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Jing likes writing, and can occasionally be convinced to play a game of Go. Even though she doesn't play Go as often as she once did, she still enjoys following the professional Go scene and writing about it on Go Game Guru.

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Yu Zhiying’s 2015 Samsung Cup breakthrough


Yu Zhiying stunned everyone this week, by defeating heavyweights Mok Jinseok and Choi Cheolhan, in her breakthrough performance at the 2015 Samsung Cup. Yu’s impressive play earned her a spot in the upcoming round of 16, as the only woman remaining at this stage of the tournament…

Korean pros dominate 2nd MLily Cup – Round of 16 and quarter final wrap up


The round of 16 and the quarter finals of the 2nd MLily Cup took place on August 30 and September 1, 2015, in Guangzhou, China. It was a showdown between China and Korea, with Japanese and Taiwanese players eliminated in earlier rounds…

One broken leg and a Taiwanese import – 20th LG Cup


The 20th LG Cup kicked off with the round of 32 on June 8, 2015 in Kangwon, Korea. As always, a lavish banquet proceeded official matches. Young fans didn’t waste any time acquiring autographs from their favorite Go celebrities…

Gu Li back on top, wins 10th Chunlan Cup


On June 3, 2015, Gu Li defeated Zhou Ruiyang 2-0 to win the 10th Chunlan Cup in Zhangjiajie, China. After two nail biting games, Gu finally ended a long drought of international titles. This is Gu’s first international title since the 15th Samsung Cup in 2010!

Korean comeback at the 19th LG Cup


The quarter and semifinals of the 19th LG Cup were played on November 17 and 19, 2014, in Gangwon, Korea. When we last reported on the LG Cup, Korea and China were evenly pegged – with four players each in the quarter finals…

Park Junghwan ends Chen Yaoye’s China Korea Tengen run

Park Junghwan - winner of the 18th Chunwon

The 18th China Korea Tengen was held on Jeju Island, Korea, from September 23 to 26, 2014. The China Korea Tengen is a best of three match between the winners of Korea’s Chunwon and China’s Tianyuan tournament…

Lee Sedol vs Gu Li Jubango – Game 8 is tomorrow!


A quick reminder for followers of the MLily Gu vs Lee Jubango. Game 8 will take place tomorrow in Gu’s hometown, Chongqing! The score currently stands at 5-2 in Lee’s favor which means this game is a kadoban for Gu and might be the last of the match…

Rui Naiwei surprises everyone at the 2014 Samsung Cup


On August 26-28, players from China, Korea, Japan, Taiwan and the USA gathered in Qingdao, China for the group stage of the 2014 Samsung Cup…

Lee Sedol vs Gu Li Jubango – Game 7 is tomorrow!

Don't miss game 7 of the MLily Gu vs Lee Jubango!

A quick reminder for followers of the MLily Gu vs Lee Jubango. Game 7 will take place tomorrow in Lhasa! The score currently stands at 4-2 in Lee’s favor so this will be a critical match for Gu…

China and Korea evenly pegged after 19th LG Cup round of 16


After one brief day to lounge by the pool, it was back to business on June 11, 2014 for the winners of 19th LG Cup’s round of 32. Three of the pairs have only played each other once before and two of the games repeated the previous result…