As another not-so-evil company was(is) trying to spoil the fun of face-to-face (human-to-human) Go playing, Microsoft engaged to the community and generously provided the venue for Boston Spring Open 2016 Go Tournament at Microsoft New England R&D (NERD) Center.
The tournament was held on Saturday, 3/19/2016, with 54 players plus dozens of Go enthusiasts as observers. Continue reading
— by Chun Sun (5d)
wiki page: Li, Zhe (6p)
I just realized that English version of wikipedia for Li Zhe 6p has much less information than its Chinese or Japanese version. So here’s a few highlights I’d like to add:
- 2004, 2006: National Champion of China
- 2007: Seven consecutive wins in Chinese Weiqi League A as first board, including wins against Lee Sedol and Gu Li.
- 2009: Most wins in Chinese Weiqi League A as first board.
- 2011: National Champion of LongXin cup, Runner-up Ricoh cup. Runner up Meijin cup. Won Park Jeong-hwan et al in Samsung cup preliminary.
- 2013: Top 4 LG cup
Starting from 2012, he became a full-time student in Peking University, majoring in Philosophy.
Overall, he is a world-champion contender before his decision to go to college.
The translation work for the third post is underway.
translated from original article in Chinese:写在第五局之前
(translated by: Chun Sun 5d, Michael Chen 7d, Yi Tong 3d)
I would like to start with reviewing my previous posts. Then I will present my analysis about Lee Sedol’s strategies and actions in Game 3 and Game 4. Finally, I want to share my personal perspective on this man-vs-machine series as a professional player. Continue reading
translated from original article in Chinese: 这两盘棋 ，没人会比李世石做得更好！
(translated by: Michael Chen 7d, Chun Sun 5d)
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translated from original article in Chinese:【火线速递】——李世石的策略与AlphaGo的弱点
(translated by: Yi Tong 3d, Chun Sun 5d, Michael Chen 7d)
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