‘World No. 1’ Shin Jin-seo leads the Nongshim Cup win… Korea 3 years in a row

Correspondent Lee Myeong-dong = Shin Jin-seo (23), 9 dan, defeated China’s Gu Zi-hao (25, 9 dan) in the final round of the Nongshim Shin Ramen Cup World Baduk Championship, giving Korea the championship trophy for the third year in a row.

On the 24th, at the 24th Nongshim Shin Ramen Cup World Baduk Championship 14th (final country) held online at Korea Kiwon in Seongdong-gu, Seoul and China Kiwon in Beijing, China, Shin Jin-seo 9th Dan succeeded to China’s Gu Zihao 9th Dan in 200 moves. . Korea, which won the championship cup with Shin Jin-seo’s victory, wrote a record of winning the tournament for three consecutive years.

Shin Jin-seo took the lead. Shin Jin-seo, who seized the victory in the battle that continued in the early and mid-game, defeated China without giving Gu Zhao a chance to turn around.

Korea, which stood on the edge of a cliff, dramatically won the tournament. At the start of the 3rd game, Korea had the highest number of 3 survivors out of Korea, China and Japan, giving the green light for the championship. Korea was driven to the brink as Byeon Sang-il, 9th Dan, and Park Jeong-hwan, 9th Dan, lost side by side to Gu Zhao. In the end, Shin Jin-seo, who came out as the last runner, brought the championship cup. 토토사이트

Shin Jin-seo set a personal record of 10 consecutive victories in the Nongshim Shin Ramen Cup with her victory in the match. At the same time, Shin Jin-seo wrote a report card of 10 wins and 2 losses in 5 total appearances (19th, 21st ~ 24th) at Nongshim Shin Ramen. Shin Jin-seo won 5 consecutive victories in the last 22 competitions and 4 consecutive victories in the 23 competitions, holding the championship trophy in the arms of Korea.

Korea has increased its total number of championships to 15. China and Japan won the Nongshim Cup 8 times and 1 time, respectively.

Shin Jin-seo confessed, “In the beginning, it was difficult because there were changes that I was not familiar with.” Then, “In the middle of the battle, Gu Zhao, 9th dan, must have had a chance, but as the opponent missed that opportunity, I felt that it was definitely advantageous,” he said.

In addition, he explained, “I thought (I) wouldn’t go out this year because Korean players did well.” He said, “I was confident in the one-on-one situation ahead of the game, so I faced it without much pressure.” “I think I was able to win because the senior driver did well in front of me.

Meanwhile, at the awards ceremony held after the game, Nongshim CEO and Vice Chairman Joon Park delivered a trophy and prize money of 500 million won to the Korean player.

The prize money for the Nongshim Shin Ramen Cup, hosted and supervised by Korea Kiln and sponsored by Nongshim, is 500 million won. If you achieve 3 consecutive wins in the finals, you will be given a winning streak of 10 million won. The winning streak prize money is 10 million won for each additional win after three consecutive wins.

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