Jinseo Shin (23), 9th Dan, the ‘last bastion’ of Korean Baduk, is on a sortie for the Nongshim Cup championship.
On the 23rd, South Korea’s Byeon Sang-il, 9-dan, participated in the 24th Nongshim Shin Ramen Cup World Baduk Championship, held online at the Korean Kiwon in Majang-ro, Seongdong-gu and the Chinese Kiwon in Beijing, China. lost in a matter of seconds.
South Korea, which suffered two consecutive defeats following Park Jung-hwan’s 9th-dan loss the previous day, will have Shin Jin-seo, the final runner, play the final match against Gu Zi-hao in the final round of 14, which will be held on the 24th.
On this day, Byeon Sang-il suffered a painful come-from-behind defeat due to momentary 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.
However, pushing the opponent too much became the root of the problem.
Byeon Sang-il set up a siege to catch Uhagwi Baek, but was counterattacked and captured Black Stone.
Byeon Sang-il, who was reversed in an instant, pursued fiercely on the left and upper sides, but threw stones when he could not turn the tide.
Byeon Sang-il, who ranks third in the Korean rankings, is showing a sluggish performance in Nongshim Cup.
Byeon Sang-il, who participated in the 16th and 23rd competitions earlier, but failed to win, recorded all three losses at Nongshim Cup.
Also, in terms of his opponents with Gu Zhao, he had a 3-game winning streak until this tournament, but suffered his first defeat at Nongshim Cup메이저놀이터.
In Korea, where Park Jung-hwan and Byeon Sang-il were eliminated, Shin Jin-seo, 9th Dan, who ranked first in the rankings, will compete.
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 a whopping 9 consecutive victories in the Nongshim Cup, playing the role of Korea’s gatekeeper.
He has a record of 5 wins and 4 losses against Gu Zi-hao, who is ranked 6th in China.
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 winning the Nongshim Cup is 500 million won.
For individuals, 10 million won is given for three consecutive wins, and an additional 10 million won is given for each additional win thereafter.
The time limit is 1 minute and 1 countdown per 1 hour each.