Shin Shin-seo, 23, is a 9th dan who has been dubbed the “new artificial intelligence” because he is perfect in both offense and defense and is the closest thing the world has to an artificial intelligence (AI). Now he’s headed to the Hangzhou Asian Games, where he’s hoping to win two gold medals.토토사이트

In September, Shin Shin-seo was ranked No. 1 in Korea’s national Go rankings and has held the top spot for 45 consecutive months. For nearly four years now, the 9th dan has been a world-class player, challenging for titles both domestically and internationally.

Naturally, expectations are high for Shin to win a double at the Asian Games.

Go, which became an official sport 13 years after the 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games, will be played as a men’s individual and team event (five players) and a women’s team event (three players). Compared to the previous edition, the men’s individual event was introduced instead of the mixed event.

A go official explained, “The host country, China, decided that the mixed event, where the current male and female No. 1 players, Shin Shin-seo and Choi Jung-jeong, would not be able to win, so it was replaced with a men’s individual event. It seems that they wanted to avoid any possible variables in the case of an individual match.” China is highly scrutinized for Xin Xinxue.

Despite the restrictions, most go players believe that Shin has a good chance of winning the double.

In the individual competition, China will be represented by 9-ranked players Qiu Ze and Yang Dingxin, but they are not as good as they were in the past. They have been struggling in recent years, both internationally and domestically.

On the contrary, there are some who believe that Park Jung-hwan 9th dan could be a great rival to Shin Shin-seo 9th dan. In particular, the fact that Park competed in the Asian Games 13 years ago could be a big help.

In the team competition, China is looking confident, but South Korea is getting a big boost from Shin’s presence. The advantage is that Shin Shin-seo can definitely win the first game and turn the whole game in his favor.

The 9th dan is showing a strong will to compete at the Asian Games, which may not come again. Since last year, Shin has repeatedly expressed his determination to win the Asian Games gold medal.

It’s also good to see that Shin Shin-seo won the Ng Cee boat last month, turning the tide of his recent slump.

The ‘strongest’ Shin Shin-seo 9 will be aiming for his first Asian Games gold medal in the men’s individual event, which will be held from Sept. 24 to 28. They will then go for the double in the team event from Oct. 29 to Oct. 3.

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