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GS Caltex ‘Champion in Charge’? Shin Jin-seo challenges to break the record for most consecutive losses

Will the GS Caltex Cup champion change? will it be maintained?

The Korea Kiwon said, “On the 16th, the GS Caltex Cup professional tournament draw ended at the Korea Kiwon.” 

In this competition, which was held in December of last year, 302 people, the largest number ever, competed fiercely for 19 tickets to the finals. Choi Jeong, the only female driver to advance to the finals by defeating Kim Myung-hoon (ranked 7th at the time of qualifying), as well as Ahn Seong-jun, Hong Seong-ji, and Choi Cheol-han, 9th Dan crossed the threshold of the preliminary round.

The 19 contestants who passed the preliminaries advanced to the semifinals of the first round competition, and together with seeded Jinseo Shin, Sangil Byeon, Jeonghwan Park, and Jinsol Park, as well as sponsor seeded Minjun Shin (9p), the winner will be decided in the round of 24 tournament.

A total of 8 players, 4 of the main round seeds and 4 of the top rankers, made it to the round of 16 first. The remaining 16 will start from the round of 24 and challenge the round of 16.

Shin Jin-seo, the “defending champion” who is on a five-game losing streak as a result of the draw, will meet the winner of the match between Lee Won-young and Baek Hong-seok in the round of 16.  스포츠토토

Byeon Sang-il, who stayed as runner-up for the second year in a row, will meet the winner of the Ahn Seong-jun-Hong Seong-ji showdown.

Shin Jin-seo broke the record for the most consecutive losses in the championship last year by recording 5 consecutive losses. In the GS Caltex Cup, he won five times and tied with Lee Chang-ho, 9th Dan, for the most wins. If you win the trophy in this tournament, you will also write the record for the most consecutive losses in the championship and the most wins in the GS Caltex Cup.

The tournament will open on March 23rd. The prize money for the winner is 70 million won, and the runner-up prize money is 30 million won.

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