Shin Jin-seo wins by catching black in station 1, Ing-ssi-bae, finishes with white in station 2
The 7th class of bonus Eung Si-bae, the overall win rate of the final round bag is 19 wins and 17 losses
Shin Jin-seo (23), 9P, who is trying to win the first championship,
took the priority to choose black and white in the final 1st round stone match against Sheke (23),
9P held in Shanghai, China on the 21st.
Most officials expected Shin Jin-seo to choose Baek, of course.
According to the rules of the Korean origin, the bonus provided to the black and white is 6 and a half,
but the Chinese origin and the rules of the Ing are 7 and a half,
so the general opinion of professional players is that the white is more advantageous. 카지노사이트
However, Shin Jin-seo chose black, not white, even though she had priority in station 1.
Chang Hao, chairman of the China Crisis Association, who presided over the opening ceremony,
asked Shin Jin-seo as if he had not heard.
Shin Jin-seo said after the 1st station was over, “(Black or white) I think it’s similar, but if I lost the 1st station,
I wanted to leave the 2nd station a little more comfortable (with an advantage in white).”
If you look at the black-and-white winning rate of the 1st to 8th rounds of Ing’s final series,
Baek leads with 19 wins and 17 losses.
It is a number that cannot be said to be unconditionally advantageous to White.
However, it is interesting that the win rate of white is much higher in recent years than in the early days.
The finals of the 1st and 2nd and 4th and 5th rounds,
the black win rate was high, and the 3rd and 6th to 8th rounds had a high white win rate.
In Go, black, who plays first, has an advantage because it leads the paving stone.
Because of this, black provides a bonus to white.
But recently, most of the professional players have completed research on the paving stones,
so there is an analysis that there is no big advantage for black.
In particular, since Google Deepmind’s artificial intelligence (AI) AlphaGo, which shocked the global Go world in 2016,
as professional players have become more active in research on paving stones through AI,
the first-come-first-served effect of black has significantly decreased.
National Go coach Mok Jin-seok said, “We didn’t discuss in advance that if we had priority in country 1,
we should choose black, but I think Shin Jin-seo wanted to make the second country a little more comfortable.”
It’s clear,” he explained.
Looking back on the situation, Shin Jin-seo seems to have hit the ‘base of drainage’ by catching black in the 1st station.
Shin Jin-seo, who won a thrilling come-from-behind victory in the first country,
also shows her determination to decide the game with a more advantageous bag in the second country.
If the result of 2 countries is 1 win and 1 loss, both players will go back to black and white in the final 3 countries.
Cup Finals Chart
◇ All-time Ingsi Cup finals black and white win/loss chart (black standard)
│Competition │Black standard final win/loss │
│1st │3-2 │
│2nd │3-2 │
│3 times │1 win 3 losses │
│4 times │3 wins 1 loss │
│5 times │3 wins 1 loss │
│6 times │2 wins 3 losses │
│7 times │1 wins 3 losses │
│8 times │1 win 4 losses │