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Samsung Cup Ke Jie lore Li Shishi Chinese chess player once again won the championship runner-up

Samsung Cup Ke Jie lore Li Shishi Chinese chess player once again won the championship runner-up
On November 2, Beijing time, the final game of the 21st Samsung Cup World Go Masters semi-final match game ended at the Samsung Training Institute in Yuseong, South Korea.Chinese chess player Ke Jie held a 188th set victory over old rival Li Shishi and eliminated his opponent with a total score of 2-1, achieving a remarkable record of 10 wins and 3 losses against Li Shishi.In this regard, Chinese chess players have also won the championship and runner-up of the current Samsung Cup.Another matchup in the semifinal game was played between Chinese players Fan Yunruo and Zhen Jiaxi.Last year, the Chinese Legion won the first and second place in the Samsung Cup. This year’s meeting with the division again shows the strong strength of the Chinese chess player.    In the past 20 Samsung Cups, Japanese players have only won two championships, Chinese players have won six times, and Korean players have won a total of 12 times. Among them, Li Changhao achieved three consecutive championships in the Samsung Cup from 1997 to 1999.In addition, South Korea’s Cao Xunxuan and Li Shishi have achieved defending at the Samsung Cup. Last year’s champion was Chinese chess player Ke Jie.  From the beginning of November 2015 to the beginning of March this year, Li Shishi and Ke Jie played in the Samsung Cup, Golden Dragon City Cup, Dream Lily Cup, Chinese New Year Cup, and Nongshim Cup for 10 innings, and the score was 2 wins and 8 losses.Yesterday’s 2016 Samsung Cup semi-final first game, Ke Jie held the black 219 hand to beat Li Shishi.In the semifinals of the Samsung Cup, Ke Jie and Li Shishi fought 1-1 in the first two games.  Today, Ke Jie and Li Shishi’s game, both of them suddenly took the initiative after the start, Ke Jie grabbed the ground around to lay the foundation for the subsequent positional battle.After entering the midfield, both defended with offense. Ke Jie aimed at the weakness in the center of Black Chess and attacked step by step.In the local battle on the upper left, the two formed an exchange. Black chess embraced the white chess pieces, but Ke Jie’s white chess invaded the left position of the black chess board.