I arrived in Shanghai in the evening of June 21, 2011. Two weeks have already passed since the Shanghai Go Camp started, and the time has gone by so quickly. Everything so far has been very nice. It looks like the tough part will start now.
This article is part of the series: Top 20 Go Players of 2010. Today I’d like to introduce the only two players in the top 20 whom An Younggil (8p), who has been covering this series, hasn't met or played personally.
Simulate playing Go (a strategic board game for two players) wherever whenever with a touch of technology. The styling uses the traditional calligraphy and painting of the open-book system and the OLED board can be rolled up like a scroll and conveniently transported. Endless entertainment.
This game was the final of the Bosai Cup between Gu Li (9p) and Iyama Yuta (9p). Both players defeated Lee Sedol (9p) before this game. Iyama played this game wonderfully. White 112 was the winning move.
This is a commentary of the fourth game from the finals of the 3rd BC Card Cup, between Gu Li (9p) and Lee Sedol (9p). A fight began at move 20, and the fighting never stopped until almost the end of the game.
This game is from a preliminary match in the 16th Samsung Cup, between Joanne Missingham (5p) and Park Jieun (9p). These two played a game in the final of the Bingsheng Cup last September (2010), and Park won that game to take the title.
Fourteen years after Deep Blue stole Garry Kasparov’s crown — and in the wake of Watson’s triumph on the classic game show Jeopardy — some of the world’s top computer scientists are still struggling to best top-level players in the simple board game called Go.
This article is taken from the third chapter of the book My Views on Go by Cho Chikun. It was quoted in its entirety in the book Korean Baduk Classic Life and Death Drills by Li Ang as “The Significance of Go Life and Death Drills 围棋死活训练的意义”.
On June 1 2011, China's Baoxiang Bai won the 32 World Amateur Go Championship (WAGC) with a triumphant clean sweep of 8 wins. South Korea's Woo Soo Choi finished in second place with an impressive 7 wins - losing only to Bai in round 5.
The next two players in the Top 20 Go Players of 2010 are Lee Changho (9p) and Qiu Jun (8p). Lee Changho is the most well-known player in the Go world today, and his career is extraordinary. Qiu Jun became a pro when he was 12 in 1994.
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