From the 30th of the 27th LG Cup Chosun Ilbo King’s Final 3rd match
between Yang Dingxin and Dinghao (Hangame Baduk = Reporter Han Chang-gyu) The finals hosted by Korea without Korean players will be held. Starting on the 30th, the 27th LG Cup Chosun Ilbo King’s Final 3rd round, where Yang Dingxin 9 dan and Ding Hao 9 dan compete for the championship. The middle battle of the LG Cup final is the sixth. 먹튀검증
The final in a major world tournament without a Korean knight is the first time in two years since the 4th Mongbaekhap Cup World Baduk Open in 2021, when Miwiting-Sheker faced off. If you narrow it down to LG times, it will be after Yang Dingxin-Swee at the 23rd episode in 2019.
In this tournament, 13 players from Korea made it to the finals, a round of 24 system, and outnumbered 7 players from China, 3 players from Japan, and 1 player from Taiwan, but failed to make a finalist.
The LG Cup final will create the first major champ in 2023. 25-year-old Yang Dingxin, 9-dan, knocks the second major championship after winning the 23rd LG Cup. It is the first major final for 23-year-old Ding Hao, 9-dan.
In the latest Chinese ranking, Yang Dingxin 9th place is 3rd, and Ding Hao 9th place is 5th. The score difference is less than 4 points. Their overall record against each other is 6 wins and 6 losses. Most of the matches Yang Dingxin won were early matchups, and in most of the recent head-to-head matches, Dinghao took the victory.
The final, which will be held in China, will be held face-to-face. In the LG Cup final, it is the first face-to-face match in three years since the 24th competition. The prize money is 300 million won for the winner and 100 million won for the runner-up. In terms of the number of championships by country in the middle and middle finals, Korea and China became equal at 12 each (Japan 2 times, Taiwan 1 time).
The best score for a Korean driver was Shin Jin-seo and Kang Dong-yoon’s 9th Dan semifinals. In the semifinals, Jinseo Shin, 9p, was defeated by Dingxin Yang, 9p, and Dongyoon Kang, 9p, was defeated by Ding Hao, 9p. Defending champion Shin Jin-seo, 9-dan, lost in the semifinals, and the LG Cup tradition of not winning consecutively continued.