Shin Shin-seo, Byun Sang-il cross ‘Great Wall’ to face off in LG Varsity final

Shin Shin-seo and Byun Sang-il 9th dan will battle for the top spot in the LG Chess Championship.
South Korea’s top-ranked go player Shin Shin-seo (23) defeated China’s Kerze (26) 9th dan in 251 moves in the quarterfinals of the 28th LG Go Chosun Ilbo Kiwangjeon at the Shinan Tidelands Museum in Jeungdo-myeon, Shinan-gun, Jeollanam-do, South Jeolla Province, on Wednesday.
Byun Sang-il, 26, also advanced to the final after defeating Mi Yuting, 27, 9th dan of China in the quarterfinals in 174 moves.
The final between the two will be held at the end of January next year for a prize of 300 million won.

Shin is aiming for his third Elgibae trophy, while Byun Sang-il is reaching the final for the first time.

Shin leads the head-to-head series with 32 wins and 7 losses.

In their head-to-head matchups in various domestic and international tournaments, Shin is 5-1.
This is the first time a Korean player has reached the final of a major tournament.

At last month’s Samsung Flower Cultivation, Ding Hao-Sheil Hao 9th dan met in the final due to the Chinese “strong winds,” and Ding Hao won. 카지노사이트777
Xin Xin’s victory extended his winning streak to six games in their last seven meetings.

His overall record is 11-11.

After the match, Shin said, “I’m happy to be in the final.

There was no reason for the game to be difficult today, but I think my shortcomings came out,” he reflected. “

I think the world championship final is always a 5-on-5 match.

Byun Sang-il played well in the Chunranbae final, so I will have to be careful.”

Shin Shin-seo had to overcome some difficulties in his match against Kersey on the day, as he took a commanding lead at one point, only to see it slip away.
After his win, Byun Sang-il said, “I could have gotten a big lead if I played well in the beginning, but I made a mistake and it became too much.

I think I was lucky to win,” he said, adding, “It’s my first time in the final of the ELG, and I want to do my best to show my best.”
It has been four years since Korean players have met in the final of the Elgibae since Shin Shin-seo and Park Jung-hwan met in the 24th edition of the tournament in 2020.
The third edition of the ELGIBE Finals will be held on January 29-February 1 next year.
The championship prize is 300 million won, the runner-up prize is 100 million won, and the time limit is three hours and five 40-second second readings.

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