The Gu Li vs Lee Sedol Jubango

Two of the world's top Go players, Lee Sedol and Gu Li, played a jubango throughout 2014, to decide which of them was the stronger player. The prize money for this match was 5,000,000 RMB (or $800,000 USD).
 
A jubango is a 10 game match between two players. The term originates from the Japanese language and has been imported into English language Go parlance. The first player to win six games wins the match.
 
Go Game Guru is publishing a book of detailed game commentaries on this historic match:

Lee Sedol vs Gu Li - The Book

 
Results were posted here as the match progressed, and links to articles and game commentaries can be found below.

Lee Sedol 6 : Gu Li 2

Lee Sedol won the match!

 
The schedule for the jubango was as follows:
 
Game 1: Jan 26, Beijing - Lee +R - Commentary - Videos 1, 2, subtitled
Game 2: Feb 23, Pinghu - Lee +0.5 - Commentary - Videos 1, 2, 3
Game 3: Mar 30, Chengdu - Gu +R - Commentary - Videos 1, 2, 3
Game 4: Apr 27, Shinan, Korea - Gu +R - Commentary - Videos 1, 2
Game 5: May 25, Shangri-La - Lee +R - Commentary - Videos 1, 2, 3
Game 6: Jul 27, Lu'an, Anhui - Lee +R - Commentary - Videos 1, 2, 3, 4
Game 7: Aug 31, Lhasa - Lee +R - Commentary - Videos 1, 2, 3, 4
Game 8: Sep 28, Chongqing - Lee +2.5 - Commentary - Videos 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
 
Lee Sedol won after eight games, so the last two games were canceled.
 
Not played:
Game 9: October 26, Hong Kong, and
Game 10: November 30, Wuhu, Anhui.

 
The official name for this event was the 'MLily Gu vs Lee Jubango'. MLily is a mattress and bedding company which also sponsors the MLily Cup. Here's an official promotional video for the match, translated by Go Game Guru:
 

 
All games were played under Chinese rules, with 7.5 points komi. The players both had 3 hours and 55 minutes, plus 5 x 1 minute byo-yomi thinking time.

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