Choi Kyu Byung, 9th dan, gave Korea its first victory in the Nongshim Baeksan Manhunt.
Choi Kyu-byung defeated Japan’s Naoto Hikosaka in 274 moves with a black 12-game victory in the fourth round of the inaugural Nongshim Baeksan Manhunt World Senior Go Championship at the Korean Cultural Center in Beijing, China, on Tuesday.
Choi started at a disadvantage in the early stages of the tournament, but after attacking white in the middlegame, he managed to capture hemp and win the game.
At the end of the day’s action, only Seo Bong-soo 9-dan, the first runner-up, was eliminated for South Korea, leaving Choi Kyu-byung and Cho Hoon-hyun-Yoo Chang-hyuk 9-dan, while China retained three players in Ye Weiping-Ma Xiaochun-Cao Daoyuan 9-dan, and Japan only two players in Takemiya Masaki and Yoda Norimoto 9-dan.
Choi will face China’s Qiao Daoyuan 9th dan in the second round of the tournament, which resumes on February 19 in Shanghai, China. They have met twice in their career, with Choi winning both times. The prize pool for the Baeksan Manhunt is 180 million won. A player who wins three games in a row will receive a streak 카지노사이트킹 prize of 5 million won.