Jinseo Shin (23), 9th Dan, the world’s strongest Go player, challenges to win the 5th major world championship in his personal career.
Shin Jin-seo succeeded in advancing to the final by winning the black Buddha victory in 203 moves against China’s Tan Shao 9-dan in the quarterfinals of the 1st Quzhou Lanke Cup World Go Open held in Quzhou, Zhejiang Province, China on the 9th.
Shin Jin-seo, who achieved 700 personal wins with the victory on this day, recently set a new record for the most consecutive wins by running 29 consecutive wins.
Shin Jin-seo, who had been black for four consecutive rounds since the round of 32, was ahead of Tan Sao from the beginning.
Shin Jin-seo, who entered the middle and established a clear advantage, won a complete victory without giving any room for pursuit.토토사이트
After the match, Shin Jin-seo said, “Today worked out well in the beginning, so it was okay overall.”
Gun-ho Park, 9th Dan, who also competed in the semifinals that day, was defeated by China’s Gu Zhihao, 9th Dan, in 271 moves.
Park Geon-ho was slightly ahead until the end, but he made a mistake in the finishing stage and unfortunately lost.
Accordingly, Shin Jin-seo and Gu Zi-hao will face each other in the third round of the Ranker Cup final, which will be held from June 14 to 17.
In terms of overall opponents, Shin Jin-seo is ahead with 6 wins and 4 losses, including the recent 3 wins in a row.
The prize money for the Ranker Cup winner is 1.8 million yuan (approximately 345 million won), and the runner-up prize is 600,000 yuan (approximately 115 million won).
Applying Chinese Go rules, the bonus is 7 and a half, and the time limit is 5 countdowns of 1 minute in 2 hours each.