‘Who is the first champion with a prize money of 345 million won?’ Opening with a face-to-face confrontation at the major world tournament ‘Lanker Cup’… From Korea, 8 participants, including Shin Jin-seo, 9th Dan, participated.

Who will take the glory of the ‘Lanker Cup First Champion’?

The 1st Quzhou Lanke Cup World Go Open, hosted by China, held an opening ceremony on the 4th and made a gossip. Starting with the round of 32 on the 5th, the round of 16 on the 6th, and the quarterfinals and semifinals on the 8th and 9th.

Ranker Cup will be held face-to-face among major world competitions for the first time since the Corona 19 pandemic.

In the round of 32 finals, a total of 32 players, including 22 passers-by from each country and 10 seeders, will compete for the championship.

The Korean national team will be represented by 8 players, including national seeded Shin Jin-seo and Park Jeong-hwan (9-dan), as well as Byeon Sang-il, Kang Dong-yoon, Won Seong-jin, Ahn Seong-joon, Han Seung-ju (9-dan) and Park Gun-ho (7-dan) who passed the domestic selection round.

15 players from China, 5 from Japan, 2 from Taiwan, 1 from North America and 1 from Europe will participate.

As a result of the draw for the round of 32 in the finals, Jinseo Shin, 9P, ranked first in the rankings, faced China’s Qincheng Li, 9P.

In the relative record, Shin Jin-seo 9-dan is behind with 4 wins and 5 losses, but in the most recent match, the 2022 Chunran Cup Round of 16, Shin Jin-seo 9-dan won.토토사이트

Park Jung-Hwan 9P met China’s Zhao Chenyu 9P, who was ahead of them by 6 wins and 3 losses, and Byeon Sang-Il 9P met Tang Weixing 9P of China. Byeon Sang-il, 9th Dan, also has an advantage over Tang Weixing, 9th Dan, with 4 wins and 3 losses.

In addition, Kang Dong-yoon, 9p, will face off with Tao Xinran, 9p, who is on a par with 1 win and 1 loss, and Won Seong-jin, 9p, will face Li Xuan-hao, 9p. In addition, Park Geon-ho, 9th Dan, Chao Saoyang, 5th Dan (China), Ahn Seong-joon, 9th Dan, Japan’s Wijeongchi, 8th Dan, and Han Seung-joo, 9th Dan, had their first confrontation with Ku Zihao, 9th Dan (China).

In the final round of 32, a total of 16 matches will be played, including 7 matches between Korea and China, 1 match between Korea and Japan, 4 matches between China and Japan, 2 matches between China and Taiwan, and one each between China and Europe and North America.

The prize money for the first Quzhou Lanke Cup World Go Open is 1.8 million yuan (approximately 345 million won), and the runner-up prize is 600,000 yuan (approximately 115 million won). Applying Chinese Go rules, the bonus is 7 and a half, and the time limit is 5 countdowns of 1 minute in 2 hours each.

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