In other matches, China and South Korea competed against Ding Haolike Shenzhen-bao, Fan Tingyu and Yan Yuting to reach the top 16. Japanese chess player Yili Liao defeated Lu Liyan. Among the top 16, China holds 10 seats, South Korea 5 seats and Japan 1 seat, including 7 world champions. It is reported that the 16 finals will start at 12:30 noon on October 13 in the Chinese chess academy.
Source of this article: Netease Sports Responsible Editor: Zhao Ruiqi_NB12596