Yamashita Keigo takes one back in the 52th Oza title match against
title holder Cho U.
Yamashita Keigo trashes Hane Naoki 3-0 in the 30th Tengen title
match. An unexpected easy win considering their last years match
was a close one.
The preliminaries to decide the challenger for the 16th Kisung title
(in the hands of Choi CheolHan) is on its way. Some suprises already
such as Rui Naiwei's win over Lee ChangHo and Cho HanSung's loss to
Seo GunWoo, 1p.
The final of the 9th Samsung Cup will feature Wang Xi (beating
Zhou Heyyang 2-0) and Lee SeDol (beating Gu Li 2-1).
The final starts the 7th of December.
Cho U, title holder of the Oza title takes a comfortable lead
against challenger Yamashita Keigo in their best of five.
Challenger Cho U [jp] took the 29th Meijin title from
title holder Yoda Norimoto [jp] by winning the 6th game.
He has three titles now: Meijin, Honinbo and Oza.
Today, the 2nd of November you can play the new Shin-Jin-O
(see news item below) in the 2nd installment of IGS-PandaNet
Your opponent will be Mizokami Tomochika [jp] (29th Shin-Jin-O)
and you will have the help of Shinji Takako, 8p (27th Shin-Jin-O)
once in a while, so what can possibly go wrong this time?