Ko Jie was defeated by Park Tinghuan in the semi-final of Chunlan Cup.

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 Ko Jie was defeated by Park Tinghuan in the semi-final of Chunlan Cup.


Ko Jie of this bureau guessed that it was bad luck to hold the black first. Basically, the match between the two players was between who won the game and who won the game in white chess. The AI routines of both sides started with an unusual change in the top right corner of the game. The game naturally developed towards the pattern of black chess and white chess, which Ko Jie liked.

The double flying swallows in the lower left corner were the first contact battle between the two sides. The conception of White Chess 58 and 62 was obviously wrong. They were rushed out of White Chess by Black Chess 63 and immediately fell into passivity. Black chess handles both sides first, and goes to 81 points to destroy the appearance of white chess. Black chess has a concise advantage. But at the disadvantage, Park Tinghuan exerted his strong point of view of the overall situation and seized the excessive empty-grabbing tactics of Black Chess 89 and 91 in the above battles. He launched a fierce attack on Black Chess 81, which immediately lost its initiative.

Due to the inactivity of black chess on the top, black chess can not exert its strength in the face of the combination of 110 and 112 points in the lower right corner of white chess, and is scored again locally by white chess. Next, when the discarded pieces of white chess take advantage of the position, the black 155 made another mistake, leaving a heavy fight in part, and the advantage of white chess by attacking the top black chess became more and more obvious. However, Park Tinghuan also made mistakes in the dominant situation. White chess 172 and 176 slowed down. Black chess did the robbery in the upper and lower right corner. White chess could not beat black chess, and the situation was reversed again. Unfortunately, Ko Jie was a little soft-handed in the right-hand robbery, which led to Baiqi pulling closer to the situation, and then 229 fatal official errors. White did not give Black any chance, and steadily maintained the half-eye advantage to the end. With the victory of this bureau, Park Tinghuan defeated his old rival Ko Jie and entered the final of Chunlan Cup. In another semi-final, Park Yongxun defeated Dang Yifei, so that Korean chess players won the second place in the Chunlan Cup ahead of schedule. Source: Netease Sports Author: Zhou Nan Responsible Editor: Liu Jie_NS6529

With the victory of this bureau, Park Tinghuan defeated his old rival Ko Jie and entered the final of Chunlan Cup. In another semi-final, Park Yongxun defeated Dang Yifei, so that Korean chess players won the second place in the Chunlan Cup ahead of schedule.