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.

There will be no time for lightheartedness tomorrow.

There will be no time for lightheartedness tomorrow.

Join us for live coverage of the game

Live coverage with commentary of the match will start on Baduk TV three hours after the first move is played.

The commentators will replay and analyze the game from the beginning and Go Game Guru’s An Younggil 8p will translate and discuss the game (in chat) with Baduk TV Live viewers.

The coverage starts at 1:00 pm Korea time on Sunday, September 28, 2014.

Which is:

  • 4:00 am, Sunday morning, UTC (GMT)
  • Midnight, Sunday morning, US Eastern Daylight Time
  • 9:00 pm, Saturday night, US Pacific Daylight Time
  • 5:00 am, Sunday morning, British Summer Time
  • 6:00 am, Sunday morning, Central European Summer Time, and
  • 2:00 pm, Sunday afternoon, Australian Eastern Standard Time.

You can join us for the game for as little as $2.70 with a Baduk TV Day Pass.

If you plan to watch the game from the very start, remember to subtract three hours from the times given above. Baduk TV starts the coverage three hours later because the games go for so long.

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  1. Looking forward to it! How so, possibly last game of the match? I thought I read that all ten games would be played, no matter whether one player would have won six games before the tenth game. Though I admit there is little point in it.

    Kind regards,

    • Hi Paul

      I’m not sure what happens if Lee wins this game. Traditionally, all 10 games are played in a Jubango but I suppose the major sponsor (MLily) will have the final say in this event.

      We’ll let everyone know when we find out. 🙂

  2. David Beard says:

    Thanks for posting the local times especially west coast USA. Time conversions can be so confusing.

    • You’re welcome 🙂

      I completely understand about the confusion in converting to local times – especially with so many countries moving on and off summer time around this time of the year.