Byeon Sang-il Clashes with She Er Hao at Shilla Ramen on the 19th

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Byeon Sang-il clashes with She Er Hao at Shilla Ramen on the 19th… Korea, challenge for first win


Seo Bong-soo receives a stone plaque from China’s Liu Shao-gwang in his first appearance as Baeksan Wanted

Byeon Sang-il, 9th dan, ranked 3rd in the Korean Baduk rankings, is attempting for his first victory at the Nongshim Shilla Ramyun Cup, a national competition.

The Korea Baduk Association announced on the 18th that 9-dan Byeon Sang-il will play against China’s 9-dan She Erhao in the 25th Nongshim Shin Ramyun Cup World Baduk Finals finals held at the Korean Cultural Center in Beijing, China at 3 p.m. on the 19th.

The Nongshim Shin Ramyun Cup, known as the ‘Three Kingdoms of Baduk’, is a national competition in which five players each from Korea, China, and Japan compete to determine the winning team through a series of wins in which the winning knight is kept and the losing knight is eliminated. 카지노사이트위키

Seol Hyun-jun, 8th dan, participated in Korea’s first competition held on the 17th, but lost to 9th dan Xu Jiayuan, representing Japan.

Xu Jiayuan lost to China’s She Erhao in the 2nd match held on the 18th.

So the match on the 19th will be a match between Korea and China.

Korea’s second runner, Byun Sang-il, is a strong player who won the Chunran Cup last July and won a major world championship title, but he performed particularly poorly in the Shin Ramyun Cup.

So far, he has participated in the Shin Ramyun Cup finals three times, but has not won a single game and recorded only three losses.

His overall record against She Erhao is tightly balanced with 3 wins and 3 losses.

Korea, which is attempting to win the Shilla Ramen Cup for the fourth time in a row, is looking forward to Byun Sang-il’s first victory.

In the 2nd round of the first Nongshim Baeksan Cup World Baduk Senior Championship held this morning.

9-dan Seo Bong-su lost to China’s 9-dan Liu Shao-gwang by one and a half games in 319 moves.

Seo Bong-su created an advantageous situation at one point in the middle of the game, but he let loose and allowed the opponent to chase, leading to a reversal.

In the 5th Jinro Cup, a national competition in 1996, when he was at his peak.

He set a record of 9 consecutive wins, the highest ever, but in this streak, which he played again after 27 years, he failed to achieve a single win and lost.

It was his first loss against Liu Shao-gwang after two straight wins.

The Baeksan Cup is a national competition in which four knights born before 1969 from Korea, China, and Japan each compete to determine the winner through consecutive wins.

In the Baeksan Most Wanted 3 Kingdoms held on the 19th, Liu Shao-gwang will attempt his third consecutive win against Japan’s 9th dan Naoto Hikosaka.

The winning prize for the Shin Ramyun Cup is 500 million won, and the driver who wins three times in a row will receive a prize of 10 million won.

The prize money for winning the Baeksan Cup is 180 million won, and if you win three times in a row, you will receive 5 million won.


Byeon Sang-il Clashes with She Er Hao at Shilla Ramen on the 19thultima modifica: 2023-12-07T15:24:56+01:00da casinositewiki

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