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Post #81 Posted: Wed May 31, 2017 12:31 am 
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And he won his 2nd round game too against Kang Dongyun 9d. He played his own 3-3 and then invaded Kang's 4-4 on move 6 and they played the same sequence as Ke vs AlphaGo game 1. Soon after he made the same cut in the wall and the fight spread across the board.

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Post #82 Posted: Wed May 31, 2017 10:34 am 
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Ke Jie will play Shin Jinseo next in the quarterfinal (on 11/11).

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Post #83 Posted: Wed May 31, 2017 6:39 pm 
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Sin jinseo said many times that he is waiting for the match against Ke jie. Sin is actually number 2 in Korea and got some national titles so he is hungry about wins in big tournaments .

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Post #84 Posted: Wed May 31, 2017 6:54 pm 
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A little bit sad that winning international tournament doesn't grant exemption from military conscription anymore as Korean baduk association reorganize itself from art to sport and only winning Asian game and Olympic games counted for receiving the privilege. Park Jungwhan is the last person to do so.

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Post #85 Posted: Fri Jun 02, 2017 10:03 am 
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No rest for Ke Jie, as he will be on the road for the first Go Rally Racing tournament. It will span two weeks and travel from Chengdong all the way to the base of Mount Everest. 6 players are divided into two groups and will play 2 matches each against each other, with the group winners playing the final match at the high altitude.

Group A: Ke Jie, Chen Yaoye, Gu Li
Group B: Mi Yutin, Tuo Jiaxi, Zhou Ruiyang

EDIT: Ke Jie won the first game against Yaoye.

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Post #86 Posted: Wed Jun 07, 2017 4:21 am 
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Strange tournament, is there some racing element to the playing, e.g. the time you use on the clock playing Go is added to your drivers racing time?

Ke Jie also beat Gu Li. And Tuo Jiaxi beat Zhou Ruiyang.

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Post #87 Posted: Wed Jun 07, 2017 10:09 am 
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Strange tournament, is there some racing element to the playing, e.g. the time you use on the clock playing Go is added to your drivers racing time?


Seems the racing part is just for fun. Don't know how tired they'll be afterward though, given MLILY Cup is right around the corner and all of them except for Gu Li will be participating.

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Post #88 Posted: Fri Jun 09, 2017 9:18 am 
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Ke Jie beat Chen Yaoye again to win the group with a game to spare. Same happened to Tuo Jiaxi in the other group. They will play for the prize of 2m RMB (~$300K).

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Post #89 Posted: Fri Jun 09, 2017 9:30 am 
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Uberdude wrote:
Strange tournament, is there some racing element to the playing, e.g. the time you use on the clock playing Go is added to your drivers racing time?

It is a strange tournament. The racing part is mostly for fun and for show. It comes into play only when there is a tie in the Go results and the racing score will be used as a tie breaker.

Each player is paired with a female race car driver. The player serve as the co-driver and need to write and read pacenotes to his parter. The rallying is divided into 13 stages with emphasis on precise time control. Each group starts out with 100 points and any mistake during the race will cause a deduction in points.

Hidden below is a photo of Ke Jie with his partner the race car driver Hu Die.

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Post #90 Posted: Wed Jun 14, 2017 4:32 pm 
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Ke Jie won the tournament and remains undefeated since the AlphaGo matches.


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Post #91 Posted: Wed Jun 14, 2017 6:08 pm 
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xiayun wrote:
Ke Jie won the tournament and remains undefeated since the AlphaGo matches.

His rating in gorating also reaches a new high. So maybe this is the after effects of playing against AlphaGo LoL.

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Post #92 Posted: Wed Jun 14, 2017 6:31 pm 
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Lee Sedol also enjoyed a winning streak right after playing Alpha Go, until the others find the way to "solve" his "Alpha Go-like-philosophy". But at the time Lee played Alpha Go, he was neither at his peak, nor being the strongest player.

Let's see how long it takes for other pros to defeat Ke Jie this time, lol.

Both Lee and Ke said after the match that they would not play with the computer again, but perhaps they should, lol (or other pros should).

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Post #93 Posted: Sun Jun 25, 2017 3:27 pm 
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Ke Jie won his 12th consecutive wins from the first round of Chinese Agon Cup against Guo Wenchao. His opponent on the next round is Tang Weixing.

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Post #94 Posted: Mon Jun 26, 2017 12:48 am 
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13 is not his unlucky number as he just won against Tang Weixing by resignation! (158 moves were played)
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Post #95 Posted: Tue Jul 04, 2017 9:31 pm 
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Ke Jie beat Li Zhe (by resign in 179 moves) in the opening game of Go tournament at the 13th National Games of China to extend his winning streak to 14. Will play Chen Yaoye next in the second game of the day.

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Post #96 Posted: Wed Jul 05, 2017 12:43 am 
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Just so we keep some perspective:

Yi Ch'ang-ho scored 41 consecutive wins in 1990.
Kim In scored 40.
Kogishi Soji scored 32 (1920).
Yi Se-til also scored 32 (2000).
Sakata scored 29 (and had a winning ratio of 93.8% in that year, 1964).

Etc., etc.

Or we could try titles: Cho Hun-hyeon 161, etc. etc.

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Post #97 Posted: Wed Jul 05, 2017 3:00 am 
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From Google translate of this news

http://sports.sina.com.cn/go/2017-07-05 ... 8836.shtml

Look like Ke Jie just secured 15 consecutive wins.
Of course, this is just a quarter of world shattering record 60-0.

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Post #98 Posted: Wed Jul 05, 2017 6:16 am 
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John Fairbairn wrote:
Just so we keep some perspective:

Yi Ch'ang-ho scored 41 consecutive wins in 1990.
Kim In scored 40.
Kogishi Soji scored 32 (1920).
Yi Se-til also scored 32 (2000).
Sakata scored 29 (and had a winning ratio of 93.8% in that year, 1964).

Etc., etc.

Or we could try titles: Cho Hun-hyeon 161, etc. etc.



Those players are all legends of their own time. But it would be somewhat miraculous for that type of reign to repeat mainly because of how inter-connected the GO world is right now. There's no Chinese style vs Japanese style anymore. Everyone is studying the same set of very advanced kifu and new trends are instantly scrutinized. I feel back then, even if those legends were to have a bad day, they could probably still scrape by. But the skill spread is so tight today that we feel that if Ke Jie slacks just a bit, any top pro can overtake him.

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Post #99 Posted: Wed Jul 05, 2017 2:20 pm 
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Those players are all legends of their own time. But it would be somewhat miraculous for that type of reign to repeat mainly because of how inter-connected the GO world is right now. There's no Chinese style vs Japanese style anymore. Everyone is studying the same set of very advanced kifu and new trends are instantly scrutinized. I feel back then, even if those legends were to have a bad day, they could probably still scrape by. But the skill spread is so tight today that we feel that if Ke Jie slacks just a bit, any top pro can overtake him.
Sakata was playing fellow Japanese players, so there wasn't an international style difference. More recently, Iyama won something like 19 straight against Japanese opponents in late 2015, but Ke Jie has fiercer competition. Interestingly, in relative terms, Ke Jie has about as much advantage over his average opponent as Iyama does.

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Post #100 Posted: Wed Jul 05, 2017 9:19 pm 
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Google translate from https://sports.sina.cn/others/qipai/201 ... 468.d.html

Ke Jie has 16 consecutive wins

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