Shin Jin-seo Defeats Byeon Sang-il in the LG Cup Final

Shin Jin-seo Defeats Byeon Sang-il in the LG Cup Final, Taking the Lead

On the verge of winning his sixth major championship.

Final 2 will continue on the 31st.

Shin Shin-seo, 9th dan, got off to a good start toward his sixth major championship. 카지노

Jin-seo Shin defeated Byun Sang-il, 9th dan, in 252 moves in the 28th LG Cup Chosun Ilbo Finals 3rd 1st Country

held at Korea Kiwon in Majang-ro, Seongdong-gu on the 29th.

Shin Jin-seo

Shin Jin-seo, who succeeded in dominating the baseline,

needs just one more win in the remaining two or three countries to achieve his third LG Cup victory.

Jin-seo Shin has won five major world championships, including the LG Cup.

On this day, the first team of the finals was a bloody close match with half the place being fought until the middle.

However, Shin Jin-seo, who took advantage of Byeon Sang-il’s mistake in the lower left corner and gained the upper hand,

was slightly ahead until the last minute.

Byeon Sang-il sought change, but when there was no possibility of overturning the situation, he threw a stone.

Byun Sang-il

After the match, Shin Jin-seo said, “I felt slightly good, but it was difficult until the end,” and expressed his determination,

“I made it to the finals with difficulty, and since I won the first game in the finals with difficulty, I really want to win.”

With his victory on this day, Shin Jin-seo took a significant lead over Byun Sang-il with a total of 36 wins and 7 losses,

including his 14th consecutive win.

The second final will be held at the same location at 10 a.m. on the 31st.

If the score is tied at 1 win and 1 loss, the winner will be determined in the final three countries on February 1st.

The LG Cup winner’s prize money is 300 million won, and the runner-up prize money is 100 million won.

The time limit is 5 40-second countdowns for 3 hours each.

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