Sumire Nakamura Loses Without Defeat in her First Match

Sumire Loses Without Defeat in her First Match Against ‘Idol’ Park Jung-hwan… 2 Consecutive Losses After Transfer

Sumire Nakamura (15, 3rd dan), a Japanese Go prodigy who moved to Korea, unfortunately lost in his first match against 9th dan Park Jeong-hwan, whom he considered his idol.

Nakamura 3-dan lost to Park Jeong-hwan in the second round of the 5th Sawalcosanol Best Knight Finals final held at K Baduk Studio in Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do on the 11th in 161 moves. 온라인카지노

As a result, Nakamura suffered two consecutive losses and failed to hunt for his first win since moving to Korea Kiwon.

Nakamura was balanced in the starting position against Park Jung-hwan, the second ranked Korean player, but his situation became unfavorable after a close match between right and left.

Nakamura, feeling defeated, tried to make amends on the left side, but when it was not possible, he ended up throwing a stone.

After the match, 9th dan Park Jeong-hwan said, “Sumire seemed very nervous and under pressure.”

Sumire Nakamura said, “It was strange from the beginning, but I think we lost after the gang fight,” and “I think I was more nervous (than the first country).”

Nakamura, who joined Nihon Kiwon at the age of 10 through a special selection for gifted players in April 2019, is a promising Go player who won the 26th Women’s Tournament in February 2023 and set the record for the youngest title in Nippon Kiwon’s history.

However, Nakamura began his career as a journalist in Korea in earnest in March of this year after applying for a transfer to the Korea Times as a guest engineer in August of last year.

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