Choi reclaims top spot…wins second straight over Fujisawa in final

Choi Jeong 9-dan (27) has reached the top of the Wu Cheng Wen Bae.
Choi defeated Japan’s Rina Fujisawa (25) by a hundred moves in 158 moves in the second game of the third final of the 6th World Women’s Go Championship at the Wu Chengyuan Hall in Fuzhou, China, on Wednesday.

The prize money was 500,000 yuan ($90,000).
Choi has won the tournament three times, including the second and fourth titles.

He also holds both the prestigious international Senko and Wu Chengyuan titles. 카지노사이트가이드
Choi pressured her opponent’s black in a midgame left-handed battle and captured the black hemp to secure the win.

The A.I. predictions gave White an advantage of more than 42 points in the endgame.
After winning Game 1 the day before, Choi said, “I’m in good shape.

I feel more relaxed after winning Game 1, so I think I can play better in Game 2,” he said, and his performance proved it.

In terms of their head-to-head record, Choi was one step ahead with 13 wins and 4 losses.
Organized by the China Go Association and the Fuzhou Municipal People’s Government, Wu Chengwenbai’s runner-up prize is 200,000 yuan.

The time limit is two hours and five one-minute second readings.

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