(Source: People's Daily Online)
People's Daily Online, Beijing, October 12th (Guan Ruohan) On October 12th, the second "Sports Lottery Cup" China Shaoxing (Shengzhou) King of the Kings Go Tournament finals ended in Shengzhou. Ke Jie defeated Tang Weixing in the middle of the final and won the championship.
A total of eight players participated in this tournament. They were the world champions or national champions in 2019. They were Xie Erhao, the champion of the first King of the King Go Tournament, Yang Dingxin, the 23rd "LG Cup" champion, and the 24th " "Samsung Cup" champion Tang Weixing, the 4th "Bailing Cup" champion Ke Jie, the 32nd celebrity battle champion Mi Yuting, the 33rd Tianyuan tournament champion Lian Xiao, the 2019 CCTV fast chess tournament champion Ding Hao, the 21st "Ah Fan Tingyu, champion of Han Tongshan Cup. This competition system changed from the first double elimination system to the single elimination system. A total of three rounds were played to determine the final "king of kings".
In the first round, Ke Jie defeated Mi Yuting in black. In an offensive and defensive battle in the mid-game, Mi Yuting made a miscalculation and was on the verge of defeat. In the second round, Ke Jie guessed the black game again. Facing Fan Tingyu, Ke Jie staged a perfect solitary cure. In the chaotic and fuzzy situation, Ke Jie did not make any obvious mistakes, showing super comprehensive ability.
In the final, Ke Jie faced Tang Weixing, and the two played very fiercely. In the battle, Tang Weixing, who had always been a "big heart", showed a "faint move". Ke Jie seized the opportunity to dispatch the white dragon on the left. Tang Weixing, who was on the offensive, instantly became In a passive defensive state, the so-called "A careless move is a full game." Tang Weixing had no chance after that, and the overall situation was 154 shots.
So far, Ke Jie won the second "Sports Lottery Cup" China Shaoxing (Shengzhou) King of the King Go Championship. Sponsored by the Chinese Go Association and the Shaoxing Sports Bureau, and undertaken by the Zhejiang Go Association and the People's Government of Shengzhou City, Zhejiang Province. The championship prize was 700,000 yuan and the runner-up was 200,000 yuan.