Lee Sedol vs Gu Li Jubango resumes this weekend – Game 6

The World Cup is over (congrats Germany!) and the MLily Gu vs Lee Jubango resumes this weekend!

If you’re following the 10 game match between Gu Li 9p and Lee Sedol 9p, don’t miss game 6.


Don’t miss game 6 of the MLily Gu vs Lee Jubango!

Lee Sedol currently leads the match 3-2 after breaking his losing streak against Gu Li in game 5.

The players have just taken a very long two month break from the match, so they’ve both had plenty of time to reflect on the games so far. What happens next is anyone’s guess.

If you’d like to review the games from the match so far, you can find them all on our Lee Sedol vs Gu Li Jubango page.

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, July 27, 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.

We look forward to watching the game with you this weekend.

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  1. It said: “The coverage starts at 1:00 pm Korea time on Sunday, May 25, 2014.” But that can not be correct. It looks like both the date and month is off. Or am I missing something?

    • David Ormerod says:

      No, the date should be this weekend – so July 27 obviously 🙂

      Thanks for letting me know, we’re very pressed for time lately with all the other projects we’re working on and I was rushing to post this update before the newsletter deadline last night.

      • Fully understandible. =)

        By the way how how are things coming along with the book, have you decided on a name yet (I was intrested as I had a few name sugestions posted in the “competition”).

        • David Ormerod says:

          The book’s going well, thanks for asking. It’s a lot of work, we’ve almost finished the commentaries for games 1-3 and they just need some proofreading. We haven’t chosen a name yet 🙂

  2. This Jubango is so big it warps spacetime

    • David Ormerod says:

      Indeed 🙂

      We were reviewing game 1 again (working on the book) yesterday. It’s hard to believe that it was six months ago…