LG qualifies the Lee Chang-ho and slays the dragon’s female general
On April 20th, the round of 16 of the 25th LG Cup Korea Qualifiers will continue, in a live TV focus battleIn the game, the 44-year-old "Stone Buddha" Lee Chang-ho, a South Korean Go legend, led the female player Song Hye in slaying the dragon.
Recently affected by the new crown pneumonia epidemic, the 25th LG Cup South Korea qualifiers are mostly played on computers. However, there will be several focus matches live on TV in each round. The players of these games still play on the board.
Lee Changho makes a decisive move
Song Huiling in the competition
The 44-year-old South Korean Go legend, "Stone Buddha" Lee Chang-ho, played this round against the female player Song Hye-ling. This game was also selected for live TV. During Lee Chang-ho's heyday, the style of chess was steady and meticulous, but with the constant impact of young players, Shifo's style of chess became more intense. In this game, he showed the "King Kong glaring" side, and suddenly exerted his force in the mid-game stage, killing the dragon.
Picture 1 : Both sides have offensive and defensive at the beginning. White made a big jump in a triangle, and faintly attacked black and moved down to the right. Unexpectedly, Li Chang-ho would break directly at 1, 3, counter-defense as offense.
Picture 2: In the final screen of the game, the big dragons on the upper right side of the white chess were all killed and suffered heavy losses. After only 105 moves, Song Huiling conceded the loss.
Song Hye-ling was born on February 14, 1997, 23 years old this year, is a new generation of beautiful Korean chess players, but unfortunately this game is not well played and missed the promotion.