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Nongshim Cup

The Nongshim Cup is a team competition for the three major Go-playing countries - China, Japan and Korea. It is named after sponsor Nongshim, a Korean food company producing instant noodles. This tournament was first held in 1999, replacing the Jinro Cup.

Recent game records

  •  [2024-02-20] 25th Korean Maxim Cup, round 2: Byun Sangil 9p (black) vs. Park Yeonghun 9p (white), B+R
  •  [2024-02-20] 25th Nongshim Cup, game 11: Zhao Chenyu 9p (black) vs. Shin Jinseo 9p (white), W+R
  •  [2024-02-20] 1st Nongshim Baeksansoo Cup, game 6: Choi Kyubyeong 9p (black) vs. Takemiya Masaki 9p (white), W+R
  •  [2024-02-19] 49th Japanese Meijin, league: Shida Tatsuya 8p (black) vs. Seki Kotaro 9p (white), W+0.5
  •  [2024-02-19] 5th Taiwan Mingren Championship Tournament, round 1: Lai Junfu 8p (black) vs. Jian Jingting 7p (white), B+R
 Total game records in database: 114050.
Recently added/updated: 0 (24 hours); 72 (7 days). More »

Recent tournament score charts

  •  [2024-02-21] 49th Japanese Meijin, League
  •  [2024-02-20] 35th Japanese Female Meijin, League
  •  [2024-02-20] 25th Nongshim Cup, Main Tournament
  •  [2024-02-18] 71st Japanese NHK Cup, Main Tournament
  •  [2024-02-18] 48th Japanese Kisei, Title Match
Total score charts in database: 2535. More »


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