Shin Jin-seo defeats Kerze again at the Chunran Cup Baduk Championship… Byun Sang-il also joins the 4th round

Korean Go ranking No. 1 Shin Jin-seo (22), 9 dan, defeated Chinese No. 1 Ke Jie (25, 9 dan) again.

2nd place Byeon Sang-il (25), 9 dan, also advanced to the semifinals by beating China’s strongman Li Weiqing (22), 9 dan.

Shin Jin-seo, the ‘defending champion’, disapproved of Ke Jie in the quarterfinals of the 14th Chunran Cup World Professional Go Championship held online on the 19th in Majang-ro, Seongdong-gu and Pinghu, Zhejiang, China, after 181 moves.

Shin Jin-seo, who caught black, was at a slight disadvantage in the early stages, but after gaining the upper hand in the middle battle at once, he did not allow pursuit and led a perfect victory.

With this, Shin Jin-seo continued his strong performance by winning the last 4 consecutive wins against Ke Jie.

Although the overall opponent record is 9 wins and 11 losses, it is still behind, but since December 2020, Shin Jin-seo has greatly led with 6 wins and 1 loss.

Byeon Sang-il won a dramatic come-from-behind victory in the quarterfinals against Li Wei-qing, who is ranked 10th in China.

In particular, the compensation work has been defeated by Li Wei-qing in 4 matches, and she harvested her valuable first victory.

Byeon Sang-il advanced to the semifinals for the third time in a major world championship with the victory that day.

However, Shin Min-joon (23), 9-dan, who played together in the quarterfinals that day, was defeated by Chinese veteran Tang Weixing (29), 9-dan, and was eliminated.

As a result of the lottery for the semi-finals held on the 21st after the quarterfinals, Shin Jin-seo and Li Xuan-hao, Byeon Sang-il and Tang Wei-xing had a match.안전놀이터

Shin Jin-seo is recording one win against Li Xuan-hao, who is ranked second in China, and Byeon Sang-il is 3-3 with Tang Weixing.

The 14th Chunran Cup, hosted by the China Baduk Association and sponsored by the Chunlan Group, has a prize of $150,000 for the winner and $50,000 for the runner-up.

The time limit is 2 hours and 30 minutes each and 5 one-minute countdowns.

In the Chunran Cup, where 7 and a half bonuses are awarded according to Chinese rules, Shin Jin-seo defeated Tang Weixing 2-0 to win the last tournament.