Recently, the Korean Chess Academy announced the latest ranking of the Korean Go rankings. In the ranking list announced in early October, Shin Jinjiu continued to top the list with 10216 points, leading the way for 10 consecutive months. Pu Tinghuan ranked second with 1,0005 points.
Shen Zhenzhen 9duan successfully advanced to the ninth Yingshi Cup semi-finals in the September competition. With a record of five straight victories, his rating rose by 29 points, and he currently ranks first with 10216 points. Up to now, Shen Zhenzhen’s annual record of 49 wins and 5 losses, with a winning rate of 90.74%, is challenging to set the record of the highest winning rate (75 wins and 10 losses, 88.24% win rate) created by Lee Chang-ho Jiudan in 1988.
Park Ting-hwan's performance in September was also remarkable. In the 22nd Nongshim Shin Ramen Cup World Go Challenge, he scored 5 wins and 1 loss, and his rating increased by 9 points. Currently, he is temporarily ranked in South Korea with 1,0005 points. Ranked second.
In addition, Shin Min-dong, Bian Sang-il, Lee Dong-hoon, and Jiang Dong-yun have maintained their third to sixth rankings for three consecutive months starting from August. Lee Young-gou, who entered the 2020 Samsung Fire Cup World Go Masters, has moved up two places. , Currently ranked seventh. Kim Ji-seok's 9th dan still ranks eighth, An Sung-jun's 8th dan is down two and currently ranks ninth, and Li Jixian is ranked tenth.
Among the top 100, Choi Myung-hoon, who had a 5 win and 1 loss record in the 22nd Nongshim Shin Ramen Cup Korea Trial, scored 111 points and moved up 29 places. He is currently ranked 76th, the biggest increase this month. Chess player.
For women, Cui Jing Jiudan ranked 31st, dropping four places. After falling out of the top 30 for the first time after a lapse of 1 year and 6 months, Wu Youzhen dropped 7 places and is currently ranked 90th. Rising chess player Jin Enchi performed quite well in the early stage last month and played well in the Wu Qingyuan Cup. In September, he rose to the fourth place in the women's ranking with a record of 8 wins and 5 losses.
The latest ranking of Korean Go: