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World No. 1 Shin Jin-seo 12th Shaker and Ng Si-bae

Shin Jin-seo

World No. 1 Shin Jin-seo 12th Shaker and Ng Si-bae

Shin Jin-seo

Shin Jin-seo, the world’s No. 1 player in Go Ratings, defeated 37th-ranked Zhao Chen-yu (China) 8th-dan with a one-and-a-half victory in 277 seconds on the 12th and advanced to the final of Ngsi-bae, called the Baduk Olympics. The winner will be determined by the third time when the schedule will be announced later.

The third semi-final of the 9th NCSI World Professional Baduk Championships was held as an online giant to prevent the spread of Corona 19. Shin Jin-seo won his first championship with two consecutive victories following the 211st victory in the first country on Tuesday 먹튀토토

The world’s 12th-ranked Sheker (China) 8th-dan also defeated the 10th-ranked Ichiriki Ryo (Japan) 9th-dan to join the final of the NCSV World Professional Baduk Championships. Attention is focusing on whether Shin Jin-seo, the 9th grader, will be able to avenge his defeat in the 2017 world’s rookie baduk strongest match by Shaker 8th Dan in four years.

The two were of the same age in 2000. It is the first time in the history of the Pro Baduk World Championship that knights who were not born in 1900 are competing for the championship.

Korea is aiming for its sixth career championship at the NCSV World Professional Baduk Championships. Starting with Cho Hoon-hyun, the first champion, Seo Bong-soo, Yoo Chang-hyuk, Lee Chang-ho, and Choi Chul-han experienced the top nine.

With Shin Jin-seo passing the semi-final, South Korea continued its march to the final of the NCSV World Professional Baduk Championship. China is trying to produce its fourth winner, following Chang Ha-ha, Fan Ting-yu, and Tang Wei-shing’s ninth dan.

Established in 1988, NCSI uses the NCSL, which was designed by the late Ying Chang-chi. The Nsirul, also known as the Jeonjeon Law, is an eight-point (seven-piece) rule that determines the outcome by not being a home.

The NCSV World Professional Championships has 400,000 dollars (about 440 million won), the highest amount for a single Go tournament. The runner-up will receive 100,000 dollars (110 million won).

The time limit is 3 hours, and the additional time given instead of the countdown is 20 minutes, and two penalty points can be deducted (a total of 2 times, 3 times a time loss) for 1 use.

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