Shin Shin-seo halts Sheol Hao’s 8-game winning streak, Korea wins first after 4 straight losses to Nongshim Bae

‘Guardian God’ Shin Shin-seo, 23, rescued Korean Go from the brink.Shin Shin-seo defeated China’s Xu Shehao (25) in 133 moves in the final game of the second round of the 25th Nongshim Shin Ramen Bae World Championship at Hotel Nongshim in Busan on Thursday.The victory saved South Korea, whose eighth-ranked Seol Hyun-jun and ninth-ranked Byun Sang-il, Won Sung-jin, and Park Jung-hwan had failed to win a single game in the tournament.Shin Shin-seo, who was black on the day, took control of the game from the start, pushing Sheng Hao hard.Immediately after the endgame, Shin Shin-seo went on the offensive, boldly cutting the white king from the left side to the top side.Xin Xinxue then continued his offensive by cutting the upper and lower hemp pieces again, and Xie Shenghao was able to escape by cutting the left tail.

When she was caught again, she tried to make a switch, but as her color deepened, she threw a stone.With his first win for South Korea in this tournament, Shin Dong-seo improved his head-to-head record to 8-2.Xie Shenghao attempted to break the record for the longest winning streak in a single tournament at Nongshim, but was unable to break the barrier.Sheerhao, who had won seven consecutive games the day before, had to settle for tying the record with Fan Tingyu 9 dan in the 18th and 20th games and Yang Dingxin 9 dan in the 21st game.Shin Shin-seo extended Pajuk’s four-year winning streak at Nongshim to 11 games.He had previously won 10 in a row from 22-24 to lead Korea to the title for the third consecutive year.His 11-game winning streak is the second-longest in history, behind only Lee Chang-ho 9-dan’s 14-game winning streak as he led Korea to six 무료슬롯게임 consecutive titles from 1-6.

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