Shin Jin-seo vs Ke Jie “End-of-the-year Big Bang”

Shin Jin-seo, 9th Dan, and Ke Jie, 9th Dan, clash. It is a match between Korea’s No. 1 and China’s No. 1. In the Go world of both countries, Shin Jin-seo’s 9th dan has been ranked first for 36 months in a row and Ke Jie’s 9th-dan for 49 months in a row.

Shin Jin-seo, 9th Dan, and Ke Jie, 9th Dan, face each other in the quarterfinals of the 14th Chunran Cup World Professional Go Championships on the 19th. This is the last world tournament to be held this year, and the winner will advance to the semi-finals, which will continue on the 21st.

This is the first reunion in four months since the Chinese Gabjo League last August. In international competitions, it will be after the final round of the Nongshim Shin Ramen Cup in February, and in major competitions, it will be after the semi-finals of the LG Cup in November last year.

In all three matches, Shin Jin-seo, 9th Dan, defeated Ke Jie, 9th Dan. In particular, the Nongshim Shin Ramyun Cup decided to win the Korean championship, and the LG Cup took the final ticket and continued to win.

One thing I am dissatisfied with is that they are behind with 8 wins and 11 losses. The six consecutive losses, which were intensively suffered from November 2017 to May 2019, are still playing a big role in his career record.

The current situation of the two articles is quite different. While Shin Jin-seo, 9th Dan, is expanding his unrivaled position by adding weight as a leader, Ke Jie’s position is decreasing.

Shin Jin-seo has won seven domestic and international titles, including three major titles. On the other hand, Kerze was the last to win Samsung Fire & Marine Plantation in November 2020 in the world competition, and he only won once this year in his country.

In addition, Byeon Sang-il-Li Wei-qing, Shin Min-jun-Tang Weixing, and Li Xuan-hao-Yang Dingxin will compete for the semi-final tickets in the quarterfinals. In terms of relative performance, Byeon Sang-il, 9P, ranked 2nd in Korea, is being driven 0-4 by Li Weiqing, 9P, 10th in China. It’s been over 3 years.

Shin Min-joon, 5th in the Korean rankings, 9P, is recording 1 win and 3 losses against Tang Weixing, 27th in China, 9P. After 3 losses, he won 1 win in the 2020 Samsung Fire & Marine Plantation Round of 32.

In the Chunran Cup, Shin Jin-seo, 9th Dan, is the former winner. It is the first individual challenge to win two major championships in a row. In addition, attention is being paid to whether it will be the second consecutive victory in the history of Chunran Cup, following Lee Chang-ho’s 9th Dan, who won the 4th and 5th competitions in a row. 토토사이트

Through this tournament, Byeon Sang-il, 9P, reached the quarterfinals for the second consecutive time, and Shin, Min-Jun, 9P, made the quarterfinals for the first time. The best grades in the majors are Byeon Sang-il, 9-dan, who won the 2020 LG Cup and 2022 Samsung F&M Cultivation semifinals, and Shin Min-jun, 9-dan, won the 2021 LG Cup.

The prize money for the Chunran Cup, a biennial tournament hosted by China, is 150,000 dollars (approximately 200 million won). So far, the Korean driver has won 7 times, the Chinese driver has won 5 times, and the Japanese driver has won once.