an advantageous situation by attacking white who jumped into the right side at the beginning of the match, but it became a problem that he pushed the opponent too much with an impatient mind to decide the game early.

Byeon Sang-il set up a siege to catch Uhagwi Baek, but was counterattacked and caught Heukdol, a hemp.

Byeon Sang-il, who was reversed in an instant, pursued fiercely on the left and upper sides, but when he could not turn the tide, he threw a stone in 230 moves and suffered his first defeat after three consecutive wins against Gu Zi-hao. In particular, in Nongshim Cup, they are showing a sluggish appearance with three overall losses.

In the end, Korea sortied to No. 1 Shin Jin-seo, 9th Dan, and Gu Zhao and Nongshim Cup were overshadowed for supremacy.

Shin Jin-seo, who has been holding the top spot in the Korean rankings for 38 months, led Korea’s come-from-behind victory with 5 consecutive victories by Pajuk in the 22nd competition, and recorded 4 consecutive victories at the end in the 23rd competition, leading Korea to 2 consecutive victories.

He has won 9 consecutive victories in the Nongshim Cup, playing the role of Korea’s gatekeeper. The match against Gu Zhao, who is ranked 6th in China, is 5 wins and 4 losses.

In the ‘Go Three Kingdoms’ Nongshim Cup, in which 5 players each from Korea, China and Japan compete to determine the winner, Korea has won the most with 14 times out of the previous 23 competitions, while China has won 8 times and Japan has won once.

The prize money for the Nongshim Shin Ramen Cup sponsored by Nongshim and hosted by Korea Kiwon is 500 million won, and if you win 3 consecutive times in the finals, you will receive a prize of 10 million won (10 million won added for each additional win after 3 consecutive wins). payment) is paid. The time limit is given to each countdown once per hour and once per minute.

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