The world’s strongest player shaking? Shin Jin-seo, 29 consecutive wins stopped and 2 consecutive losses…

Shin Jin-seo (23), 9-dan, the world’s strongest pro player, suffered two consecutive losses for the first time this year after his 29-game winning streak was interrupted by an unexpected defeat on the 12th.

Shin Jin-seo lost to Kang Dong-yoon (34), 9th Dan in 219 moves in the 6th round of the 2023 YK Gungi Cup finals held at the Korea Kiwon Baduk TV Studio in Majang-ro, Seongdong-gu on the 16th.

Shin Jin-seo, who lost uncontestedly to Baek Hong-seok (36), 9th Dan in 187 moves in the round of 16 of the 28th GS Caltex Cup held on the 12th, suffered two consecutive losses for the first time this year.

Due to the loss in the round of 16 at the GS Caltex Cup, Shin Jin-seo was eliminated in the middle, putting a brake on her recent 29 consecutive wins.

It is the first time Shin Jin-seo has lost in a row since October last year when she lost to Shin Min-jun, 9th Dan, in the finals 1 and 2 of the SG Cup Myeongin Match.

It has been 2 years and 2 months since Byeon Sang-il 9-dan in the Myeongin Match in March 2021 and Shin Min-jun in the KB Baduk League Championship Match that he suffered two consecutive losses in a competition that was not a bungee game.

Shin Jin-seo, who caught the back that day, made a big mistake in the early battle, putting his situation at a disadvantage.

Kang Dong-yoon, 9-dan, is ahead of Shin Jin-seo with 2 wins and 1 loss this year. [provided by the Korea Institute]

Kang Dong-yoon, ranked 6th in Korea, narrowed the gap with Shin Jin-seo to 5 wins and 12 losses in his career.스포츠토토

This year, he is ahead with 2 wins and 1 loss following his time victory in the KB Baduk League in February.

Shin Jin-seo suffered two consecutive losses, but her performance this year is 47 wins and 5 losses, with a win rate of 90.38%.

There has been no article that has exceeded 90% of the annual win rate in Korean Go history.

However, all of the five losses this year were lost to knights in their thirties past their prime, except for Chinese knight Huang Yunsong (26), 8th Dan.

Shin Jin-seo lost to Won Seong-jin (37), 9th Dan, in the KB Baduk League in early February, followed by losses to Kang Dong-yoon (2 losses) and Baek Hong-seok.

Coincidentally, Baek Hong-seok, 9th Dan, who was in charge of the Go TV commentary on this day, said, “It seems that Shin Jin-seo, 9th Dan, is physically struggling after returning from a recent tournament in China.” “he said.

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