Thousand Mango. At the end of the pursuit of deterioration, they caught up with gear. Shin Jin-seo (23), 9-dan, the signboard for Korean baduk, defeated China’s 11th ranked Li Wei-qing (23), 9-dan, in the quarterfinals of the 1st Ranker Cup World Baduk Open held at the Cultural Arts Center in Quzhou City, Zhejiang Province, China on the 8th to make the quarterfinals. rose to At the end of 302 moves, Black wins by 1 and a half.

Park Geon-ho (25), 7th Dan, also beat China’s next-generation pioneer Wang Xinghao (19), 8th Dan. However, Ahn Seong-jun (32), 9-dan, failed to overcome the wall of China’s 3rd ranked Gu Zi-hao (25). As a result, 32 world powers participated, and the hegemony of this tournament was narrowed down to a 2-2 battle between Korea and China.

Shin Jin-seo, who faced a토토사이트 friend of the same age born in 2000, struggled in inferiority until the end of the battle, where she lost a foot in the battle of the lower left corner in the beginning. After just 50 moves, the odds curve plummeted, widening to the 7th and 8th houses. TV commentator Park Jeong-sang, 9th dan, lamented that it was “the worst classic among Shin Jin-seo Baduk.”

However, from this point on, Li Wei-qing also began to be shaken by Shin Jin-seo’s successive victories. While driving along with the time attack, a few changes were made, and the gear was reversed. Shin Jin-seo, who overcame the last crisis in Woo Sang-gwi with both sides, said, “It was a bad situation. We won thanks to Li Wei-qing’s failure in the final finishing stage,” he said, sweeping his heart. It was a fight that lasted over 5 hours. The opponent record was 4 wins and 1 loss based on Shin Jin-seo.

With this victory, Shin Jin-seo marked 28 consecutive wins at home and abroad since February 26, setting the record for the most tie. He continued to challenge his annual world record by raising his win rate to 93.9% with 46 wins and 3 losses this year alone.

The victory of Park Gun-ho, 7th Dan, also shined. It was only his third major tournament appearance in his life, and his dream of his first semi-finals came true. He solved the problem of not being able to score points in the LG Cup finals twice. Recently, it has become a hot topic as it has won 3 consecutive wins after winning 4 consecutive wins in domestic competitions. In the round of 16, he knocked down Sheer Hao, a former LG Cup champion.

Park Geon-ho, who held the bag, took the initiative by harassing the black midfielder in the lower center, and then maintained his superiority as a servant by forming a master in the right lower area. The opponents between the two took place in 2018 with Park Gun-ho’s two consecutive victories, including a victory in the quarterfinals of the 3rd Future Star Competition. Park Gun-ho said, “It seems like a dream. I think it was the result of emptying my mind and working on it.”

The host country, China, had 15 participants, with 10 in the round of 16, 5 in the quarterfinals, and 2 in the semifinals. In Korea, 8x5x3x2 survived. Japan, with 5 players, failed to win even once and was wiped out. The semi-finals will be held on the 9th with Shin Jin-seo vs. Tan Xiao and Park Gun-ho vs. Gu Zi-hao. This is the first match between the two games. The winners will play the third final from the 14th to the 17th of next month. The winning prize is 1.8 million yuan (approximately 350 million won).

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