Shin Jin-seo, 9th dan, won the world championship for the sixth time in his career.
Jin-seo Shin was defeated by Sang-il Byeon, 9th Dan, in 229 moves in the second round of the 28th LG Cup Chosun Ilbo Finals of the 28th LG Cup Chosun Ilbo Championship held at the Korea Kiwon in Majang-ro, Seongdong-gu on the 31st.
With this, Shin Jin-seo, who won with an overall record of 2-0,
won the LG Cup for the third time in his career following the 24th and 26th tournaments. 카지노사이트
In the past LG Cup, he ranked second with the most wins, following 9-dan Lee Chang-ho,
who won four times (1st, 3rd, 5th, and 8th).
In addition, Shin Jin-seo won his 6th championship in a major world championship,
and is tied for 6th place with Yoo Chang-hyuk in the all-time rankings,
following Lee Chang-ho (17 times), Lee Se-dol (14 times), Cho Hoon-hyun (9 times), and Guri and Ke Jie (8 times). done.
On this day, Shin Jin-seo and Byeon Sang-il engaged in a fierce battle of baduk from the beginning.
At the beginning of the match, the battle started in Uhagui and continued to Sangbyeon and Usangui,
and a close battle of pushing and pushing unfolded.
Byun Sang-il, who judged that he had suffered a slight loss in the Battle of Woosanggui,
blocked the black stone in the center and started attacking again.
However, Shin Jin-seo succeeded in breaking through exquisite procedures and showed a clear advantage.
In the end, when the game could not be overturned, Byeon Sang-il threw a stone.
With his victory on this day, Shin Jin-seo took a significant lead over Byun Sang-il with a total of 37 wins and 7 losses,
including his 15th consecutive win.
Korea won the LG Cup a total of 13 times, beating China (12 times) and becoming the country with the most wins.
Japan won the LG Cup twice and Taiwan won the LG Cup once.
The LG Cup winner’s prize is 300 million won, and the runner-up prize is 100 million won.
The time limit is 5 40-second countdowns for 3 hours each.