On October 13th, the opening match of the 22nd Nongshim Shin Ramen Cup Three Kingdoms Go Challenge was played online. In the end, Hong Gi-pyo, who participated in the Nongshim Cup for the first time, defeated Fan Ting-yu and won the first victory; tomorrow, the Japanese team pioneer Xu Jiayuan attacked.
The 24-year-old Fan Tingyu 9duan ranked 4th in China's rating and represented the Chinese team in the Nongshim Cup for the 6th time. In the first 5 Nongshim Cup journeys, Fan Tingyu scored a total of 17 wins and 5 losses, and even won seven consecutive victories twice. He can undoubtedly be called the "male of the Nongshim Cup".
Hong Ki-pyo 9-dan, born in 1989, participated in the Nongshim Cup for the first time. His most brilliant career record was reaching the 2010 South Korean National Championship finals, losing 1 to 3 against Lee Chang-ho 9-dan and finishing second.
The two sides have never played against each other in a formal match before. In this game, South Korean pioneer Hong Ji-pyo took the black first. In general, the situation has been very stalemate in this game. No one has always been in the upper hand, but it is a pity that Boss Fan has been robbed. Poor handling of the dispute resulted in defeat. In the end, Hong Ji-piao won with black and successfully defended the Korean team.
The second round of competition will be held at 13:00 on October 14th. Japanese pioneer Xu Jiayuan will play against Hong Jiping. Stay tuned for Sina Sports’s live scores and live reports.
The 22nd Nongshim Shin Ramen Cup Three Kingdoms Go Tournament is an international Go tournament sponsored by the Nongshim Group. It is the world's highest level Go team tournament. The current Nongshim Cup Three Kingdoms Go Tournament still uses the ring game. The Nongshim Cup champion will receive 500 million won, and the three-game winner will be awarded 10 million won. After that, each additional win will add 10 million won.
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