Its Kang Dong-yoon, Ranked 5th and Defeated Ke Jie

Kang Dong-yoon, Ranked 5th in Korea, Defeated Ke Jie, Ranked 1st in China, and Advanced to the Quarterfinals of the Lanke Cup

Shin Jin-seo, Byun Sang-il, and Park Jung-hwan, ranked 1st to 3rd, also joined the quarterfinals.

Korean Baduk captured four places in the quarterfinals at the Lanke Cup hosted by China.

In the round of 16 of the 2nd Quzhou Lanke Cup World Baduk Open held in Quzhou, Zhejiang Province, China on the 27th,

Korea’s 9th dan Shin Jin-seo, Byun Sang-il, Park Jung-hwan, and Kang Dong-yoon won and advanced to the quarterfinals. 온라인카지노

The biggest interest on this day was the match between veteran Kang Dong-yoon (35),

9th dan, ranked 5th in Korea, and Ke Jie (26), 9th dan, ranked first in China.

Kang Dong-yoon took the lead in the early stages,

but suffered a defeat after allowing a reversal in the middle.

However, in the final battle, Ke Jie took advantage of his guard down and devastated the opponent’s camp at Sangbian,

leading to a thrilling comeback victory.

Kang Dong-yoon’s overall record against Ke Jie is 4 wins and 5 losses.

Shin Jin-seo, Byeon Sang-il, and Park Jeong-hwan,

9th dan players ranked 1st to 3rd in the Korean rankings,

also declared victory by defeating Chinese players.

Shin Jin-seo won by default against 8th dan Zhang Tao, and 9th dan Byun Sang-il won against 8th dan Jang Ki-run.

Park Jeong-hwan, 9th dan, achieved a dramatic semi-final victory after a fierce battle with the powerful Shaker 9th dan and advanced to the quarterfinals.

Japanese female knight Asami Ueno, 8th dan, who caused a sensation in this tournament,

was eliminated in the round of 16 after losing to 9th dan Gu Zihao on this day.

Four Korean players, three Chinese players, and one Japanese player advanced to the quarterfinals.

As a result of the draw for the quarterfinals after the match on this day, three Korea-China matches,

including Shin Jin-seo vs. Yang Ding-xin, Park Jung-hwan vs. Gu Zi-hao, and Kang Dong-yoon vs. Ding Hao, and one Korea-Japan match between Byun Sang-il and Iyama Yuta were concluded.

The quarterfinals will be held in Xinjiang, China, next month.

The prize money for the Lanke Cup winner is 1.8 million yuan (about 340 million won), and the prize money for the runner-up is 600,000 yuan.

The time limit is 5 1-minute countdowns for each 2 hours.

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