Shinjinseo 9th 2-0 win… The first contested Eung Si-bae final climbed.

Shin Jin-seo 9th Dan, No. 1 in the Korean Go ranking, is playing against Zao Cheonwi 8th Dan in the 9th Eungsi-Bae semi-final held as an online game at Korea Origin in Seongdong-gu, Seoul on the morning of the 12th. [연합뉴스]

Shin Jin-seo (21), the No. 1 player in the Korean Go ranking, advanced to the finals at Eungsi-bae, where he first appeared.

Born in 2000, competed for victory with Chinese Shaker 8th Dan

Shin Jin-seo scored a hundred and one point in 277 times in the second country in the second country of the 9th Eungsi-bae World Pro Go Championship semi-final held in Seoul, Korea and Beijing, China on the 12th. With this, the new 9th team settled in the final with a 2-0 complete victory following the 1st country victory held on the 10th. The final opponent is China‘s Shaker 8th.

Shin Jin-seo and Shaker met once in the strongest game of Lee Min-bae in 2017, and Shaker won. The two are of the same age in 2000, and this is the first time that a person born since 2000 in the final of the Major World Championships. The schedule of the Eungsibae final, held in the third season, will be decided later.

Shin Jin-seo 9th Dan, No. 1 in the Korean Go ranking, is playing against Zao Cheonwi 8th Dan in the 9th Eungsi-Bae semi-final held as an online game at Korea Origin in Seongdong-gu, Seoul on the morning of the 12th. [연합뉴스]

Shin Jin-seo 9th Dan, No. 1 in the Korean Go ranking, is playing against Zao Cheonwi 8th Dan in the 9th Eungsi-Bae semi-final held as an online game at Korea Origin in Seongdong-gu, Seoul on the morning of the 12th. [연합뉴스]

After the match, the 9th Dan made a determination, “I think it made my heart sober in the round of 16 and the 1st semi-final of this tournament, but in the final, I will show my Go with better content.” Regarding the opponent’s Shaker 8th Dan, “Go is unique and bouncing. Also, I think that he is a player to be careful because he is so strong, but I think the final should focus on the battle.”

Eung Si-Bae’s winning prize is the highest in a single competition, which is 400,000 dollars (about 440 million won). The runner-up prize is $100,000. It applies the Ngsi rule, which covers the game with points rather than home, and the bonus is 8 points (7 collections). Korean Baduk went to the finals for 9 consecutive times, including from Eung Si-bae to Shin Jin-seo. In the previous eight finals, five people, including the first winner Jo Hun-hyun, Seo Bong-soo, Yoo Chang-hyuk, Lee Chang-ho, and Choi Cheol-han, won the championship cup. In China, Chang Hao, Panting Yu, and Tang Wei Xing have reached the top.

Reporter Kang Hye-ran [email protected]


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