Shin Jin-seo 28 consecutive victories in the quarterfinals of the 1st Nanga Cup World Baduk Open Tournament
, the most consecutive victories and a tie for an individual (Hangame Baduk = Reporter Han Chang-gyu) 10 years. Shin Jin-seo, 9th Dan, who seemed unlikely to lose, came back to life from the brink of defeat. On the afternoon of the 8th, in the quarterfinals of the 1st Nanga Cup World Go Open held in Quzhou, Zhejiang Province, China, Shin Jin-seo, 9th dan, won a remarkable victory over the same age, Li Wei-qing, 9th dan.
At an early point, the situation was twisted. Shin Jin-seo There were many moves that were safe and passable that were considered too unexpected to be called baduk. Such a flow made the steps twisted while the numbers that seemed to have changed the original plan were twisted in the downside encounter.
On the other hand, Li Wei-qing, 9th Dan, created a situation he liked with solid paving stones (Sin Jin-seo, 9th Dan, said that Li Wei-qing, 9th Dan’s paving stones were strong).
Shin Jin-seo’s 9th-level early win came out to change the flow before the board narrowed further. Commentator Park Jeong-sang of Go TV called “an empty triangle that has never been heard of.” Rather than letting it be because it was an integer, I strongly walked the game with multiple jin.
As he fell into trouble prematurely, he became desperate. But the bitter struggle continued. Flashing in the east and in the west, seeking change, persevering desperately, seeking opportunities.
4 hours and 30 minutes after starting the game, the first turnaround was achieved in the 193rd move. In the phase where Shin Jin-seo’s 9th-dan defeat was deepening, Li Wei-qing’s 9th-dan, which was driven to the countdown, was greatly shaken. He was suddenly at a loss.
It was fierce even in the finale. After going through heartbreaking scenes where reversals and reversals intersect, Shin Jinseo, 9th dan, actually left 1 and a half after 302 moves (Li Wei-qing did not bother counting all of them). Their opponent record is 4 wins and 1 loss. Shin Jin-seo, who currently holds eight titles in domestic and international competitions, has won four major world championships. Li Wei-qing’s first major semifinal, 9-dan, failed.
Jinseo Shin’s record this year was 46 wins and 3 losses, and the win rate rose to 93.88%. This is well above the 88.37% annual win rate record he set in 2020. Also, the number of consecutive wins that began on February 26 has increased to 28. This is his longest winning streak and tied record, which he set in 2020.
Gun-ho Park, 7th Dan, advanced to his first major semifinal. Wang Sing-hao hit 8th dan and led most of the time. In 2018, it was the 2nd win in the opponent’s record following the unsuccessful victory in the rookie strongest match in 2018. In their country’s ranking, Park Kun-ho was 11th and Wang Xing-hao was 18th.
7th dan Park Kun-ho, who went to China after suffering four consecutive losses in Korea, said, “When I played with Chinese players, I thought I was no stronger than the domestic players I lost recently. I pushed forward with confidence, so good results came out.”
Wang Xinghao was the winner of the Glovis Cup last year, an under-20 competition, and is the next-generation jockey in the Chinese Go world who holds the rookie title. This Nanga Bae is the first time that a major world tournament has been held.토토사이트
Ahn Seong-Jun, 9P, ranked 7th, was pushed back in the middle of the match after being hit by Gu Zhao, 9P. Following the 2015 Mongbaek Semifinals, another major semifinal was canceled. In the quarterfinals between Chinese players, Tan Xiao 9-dan defeated Lian Xiao 9-dan.
The semi-finals, in which 2 out of 8 players from Korea and 2 out of 15 players from China, who advanced to the main round, survived, will be held on the 9th in a single game. The match starts at 1:30 pm Korean time.
In accordance with the rules to avoid head-to-head matches between knights of their own country, the pairings decided again by lottery were Shin Jin-seo-Tan Xiao and Park Gun-ho-Gu Zi-hao. Both rounds will be played as the first match. The time limit is 2 hours, and the countdown is 1 minute 5 times.
The total prize money of the 1st Nanga Cup was 4.08 million yuan (approximately 780 million won). In detail, the winner 1.8 million yuan (approximately 350 million won), runner-up 600,000 yuan (approximately 120 million won), quarterfinalist 200,000 yuan, quarterfinal loser 100,000 yuan, 16th round loser 50,000 yuan, round of 32 The loser is 30,000 yuan. The finals, which will be held in the third round, will continue on June 14, 16, and 17.