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Compensation day, finished in the end… First major world tournament championship in his life,
Chunlan Cup 3rd round finals, China's Li Xuanhao defeated 2-0

Byeon Sang-il (26), 9th Dan, 3rd in the Korean Go ranking, won his first major world championship.

On the 19th, in the 2nd country of the 3rd round of the 14th Chunran Cup World Professional Baduk Championships held in Chongqing, China, Byeon Sang-il succeeded China’s 5th ranked Li Xuan-hao (28), 9th Dan, in 212 moves. 바카라사이트

Byeon Sang-il, who had won in the first country two days ago, rose to the top of the Chunran Cup with a 2-0 overall record.

Byeon Sang-il, who joined in January 2012, has won a total of six championships in domestic competitions and limited tournaments, such as the 2021 World Cup Championship in 2021 and the Crown Haitai Cup in 2022, but this is the first time he has won a major world tournament.

Byeon Sang-il, who caught the bag that day, continued to be in a tense situation until the middle.

The unknown match was split in the end, just like the first station.

Byun Sang-il took a slight lead by winning points at the end of the left lower ear and left side end, and then finished the right lower end in an advantageous way while Li Xuan-hao made a mistake, seizing a clear victory.

Li Xuan Hao, who was at a disadvantage, tried to build a central house to make up for the lack of practicality, but when Byeon Sang-il broke through the opponent's black dust and made a move, he eventually threw a stone.

Byeon Sang-il, who won the thrilling world championship, balanced his career against Li Xuan-hao with 3 wins and 3 losses.

With Byeon Sang-il‘s victory, Korea recently won three consecutive victories in the Chinese-hosted Chunran Cup.

The prize money for the Chunran Cup winner is $150,000 (about 192 million won), and the runner-up prize is $50,000 (about 64 million won).

The time limit is 2 hours and 30 minutes each and 5 one-minute countdowns.



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