Shin Shin-seo (24), the reigning Korean Go champion, swept the top spots in the first half of the year in terms of winning percentage, winning streak and prize money.

Park Jung-hwan, the No. 2 player in the rankings, surpassed Shin Shin-seo in the most wins category.

On August 8, Korea Origin announced the results of the first half of the year, with Shin Shin-seo ranking first with 40 wins, 6 losses, and a winning percentage of 86.96%.

Shin Shin-seo also won 11 consecutive matches twice in the first half of the year, marking the third consecutive year of winning streaks.

During the same period, Park Jung-hwan became the top prolific player with 44 wins and 13 losses.

Park won the second 5-6-7 Joint Timing Korean Origin Championship in March, marking his return from a 23-month absence.

In terms of prize money, Shin Shin-seo is the overwhelming leader, having earned 839 million won in the first half of the year alone.

After topping the $300 million LG Bae and leading South Korea to an upset victory in the national event, the Nongshim Shin Ramyun Bae, Shin earned more than $270 million in prize money.

He also won the Maxim Coffee Bae in Korea and played in the KB Go League and China Go League, earning about 280 million won more than the same period last year.

Second-ranked Park Jung-hwan earned 443 million won, third-ranked Byun Sang-il earned 405 million won, and 10th-ranked Won Sung-jin earned 124 million won, marking the first time in the history of the Korean Go Association that all of the top 10 players exceeded 100 million won.

Among female knights, Kim Eun-ji 9 dan is the only other top 10 player with 33 wins and 14 losses, ranking fifth in overall victories.

Oh Yoo-jin 9th ranked second in overall win percentage with 26 wins, 7 losses, and 78.79%.

Choi Jeong 9-dan topped the women’s prize money list with 275 million won. 카지노사이트 추천

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