Dream Lily Cup Go Round 8 match between China and Japan, the two players will talk empty-handed

Dream Lily Cup Go Round 8 match between China and Japan, the two players will talk empty-handed
Beijing News News A China-Japan matchup in the quarterfinals of the fourth Dream Lily Cup World Go Open will be conducted via the Internet on April 27.The Chinese players on both sides of the game are Xie Ke eight segments, and the Japanese players are Yili Liao eight segments.The quarterfinals of this game were originally scheduled for Nanjing Antiques in March.Because of the impact of the new coronary pneumonia epidemic, the organizing committee announced the postponement of the competition.After discussion between the Chinese Go Association and the Japanese Chess Academy, the contest between Chinese chess player Xie Ke Ba Duan and Japanese player Yili Liao Ba Duan took place on April 27 on the Wild Fox Go platform.At that time, the staff of the Chinese Go Association and the Japanese Chess Academy will accompany the two players in Beijing and Tokyo to ensure fairness.Professional Go events are usually offline antiques.This time the organizing committee put a major event on the online antiques, mainly because of the epidemic.The other three matchups in the quarterfinals of this tournament are Zhi Yuting vs. Xie Hao, Ke Jie vs. Fan Tingyu, Xu Jiayang vs. Meng Tailing.The six chess players in these three games are all from China. The organizing committee will select offline matches based on the progress of epidemic prevention and control.The Dream Lily Cup World Go Open is currently one of the world ‘s highest-paid professional Go tournaments. The first three champions were Chinese chess player Zhi Yuting, Ke Jie and Korean chess player Park Ting-hwan.Beijing News Editor Wang Xichong