Shin Jin-seo, GS Caltex Cup 6th straight victory bubble

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Lost to Baek Hong-seok in the round of 16,

losing 30 consecutive wins right in front of his eyes,

and ending his 6-year winning challenge,

Baek Hong-seok, who became the main character of an accident

“The strategy to harass as much as possible

gave unbelievable results”

Shin Jin-seo, 9th Dan, called the ‘GS Caltex Cup Man’ collapsed. It was even more shocking because he had been sprinting for 41 consecutive months and winning 29 consecutive wins in Korea. It is said to be the biggest surprise in the Korean Go tournament this year.

On the 12th, in the round of 16 of the 28th GS Caltex Championship held at the Go TV studio in Seongdong-gu, Seoul, Baek Hong-seok, 9th Dan, defeated Shin Jin-seo, 9th Dan. It’s only 2 hours, 18 parts, and 187 moves.토스카지노

With just one defeat, Shin Jin-seo’s winning streak stopped at ’29’, and the GS Caltex Cup 6th consecutive challenge ended. Fortunately, this year’s win rate fell slightly to 92.16%, but he continued to record the highest win rate ever in Korea, surpassing the record he set in 2020 (88.37%).

Baek Hong-seok suffered 5 consecutive losses against Shin Jin-seo, but with this victory, he won 2 in a row. Prior to this tournament, Baek Hong-seok also laughed at the KB League in January 2021.

Baek Hong-seok said, “I can’t believe it. He must have been too tired, so I asked him to make it as difficult as possible by harassing him, but it seems to have happened. It was an all-in operation, and I thought it was wrong because I was mistaken in the middle, but I saw that it was okay in my life.” Then, he confessed the secret to winning, saying, “I thought of putting it where I wanted rather than leaving it as it is known.”

Baek Hong-seok, a 23-year-old professional player who made his professional debut in 2001, is a veteran who won the 4th BC Card World Baduk Championship in 2012 and the TV Baduk Asian Championship in the same year. Lately, he has been focusing on TV commentary rather than the big game, but on this day, he showed his potential to break down the world’s strongest Shin Jin-seo.

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