2023 NH Bank Women’s Go League 10R 4G
H2 DREAM Samcheok, POSCO Future M 2-1
(Hangeul Go = Han Chang-kyu reporter) H2 DREAM Samcheok defeated POSCO Future M 2-1 in a battle for the top spot in the 10th round. This is the result of the last game of the 10th round of the 2023 NHBank held on the evening of the 17th at the Go TV studio.
In a matchup between teams with six wins and three losses, H2 DREAM Samcheok capitalized on Kim Eun-sun’s 6th dan’s victory over Kim Sun-bin 2nd dan in a long game that ended before the shorthand board, and Kim Chae-young 8th dan defeated Kim Hye-min 9th dan in the only captain’s matchup of Round 0.
H2 DREAM Samcheok, who finished the first half in fourth place, rattled off three straight wins in the second half to take their first lead of the season. They also avenged a 1-2 loss to POSCO Future M in the first half. The overall record between the teams is 6-2.
POSCO Future M ended its three-game winning streak. Their 6-4 record is third behind the Seogwipo Seventy with a 7-3 record. It’s still too early to tell, but they are in a position to make their first postseason appearance in three years.
Behind them, Suncheon Bay National Garden, Bukwang Pharmaceuticals, and Buan Red Sunrise form a tight 5-5 group. Yeosu World Island Expo is 4-6, and Boryeongmud is 1-9.
In terms of individual wins, Kim Eun-ji 6 dan (7-2), Oh Yoo-jin 9 dan (7-3), Cho Seung-ah 6 dan (7-3), and Kim Kyung-eun 4 dan (7-3) are tied for the lead. Lee Min-jin 8 (6 wins), Kim Da-young 5 (6 wins, 2 losses), Kim Sang-in 3 (6 wins, 2 losses), and Kim Chae-young 8 (6 wins, 4 losses) are close behind.메이저사이트
The regular season, in which eight teams compete in a doubleheader to determine the four teams that will advance to the postseason, will continue with 11 rounds starting this Thursday. The brackets are Seogwipo Chilsimli-Suncheon Bay National Garden (21st), Boryeong Mud-Yeosu World Island Expo (22nd), H2 DREAM Samcheok-Buan Red Sun (23rd), and Bugwang Pharmaceutical-Fosco Future M (24th).
The team prize fund for the 2023 Women’s Go League, the ninth season since its launch in 2015, is 55 million won for the championship, 35 million won for the runner-up, 25 million won for the third place, and 15 million won for the fourth place. Each regular season game will cost the winner 1.3 million won and the loser 400,000 won.