China’s leading go player, 9th dan Xue Hao, has won five consecutive games on the Nongshim board.Sheilhao defeated Japan’s Ryo Ichiriki 9th dan in 230 moves in the sixth game of the second round of the 25th Nongshim Shin Ramyun Go World Championship at Hotel Nongshim in Busan, South Korea.Since the second round in Beijing, China, last October, Sheilhao has won five straight games, defeating Xu Zhaian, Byun Sang-il, Shibano Toramaru, Won Sung-jin, and Ichiriki.Taking the white on this occasion, Shenghao gained a slight advantage in the early stages.Ichiriki turned the tide at one point in the middle game with a strong attack on the left back hemp.In the closing moves of the game, however, Sheilhao was able to recover and capture the black king on the left side of the board to end the game. In the second game of the day, Korea’s No. 2 player, Park Jung-hwan 9, will try to stop Sheilhao’s winning streak.Park holds a 4-4 head-to-head record against Sheilhao.
The Nongshim Shin Ramen Bae is a national tournament in which five players each from Korea, China, and Japan compete in a best-of-three series in which the winner stays and the loser is eliminated .South Korea’s eighth-ranked Seol Hyun-joon and ninth-ranked Byun Sang-il and Won Sung-jin were eliminated from the tournament without a win, leaving only the No. 1-2 ranked pair of Shin Shin-seo and Park Jung-hwan .China’s entire team, including 9-players Qiu Ze, Ding Hao, Guo Zhihao, and Zhao Tianyu, survived thanks to the performance of Xu Shehao. Japan is left with two players, Yuta Iyama 9th dan and Yu Shiqi 8th dan .In total, Korea has won the Nongshim Bae 15 times, China eight times, and Japan once. The prize money for the Nongshim Bae is 500 million won. A player who wins three consecutive games will receive a streak prize of 10 million won. For each additional win after the three consecutive wins, an additional 10 million won will be awarded. The time limit is one hour 카지노사이트 and one second reading for each player.