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The latest news of the lg cup go game: Ke Jie leads the Chinese four to the top 16

The latest news of the lg cup go game: Ke Jie leads the Chinese four to the top 16
The latest news of the lg cup go game: Ke Jie leads China’s four generals to the top 16 Xinhua News Agency, Beijing, June 2nd. The 25th LG Cup World Go Chess Battle will stage a number of China and South Korea matchups on the 2nd. In the end, Ke Jie and Tang Weixing, Yang Dingxin and Lian Xiao defeated South Korean players and advanced to the top 16.  Due to the impact of the new crown pneumonia epidemic, the LG Cup Top 32 took online play.On the 1st day, the first day of contention for China and South Korea was strong. Park Ting-Hwan, Jiang Dongrun, Bian Xiangyi, Li Dongxun, Li Taixian, Shen Mincheng, and Yuan Shengqin all 7 Korean players won.  On the 2nd, there were 5 sets of China-South Korea matchups. Lian Xiao defeated Li Yingjiu in the hands of the black 155 in the unfavorable start, and made a start for China.Since then, Ke Jie, the first Chinese Go player, faced South Korea’s newcomer Pu Jianhao and took charge of the black dragon to win his opponent.  In a game between world champions, Tang Weixing held a black midfielder with a counter-attack to win the game. Yi Zhi defeated South Korea’s seed chess player Jin Zhixi with 167 hands.In another match, Yang Dingxin held the black 189 hand and defeated Xie Yanyi. The only victory of the Korean chess player that day was Hong Ji-duo defeating Chinese player Li Xuanhao.(Reporters Wang Haoyu, Wang Jingyu) Original title: LG Cup Ke Jie leads China’s four generals to the top 16