‘Oldest brother’ Won Seong-jin advances to the quarterfinals of the GS Caltex Cup
In the round of 16 of the 28th GS Caltex Cup Pro Tournament,
Won Seong-jin and Shim Jae-ik won 269 moves
(Hangame Baduk = Reporter Han Chang-gyu) 토토사이트Both sides have never been significantly superior, so they have never been greatly inferior. For three hours after starting the game, the odds graph up to around 180 was like that.
The scene where this trend showed a decisive difference was after that. On the afternoon of the 11th at the Baduk TV studio, Won Seong-jin, 9th Dan, defeated Sim Jae-ik, 6th Dan, after a close match in the fourth game of the round of 16 of the 28th GS Caltex Cup Pro Tournament.
3 hours and 42 minutes, 269 moves without succession. “It was always complicated and we made a lot of mistakes. In the middle, I thought it was definitely bad, and later on, we made mistakes again in the winning scene, so it became fine, but luck followed,” Won Seong-jin’s 9th Dan’s impression of the country.
The two knights, who are 13 years old, saw the light of day when Shim Jae-ik, 6th dan, saw the light of day in the year Seongjin Won, 9th dan, joined the professional team. Shim Jae-ik is also in his 7th year as a pro, but this was the first time he faced Won Seong-jin. As for the rankings, Seongjin Won ranked 8th and Jaeik Shim ranked 41st.
9th Dan Seong-Jin Won, who won a new victory, faces the winner of Sang-Il Ahn and Seong-Jun Ahn in the quarterfinals. He is currently recording 3 wins and 8 losses against 3rd place Byeon Sang-il, 9-dan, and 4 wins and 5 losses against 7th place Ahn Seong-jun, 9-dan.
At the GS Caltex Cup, Won Seong-jin, 9th Dan, won the championship in the 15th class in 2010. In this tournament, he defeated Choi Kwang-ho 5 dan, Park So-yul 3 dan, Kim Dong-hee 3 dan, and Choi Won-jin 2 dan in the preliminaries and made it to the finals for the 3rd consecutive term.
Sim Jae-Ik, who beat Lee Yeong-shin 6p, Kim Chan-woo 6p, Han Seung-joo 9p, and Lee Yeon 5p consecutively in the preliminaries, defeated Kim Bum-seo 4p in the first round of the finals, but was blocked in the round of 16. The round of 16 is the second after the 23rd.
The prize money of the 28th GS Caltex Cup, which competes for the championship in the preliminary round with 302 participants, the round of 24 final tournament with 5 seeds, and the 5th final, is 70 million won for the championship and 30 million won for the runner-up. The title holder is Shin Jin-seo, 9-dan, who is on a five-game losing streak. On the 12th, the round of 16 match between Shin Jin-seo and Baek Hong-seok will follow.