Park Jung-hwan, 9th Dan, answered the expectations with a refreshing first step. On the afternoon of the 20th, in the 24th Nongshim Shin Ramen Cup World Baduk Championship 10th, which was resumed as an online match, Jung-hwan Park, 9th Dan, defeated Yuta Iiyama, 9th Dan.

Park Jeong-hwan, 9p, who was in charge of the Korean team’s 3rd runner, faced Japan’s final runner, Yuta Iiyama, 9p, and fought fiercely until the beginning of the middle. The scene where he had a visible advantage was after 100 moves. Overall, he took the upper hand by smoothly resolving the Sangbyeon and idol black groups, which were the key in securing a lot of houses. 메이저사이트

In the second half, there was a scene where he was pursued with a slightly anxious appearance, but there was no reverse. 4 hours and 11 minutes, 2 and a half wins in 340 moves. Park Jeong-hwan, who has been active as a representative for 11 consecutive years, has a total record of 15 wins and 7 losses. It is tied for 3rd place after Pantingyu 9th Dan with 21 wins and 7 losses and Lee Chang-ho 9th Dan with 19 wins and 3 losses.

As for the record of the 10 countries, Korea has 5 wins and 2 losses, China has 4 wins and 3 losses, and Japan has 1 win and 5 losses. The remaining articles are 3 Korean and 2 Chinese. Japan was all eliminated.

Park Jeong-hwan, 9th Dan, will challenge for a winning streak in the 11th station, which will continue on the 21st. The opponent is runner 4 from China. China, which leaves Ke Jie 9 Dan and Gu Zihao 9 Dan, unexpectedly announced Ke Jie 9 Dan.

This is the first time in this tournament that Ke Jie, who has been in charge of the captain if he goes to the final country, comes out ahead of his colleagues. Park Jeong-hwan 9th Dan is ahead of Ke Jie 9th Dan with 15 wins and 14 losses (8 wins, 1 draw and 3 losses against Gu Zihao 9th Dan).

Ke Jie, who was selected as the eighth Chinese representative this time, has a record of 2 wins and 3 losses at Nongshim Shin Ramen Bae, which is not good. However, those two wins determined the championship in the 17th and 21st tournaments.

The Nongshim Shin Ramen Cup, which is called the ‘Three Kingdoms of Baduk’, is a competition in which 5 representative players from Korea, China and Japan form teams to determine the strongest country through a winning streak. As for the prize money, the winning country will monopolize 500 million won. So far, the number of championships has been 14 in Korea, 8 in China, and 1 in Japan.

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