Shin Jin-seo defeats Ke Jie and advances to the LG Cup finals Sang-il Byun and championship clash

Korean Baduk defeated China in the LG Cup and confirmed its victory.In the semifinals of the 28th LG Cup Chosun Ilbo Tournament held at the Shinan Tidal Flat Museum on Jeungdo Island, Shinan-gun, Jeollanam-do on the 13th, Korea’s Shin Jin-seo (23) 9th dan and Byeon Sang-il (26) 9th dan defeated China’s Ke Jie (26) 9th dan and Mi Yuting (27). ) beat each of the 9th dan and advanced to the finals.Korea, who had a ‘brother battle’ in the finals, confirmed their 13th overall victory in the LG Cup.China won the LG Cup 12 times, Japan 2 times, and Taiwan once each. Shin Jin-seo, ranked No. 1 in Korea, won 1 and a half games in 251 moves in the match against Ke Jie, which attracted attention on this day.Shin Jin-seo, who recently won six games in a row against Ke Jie, has a balanced record of 11 wins and 11 losses in his career.

Shin Jin-seo, who caught Black, took the lead from the beginning and showed a clear advantage to the extent that the artificial intelligence (AI) expected win rate exceeded 95% at one point in the middle.However, at a critical moment, he made a mistake and was chased by Ke Jie, but he did not allow a comeback and maintained his victory until the end. After the match, Shin Jin-seo said, “I bet a lot on this LG Cup, and I’m glad I made it to the finals,” but he blamed himself for his mistake, saying, “There was no reason for today’s baduk to be difficult, but I think my shortcomings came out.”He also said, “I think the finals of world championships are always 5-5 matches. Byun Sang-il showed a good performance in the Chunran Cup finals, so I think we have to be careful and it will be an interesting match.”Shin Jin-seo attempts to win for the third time in his career following the 24th and 26th competitions.Byeon Sang-il, who 카지노사이트킹 also played in the semifinals, reached the final by defeating Miwi Ting in 174 moves.

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