Korean Go’s “absolute number one,” Shin Shin-seo, 9, has won his fourth consecutive Yongseong.

Shin Shin-seo defeated Park Gun-ho 7th dan in 275 moves in the second game of the third round of the 6th Yongseong Final at the Korea Origin Go TV Studio in Majang-ro, Seongdong-gu, on Friday.

With this victory, Shin Shin-seo, who improved his overall record to 2-0, won the Yongseong title for the fourth consecutive year.

In the first game, Park Gun-ho had the advantage after taking the first move, but Shin Shin-seo attacked the upper ranked bishop to turn the tide and secure the victory 카지노.

Shin Shin-seo now leads the head-to-head record against Park Gun-ho with six wins.

After his victory, Shin Shin-seo said, “I thought I should practice shorthand go after I won the Ng Cee Bae, but I thought that rest came first, so I rested enough.” “From now on, I will work hard to prepare for the Asian Games,” he said.

“I’m not greedy because I’ve accomplished many of my goals in domestic tournaments, and if I play in the next Yongseongjeon, I want to play a good game,” he said.

Sponsored by the Japan Go Long Channel, the 6th Yongseong is worth 30 million won for the winner and 12 million won for the runner-up.

All games will be played in a time-accumulation system (Fisher method), with 30 minutes for each game and 20 seconds of extra time.