Park Jeong-hwan, with 2 consecutive wins, baton touches Byeon Sang-il

 Park Jeong-hwan, 9th Dan, won two consecutive victories and passed the baton. On the afternoon of the 22nd, at the 24th Nongshim Shin Ramen Cup World Baduk Championship, 12th Nation, which had an online match between Seoul Korean Kiwon and Beijing Chinese Kiwon, Park Jeong-hwan, 9th Dan, lost to Gu Zhao, 9th Dan.

In the confrontation between Korea’s No. 3 runner and China’s final runner, Park Jeong-Hwan, 9th Dan, lost a few points in the first battle that took place in the upper right corner, and then lost a few points in the second battle that was moved to the lower left, and the situation rapidly deteriorated.

After that, even in Wu Ha, who was trying to make up for it, the difficulty increased as he was blocked by Gu Zhao’s 9th Dan’s cold response. With unreasonable numbers and errors in judgment, the situation was prematurely turned. The finale is 247 numbers. It was 2 hours and 48 minutes after the game started. Their opponent record was 8 wins, 1 draw and 4 losses.

Park Jeong-hwan, who took over the 4-game winning streak of Kang Dong-yoon 9-dan and took over as runner-up, resigned after beating Yuta Iiyama, 9-dan and Ke Jie, 9-dan, both Japanese and Chinese champions. The overall record of the tournament is 16 wins and 8 losses. 안전놀이터

Park Jung-hwan, 9th dan, who has been showing explosive performance since February, has played 17 games so far. For two days, two plates were placed in one day. His record this year is 19 wins, 1 draw and 6 losses. Throughout the entire article, it is ranked first in the number of wins and the largest country. On the upcoming Saturday, the KB League will be held, and on Sunday, Shin Jin-seo, 9th dan, and the KBS Baduk King final will be held.

The Korean team, which is aiming for a third straight victory in the tournament, announced 3rd place Byeon Sang-il, 9-dan, as the 4th runner in the 13 countries that will continue on the 23rd. Behind Sang-il, the immovable top ranker Shin Jin-seo, 9th Dan, is waiting.

Byeon Sang-il, 9th Dan, is good with 3 wins in the past against Gu Zhao, 9th Dan, one year younger. Last year alone, he was discontinued three times in the round of 16 of the Chunran Cup, the round of 16 of the Chinese Gabjo League, and the round of 16 of the Samsung Fire & Marine Cultivation. Nongshimbae’s representative is the third after episodes 16 and 23. It is a confrontation with Gu Zihao, who is also challenging for the first victory point in the tournament.

Nongshim Shin Ramen Cup, which is called the ‘Three Kingdoms of Baduk’, is a national competition in which 5 representative players from Korea, China and Japan compete in 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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