(source: autumn sound of Lao Xiao's playing chess)
The first stage of the new Nongshim Cup is full of vigor, and all four games have been completed. Fan Tingyu, the pioneer of the Chinese team, failed to make the team and lost to the pioneer Hong Ji-pyo of the South Korean team. In the second game, the Japanese team pioneer Xu Jiayuan showed off his strength and defeated Hong Ji-piao, giving the Japanese team, which had already obtained bye benefits, an advantage. The third game is very important for the Chinese team. If it loses again, the first stage will be nothing, and the entire game will be passive. Leaping out of the horse is Gu Zihao, who is ranked second in China's latest ranking. He fought against Xu Jiayuan in a fierce battle with a big disadvantage, and forced Xu Jiayuan's illusion that a big corner of black chess suddenly died. However, because of various uses, Xu Jiayuan's situation was not bad at the time, but the Japanese pioneer Fang Cun who was hit was in chaos, and the attack on the white chess dragon failed. This is Koo Zihao's first official appearance in the Nongshim Cup. He was previously qualified to represent the Chinese team in the 20th session, but the Chinese team had won the championship ahead of time.
After Gu Zihao won his first victory in the Nongshim Cup and the first victory of the Chinese team this year, he stabilized the Chinese team. The last game of the first stage was the South Korean team's offensive. Their second team was in the Nongshim Cup. Jiang Dongyun, the two-time world champion who had outstanding performance in Shanghai.
Jiang Dongyun has played in the Nongshim Cup five times before, with a total record of 9 wins and 5 losses. In particular, he reached a five-game winning streak in the 10th session, and won two games in the 15th and 16th sessions. The last time he played in the Nongshim Cup was the 18th, and he was drowned in Fan Tingyu's seven-game winning streak.
This time in the Nongshim Cup, Jiang Dongyun, who was born in 1989, has been regarded as a "veteran". He was defeated in the final round of the Korean qualifiers, but won the only wild card, which shows the expectations of the Korean chess world .
Did Koo Zi-ho achieve his second straight victory, or did Kang Dong-yun raise his total number of wins in the Nongshim Cup history to double digits?
The fourth round of the 22nd Nongshim Cup
Black: Jiang Dongrun Jiuduan (Korea)
black: Jiang dong如NJ IU段 (Korea)
Bai: Gu Zihao Jiuduan (China)
black paste 6 and a half eyes
188 hands in total
White in the game
Match date: October 16, 2020
Game location: Internet
Jiang Dongyun is currently ranked sixth in South Korea. The battle between him and Koo Zihao can be regarded as a contest between China and South Korea. This is the first time the two have faced each other in a formal event.
Jiang Dongyun guessed that black moves first.
The start was very ordinary.
White 12:33, black 15, 17 offering Mi's flying knives.
Black 27 is a relatively concise change, white 28 is established, and white 34 is inevitable.
Black 35 is active.
Bai 36 is unexpected. Gu Zihao seems to have his own research.
White 40 is pressing on the right side, and Black 41 is able to point up on the upper left, feeling that White is not cheap.
White 48 is the first to challenge the upper right black.
白2 Turn back to the upper left corner.
to black 15 is roughly the shape.
White 16 or less stable.
Black 21 off feels a bit slow.
After White flew 28, black was meaningless, and Gu Zihao was optimistic.
Black 29 asks to eat the top white chess, White 30 ignores it, wise.
Black 31 reinforces, White 32 takes off first to grab the big game, Gu Zihao played very clearly.
He 37 returns to the bottom right.
White 42 has slowed down, and it’s good to split it down below.
When Black 43 points, White 44 flies again and again. There are many wrongs in chess.
Black 45 continues to expand mid-belly.
White 48 and 50 are cheaper.
White 6 is sticky, and the 21 points below are the main points.
Black 7 didn't go down, it seems that Jiang Dongyun feels that the situation is not good, and starts fighting.
The two sides set their shape delicately on the left. Black got the first move at the cost of allowing White to go thick. Black 21 reached the tip and the situation was stuck.
White 24 flies for survival.
Black 25 is too late, white 26 pull! Does Gu Zihao refuse to do simple tasks here?
It's very straightforward to make a 28-bit break for Black 27, and the conversion is a profit for Black.
Actual combat Jiang Dongyun pursues higher, but the changes are also complicated.
Black 31 is connected, and the two sides are riding tigers. In fact, it is better to go through 36 places with this hand.
The actual combat results show that Gu Zihao is more in-depth here.
Black 39 I don’t know if I can take a 40-bit turn? Black's 43 backhand takes the corner and is completely contacted by the white chess player.
White 46 is even cheaper.
Black 1 makes up, white 2 eats and black 3 gives way.
White 4 lifted two pieces, Gu Zihao has a lot of chess and is already in control.
Black 17 gave up the slight possibility of taking the upper side, and the chess game has no waves.
White 36 is still the first move, and black is in pain.
White 38 is connected, and Jiang Dongyun throws his child.
Koo Zihao made another level and won the Nongshim Cup two consecutive victories. Jiang Dongyun was temporarily missed in double figures in the Nongshim Cup wins. In the first stage, the three countries had their own gains in the four games of chess. The Chinese team came from behind, and the competition behind should be more intense. The second stage of the event will be held from November 20th to 24th in five rounds. Can Gu Zihao play another seven-game winning streak for the Chinese team? ~