Ichiriki Ryo

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Ichiriki Ryo (一力遼)

Ichiriki Ryo (一力遼, b. 10 June 1997) is a Japanese, professional 7-dan of the Nihon Kiin. He was a pupil of So Kofuku.

In a game of the 4th Yugen Cup (played 2010-08-09), when he was still an Insei, Ichiriki beat Ishida Atsushi 9d in only 125 moves. In another game of the same tournament (played 2010-10-04) he beat Kono Rin (B+0.5).

Ichiriki's 2013 record, as of August 15th, is 20 wins & 2 losses. Of those wins is a 16-win streak, in which he defeated several notable players (including O Rissei, Nakamura Shinya, Yamashiro Hiroshi, Michael Redmond, Cho Chikun, Kono Rin and Yuki Satoshi). He won the 4th Okage defeating Anzai Nobuaki, and reached the Agon Cup semifinals losing to Shida Tatsuya; then, in November, he won his first official title, the 8th Hiroshima Arumi Cup.

Ichiriki started 2014 with 11 consecutive wins (as of 2014-03-27), extending his winning streak to 16 games; as of 2014-03-21 he entered the Kisei League (at 16 years, 9 months, youngest ever). He won the 1st Globis Cup (U20 international championship) on 2014-05-11.

In 2016, he beat Yamashita Keigo, and challenged Iyama Yuta for the Tengen, making him the second teenager to challenge for a big title. In addition, he beat Iyama Yuta to win the Ryusei.

Rank Promotion

  • 2010-09: 1-dan, qualified as the 1st place insei
  • 2012-02-01: 2-dan
  • 2013: 3-dan
  • 2014: 4 dan
  • 2014: 7 dan (on 21 March, entering the 39th Kisei League, beating Cho U)




Career Statistics

Year Total Win Loss Win %
2010 2 1 1 50.0%
2011 31 23 8 73%
2012 43 27 16 63%
2013 47 40 7 85.1%
Total 123 91 32 73.98%

[ext] http://igokisen.web.fc2.com/jp/japan.html

valerio: igokisen records are unofficial. Official records are in the table above.


Ichiriki Ryo last edited by on January 23, 2017 - 19:12
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