In less than 48 hours, the most anticipated match of the decade gets underway.
Gu Li vs Lee Sedol – Promotional video
When does it start?
Game 1 of 10 will begin at:
- 9:00 am on Sunday, January 26, 2014 – Beijing time (+8 hours)
- 1:00 am on Sunday, January 26 – GMT (UTC)
- 8:00 pm on Saturday, January 25 – US EST (-5 hours)
- 12:00pm on Sunday, January 26 – Australian EST (+11 hours).
Where can I see it?
Live analysis and commentary of the game will begin on Baduk TV Live at 1:00pm Korea time (3 hours after the game starts – the opening will still be underway and they’ll go over it in detail).
Day passes are available here for about the price of a cup of coffee.
The game will also be relayed on most major Go servers.
How can I check the results?
As the match progresses, throughout this year, we’ll keep you up to date with the latest news, game records and commentary. Bookmark this page for future reference, or click here to subscribe to our newsletter and get weekly updates.
Two of the most exciting players
That’s why so many people have been looking forward to such a match and have been working towards making it happen for several years.
This match will give the players more time to think than most tournaments these days (4 hours + 5 x min byo-yomi each), so we’re hopeful that Lee and Gu will be able to create their masterpiece together.
Feel free to discuss the game here
Because these games will be slower than most games these days, there will also be more time to discuss them.
Please feel free to use the comments on this page to discuss the game with other players if you want to.
We’ll post another article like this, for comments and as a reminder, before each game starts.
Let’s enjoy this spectacular event together!