2023 YK Gun Ki-bae Final League 4R 3G
Won Seong-jin, Lee Chang-ho defeated and 2 wins and 2 losses in the league
(Hangame Go = Reporter Han Chang-gyu) The year 2005 was the year the ranking system was introduced to the domestic professional Go world. The first ranking announced in August of that year was Lee Chang-ho, 9th Dan. Even though there was no ranking system when he was enjoying his heyday, Lee Chang-ho, 9th Dan, took first place 22 times.
In August 2005, Won Seong-jin’s 9-dan ranking was 6th. Won Seong-jin, 9th Dan, who once climbed to the top 2nd place (November 2010), is currently in 8th place. What is eye-catching is that it was ranked 8th in April 2013, exactly 10 years ago. It is worthy of being synonymous with consistency.카지노사이트
The current ranking of Chang-ho Lee, 9th, is 75th. Sewol is free (the highest rank among articles born in the 1970s). Lee Chang-ho, 9th Dan, faced off against Won Seong-jin, 9th Dan, in the 2023 YK Gungi Cup Final League Round 4, 3 games held at the Baduk TV Studio on the afternoon of the 12th.
“I really wanted to win because I had to win to be able to aim for the middle rank, but I practically gave up in the mid-to-late half. I think I was able to win luckily after following step by step.” (Won Seong-jin, 9th Dan)
“I thought I didn’t want to, but I thought it was a good thing at the time because the pavement worked well. I think I lost a lot while organizing it.” (Lee Chang-ho 9th Dan)
9th Dan Lee Chang-ho, who was taking the lead in the best shape in this final league, wondered if he would take the victory even when he broke the hemp, but the finish was not good. In particular, it was regrettable that the scene that could have been the decisive blow was missed.
Won Seong-jin, 9th Dan, who won his 22nd matchup, made his record against Lee Chang-ho, 9th Dan, 11-11. In the final league, Seong-Jin Won, 9P, 2 wins, 2 losses, and Chang-Ho Lee, 9P, 4 losses.
“I enjoyed it. I feel that the second half is so strong, and I learned a lot of good baduk.” (Lee Chang-ho)
“I was pushed a lot in terms of content. I think I won by holding out in the second half, but I learned a lot and enjoyed it.” (Won Seong-jin)
The 2023 YK Gungi Cup is competing for the championship in the 1st and 2nd preliminary rounds, the final league, and the 5th final stage. The prize money is 60 million won for the winner and 30 million won for the runner-up. The following schedule is Shin Jin-seo-Park Jeong-hwan (35:23) on the 17th, Kang Dong-yoon-Won Seong-jin (18:23) on the 18th, and Park Jung-hwan-Shin Min-jun (8:6, in brackets) on the 26th.