Shin Jin-seo, 9th Dan, led Korea’s Nongshim Shin Ramen Cup to the world’s best baduk match for three straight victories.

Shin Jin-seo, 9th Dan, won the 24th Nongshim Shin Ramen Cup World Baduk Championship 3rd round, which was held online on the 24th in Korea and China, in the final 14th country, Gu Zihao, the last runner of China, 9th Dan.

With this, Korea won its 15th championship with its third three consecutive victories in the Nongshim Cup, a national competition with the ‘Go Three Kingdoms’.

In particular, Shin Jin-seo, 9th Dan, played an active role as the terminator of all the championships in Korea to win three consecutive championships, fully demonstrating his appearance as ‘the first person on the board’.

In the 22nd in 2021, Shin Jin-seo 9-dan won 5 consecutive victories, and in the 6th inning in 2005, Lee Chang-ho 9-dan won 5 consecutive victories at the last minute. This year, Park Jeong-hwan 9-dan and Byeon Sang-il 9-dan consecutively beat Gu Zuhao 9-dan, who gained momentum, and finally won the championship. 바카라사이트

Korea’s three consecutive victories at Nongshim Cup is the third after winning 1-6 consecutive championships and winning 10-12 championships. Korea won 500 million won in prize money with the victory.

Shin Jin-seo, 9-dan, was also a sure winner.

Shin Jin-seo, 9th Dan, defeated Park Jung-hwan and Byeon Sang-il, 9th Dan, and Gu Zhao, who gained momentum, and gained a slight advantage in the early stages, and then entered the middle, attacking Black, who jumped into the left side Baekjin, and seized the victory early.

From then on, a sequence of virtually no significance followed. With the situation at a disadvantage, Gu Zihao aimed for a turn over, aiming for white stones on the right and bottom sides, but Shin Jin-seo, 9th dan, did not waver and poured cold water on the pursuit with a clean finish. Jinseo Shin, 9th Dan, continued to lead with 6 wins and 4 losses in the overall match against Gu Zhao.

With this, Shin Jin-seo fully demonstrated his status as the finalist of the championship by winning 10 victories in the Nongshim Cup, including 5 consecutive victories in the 22nd and 4 consecutive victories in the 23rd. The record for the most consecutive victories in the history of Nongshim Cup is 14 consecutive victories established by Lee Chang-ho, 9th Dan, who led the Korean championship from 1 to 6 consecutive times.

Minjun Shin, Dongyoon Kang, Junghwan Park, Sangil Byun, and Jinseo Shin from Korea participated in this tournament, and Dongyoon Kang, 9th Dan, won 4 consecutive victories to take the lead in the mid-season.

The prize money for the Nongshim Shin Ramen Cup sponsored by Nongshim Co., Ltd., hosted and supervised by the Korea Institute, is 500 million won, and if you win 3 consecutive times in the finals, you will receive a prize of 10 million won (10 million won added for each additional win after 3 consecutive wins). payment) is paid. The time limit is given to each countdown once per hour and once per minute.

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