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World Baduk 3rd and 8th place Junghwan Park and Sangil Byun face off for the right to qualify for the individual event

Park Jung-hwan, 9th Dan, is ranked 3rd in the world rankings (Go Ratings) as of the 17th, and Byeon Sang-il, 9th, is 8th. However, in the 19th Hangzhou Asian Games men’s baduk individual competition, only one of the two can participate.

Byun Sang-il, 9p, won a black disqualification in 171 moves from Shin Min-joon, 9p, ranked 14th in the world rankings, in the final round of the 2nd round, 3rd round, in the Hangzhou Asian Games men’s national team selection match.

The previous day, Byeon Sang-il, 9th Dan, lost in the 1st station in the 3rd round, but succeeded in making a 1-1 tie by winning in the 2nd station. He won the final match and defeated Shin Min-joon, 9th Dan.

Park Jeong-hwan (left) 9th Dan, Byeon Sang-il 9th ​​Dan. Photo = Korea Kiwon
The quota for each country in the Hangzhou 안전놀이터Asian Games for men’s individual baduk is two. While Shin, 9th Dan, ranked No. 1 in the world, has been granted the right to participate, the final round of selection between Jeonghwan Park, 9th Dan, and Sangil Byeon, 9th Dan, scheduled for June, will reveal the remaining protagonist.

The Asian Games Go event will be held from September 24th to October 3rd at the Hangzhou Branch International Exchange Center in China.

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