Cho Chi-hoon, 9-dan, rises to the legend throne

○●… Shin Min-jun, Sawfalcosanol 3 wins and 3

losses (Hangame Baduk = Reporter Han Chang-gyu) Shin Min-jun, 9th Dan, broke his 3-game losing streak and won 2 games in a row. Shin Min-joon, 9th Dan, played 299 rounds against Won Seong-jin, 9th Dan, in the 4th Sawfalcosanol Finals, Round 7, 2nd match held at the K-Go studio on the afternoon of the 11th.

“I thought it was definitely better as the mid-center breakout was good, but the finish was loose and I was optimistic about the situation, so I was definitely reversed. national impressions. 메이저놀이터

The final league record is 3 wins and 3 losses for both knights. Shin Min-joon, 9-dan, would have made it difficult even for the next final seed if he lost, and Won Seong-jin, 9-dan, broke away from the competition for the challenge, which was not without possibility.

“I think it’s fortunate that we broke the losing streak and continued the losing streak,” said Shin Min-joon, 9th Dan.

1st Preliminary → 2nd Preliminary → Final Preliminary → Final League → 5th Challenge Stage The prize money for this tournament is 70 million won for the winner and 20 million won for the runner-up. The main line is a 9-man full league, and they are fighting for the right to challenge Shin Jin-seo, who is losing 3 titles in a row.

○●… Cho Chi-hoon,

9-dan Cho Chi-hoon ascended to the legend throne. Jo Chi-Hoon 9P won the championship by defeating Kobayashi Satoru 9P, who is also the president of Nippon Kiwon, in the finals of the 2nd Day Kay Cup Legend Match held at Yongseong Studio in Tokyo, Japan on the 8th in 209 moves.

In this tournament, the semi-finalists of the 2nd Day Kay Cup Female Legend, which competed between female knights aged 60 and over and female top-ranked female knights aged 45 and over, will participate (honorary title holders and female legend semi-finalists will go directly to the finals). However, a knight who won twice in his 60s cannot compete until he is 70 years old.

Starting from the finals, Jo Chi-Hoon (9p) defeated Kazuko Konishi (8p), Kataoka Satoshi (9p), and Yamashiro Hiroshi (9p) in order to advance to the finals. The winning prize is 5 million yen (approximately 50 million won).

Cho Chi-hoon’s 9-dan championship in the official Nihon Kiwon event increased to 76 times. He broke his own record for the most times (2nd place was 71 by Yuta Iyama, 9th Dan).

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