Ke Jie, 1st place in a row… Li Xuan Hao 3rd place
Chinese ranking in May… Ke Jie immediately returned to first place, 40 points ahead of
second place, and then widened the score again
Ke Jie’s 9th Dan ranked first for two months in a row with 2730.8 points in the May ranking announced by the China Baduk Association on the 20th. It is the 90th overall. In April, he earned 14.6 points while winning 6 consecutive victories (4 consecutive victories in a major country reflecting ranking points). The gap between them and the second place widened to 40 points.
In second place, Mewiting 9th place moved up three steps. In April, he raised 17.4 points with 9 wins and 3 losses, including defending the thousand won title. On the other hand, Li Xuan Hao 9th Dan lost 4.5 points with 1 win and 1 loss and fell to 3rd place. The score difference with Me Witing is 0.4 points.
In the top 10, Yang Dingxin, 9th, rose to 6th, Sue, 9th, 8th, Li Qincheng, 9th, and Zhao Chenyu, 9th, rose to 10th. On the other hand, Gu Zihao’s 9th grade, Dinghao’s 9th grade, and Fan Tingyu’s 9th grade fell by one notch.
The ranking of female knights is Yu Zhiying 7th Dan (49th), Zhou Hongyu 6th Dan (57th), Wang Chenxing 5th Dan (83rd), Lu Minquan 6th Dan (93rd), and Fang Luoshi 5th Dan (103rd). am. Fang Luoshi beat Lihe 5th dan to enter the top 5 for the first time.
In April, 166 countries were newly reflected in the ranking points, including the Women’s Noodles Competition, Myeonginjeon, Rookie of the Year, Asian Games Qualifiers, and Changgibae. The number of knights who were given a ranking this month was 358, down 19 from the previous month.