Asian TV Cup

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The Asian TV Cup is a knock out lightning go tournament open to at least two players from China, Japan and Korea. It chosen by the champions and runner ups of the CCTV, NHK, and KBS from China, Japan, and Korea respectively. The time limits are 10 minutes and 30 seconds byo-yomi. The first tournament was held in 1989.

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 1st  Takemiya Masaki  (d. Kobayashi Satoru)
 2nd  Takemiya Masaki  (d. Lee Chang Ho)
 3rd  Takemiya Masaki  (d. Cao Dayuan)
 4th  Takemiya Masaki  (d. Cho Hun Hyun)
 5th  Yoda Norimoto    (d. Seo Bong Soo)
 6th  Otake Hideo      (d. Qian Yuping)
 7th  Lee Chang Ho     (d. Cho Hun Hyun)
 8th  Lee Chang Ho     (d. Yoo Chang Hyuk)
 9th  Yu Bin           (d. O Rissei)
 10th Yoda Norimoto    (d. Ma XiaoChun)
 11th Yoda Norimoto    (d. Lee Chang Ho)
 12th Cho Hun Hyun     (d. Lee Chang Ho)
 13rd Cho Hun Hyun     (d. Mok JinSeok)
 14th Lee Chang Ho     (d. Cho Hun Hyun)
 15th Zhou Heyang      (d. Mimura Tomoyasu)
 16th Yu Bin           (d. Song Taekon)
 17th Cho U            (d. Cho Hansung)
 18th Wang Xi          (d. Lee Chang Ho)
 19th Lee Sedol        (d. Chen Yaoye)
 20th Lee Sedol        (d. Cho Hansung)
 21th Kong Jie         (d. Lee Sedol)
 22nd Kong Jie         (d. Yuki Satoshi)
 23rd Kong Jie         (d. Baek Hongsuk)
 24th Baek Hongsuk     (d. Kong Jie)
 25th Iyama Yuta       (d. Park Junghwan)
 26th Lee Sedol        (d. Kono Rin)
 27th Lee Sedol        (d. Park Junghwan)
 28th Li Qincheng      (d. Shin Jinseo)

Winners by Country:
Japan - 10
Korea - 10
China - 7


Asian TV Cup last edited by RetEsz on September 9, 2016 - 11:01
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