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AGA Broadcast Friday Night: Ke Jie 9p vs Won Sungjin 9p in Bailing Cup

Thursday August 25, 2016

Myungwan Kim 9p and the AGA’s Andrew Jackson will commentate the first game in the Bailing Cup semi-finals this Friday, August 26, starting at 10:30p (PDT). Friday’s game will be the first game of a best-of-three match featuring Ke Jie 9p versus Won Sungjin 9p. watch the action live on the AGA’s YouTube channel or Twitch. Ke Jie 9p, one of the strongest players in the world at the moment, is known for his intense fighting and this match is sure to be exciting.
- Michael Wanek

 

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Myungwan Kim to Broadcast on Ing Pro Finals

Tuesday August 9, 2016

Tonight (Aug. 9) and Thursday (Aug. 11), Myungwan Kim 9p will provide live commentary on the finals of the 8th Ing Pro Cup between Park Junghwan 9p and Tang Weixing 9p. The broadcasts will start each evening at 11 p.m. on the East Coast, 8 p.m. Pacific, on the AGA’s YouTube channel. Broadcasting with Myungwan will be our newest host, badatbaduk, a Twitch broadcaster and AGA 4d. Please tune in!

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Myungwan Kim 9p to comment the Bailing Cup, 6/29 and 7/1 at 8:30pm PDT (UTC-7)

Tuesday June 28, 2016

Myungwan Kim 9p will return to provide live commentary of the Bailing Cup round of 32, between Tang Weixing and Park Junghwan, starting at 8:30pm PDT on 6/29. He’ll also provide live commentary on the round of 16, on July 1, again starting at 8:30pm. The early rounds of the Bailing cup are being played in Beijing, and the players have 2hrs 45min, with five one-minute byo-yomi periods following. They’ll take a lunch break from 9:30pm to 10:30pm. Twitch broadcaster “badatbaduk”, himself an AGA 4d, will host the commentary. You can watch the event on the AGA YouTube Channel or the AGA Twitch stream.

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Kim YouTube Commentary Tuesday as Ke Jie and Park Junghwan Contend in LG Cup

Monday May 30, 2016

2016.01.06_Ke-Jie-2nd-MLily-Cup-Final-300x3002011.12.19_park-junghwan-siptanThe AGA YouTube channel will broadcast a live commentary as China’s Ke Jie 9p and Korea’s Park Junghwan 9p face off in the round of 16 of the LG Cup tomorrow night in Korea.  The game starts at 5 p.m. PDT on Tuesday May 31 in the US.  Each player has three hours main time and there will be no lunch break.  Commentary by our own Myungwan Kim 9p, hosted by Andrew Jackson, will begin at 7 p.m. PDT and last likely until 11 p.m. PDT.

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UCLA wins CGL Season Five Championship

Saturday May 21, 2016

UCLA triumphed earlier this month in the Collegiate Go League (CGL) Season Five Championships, defeating U Toronto to 2016.05.21_ACGA Finals Coverage w Professional William Shiclaim first place. The winners took home $250 to spend on their club. Although UCLA was unable to overcome Ryan Li 1P on Toronto’s first board, their second and third boards won the day. Cornell University took third place.

YouTube commentary on the final was provided by Gansheng Shi 1P and Michael Gallucci.

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AGA Broadcasts Scheduled for May and June

Thursday May 12, 2016

Myungwan Kim 9p’s upcoming top game broadcasts have been arranged for the next month! These will be broadcast LIVE over the AGA’s YouTube and Twitch channels, www.youtube.com/c/usgoweb/live and www.twitch.tv/usgoweb. All times listed are PST.

5/19, Thurs, 9:00 – 9:45pm, summary of Ing Cup Quarter-final, Ke Jie vs Park Junghwan, plus a teaser of Kim’s upcoming congress lecture on the AlphaGo matches

5/31, Sat, 7:00 – 11pm, LG Cup (round of 16), players not decided

6/9, Thur, 8:00pm – 12:30am(next day), Ing Cup semifinal 1st game, Lee Sedol vs Park Junghwan

6/11, Sat, 8:00pm – 12:30am(next day), Ing Cup semifinal 2nd game, Lee Sedol vs Park Junghwan

6/13, Mon, 8:00pm – 12:30am(next day), Ing Cup semifinal 3rd game, Lee Sedol vs Park Junghwan, only if the score is tied

6/25, Sat, 8:00 – 8:45pm, Ing Cup semi final, review of commentary, Lee Sedol vs Park Junghwan

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Michael Redmond 9P on Sato Masaharu 9P v. Redmond

Tuesday April 19, 2016

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As a special free bonus for all E-Journal readers, Michael Redmond’s 2nd round Kisei FT game commentary against Sato Masaharu 9P appears here. Full AGA members get exciting commentaries like this every week. The game commentaries alone are worth the price of AGA membership. For youth memberships the deal is even better, just $10 a year! To sign up for the members edition, register with the AGA here.

Michael gives this background for the game: “In the 2nd round of the Kisei FT played on 2015-12-03, I have White against Sato Masaharu 9P. Sato is known to be a strong fighting player, and has entered the Meijin league twice.

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Redmond on O Meien v. Redmond

Tuesday March 1, 2016

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As a special free bonus for all E-Journal readers, Michael Redmond’s recent Oza game commentary against O Meien 9P appears here. Full AGA members get exciting commentaries like this every week. The game commentaries alone are worth the price of AGA membership . For youth memberships the deal is even better, just $10 a year! To sign up for the members edition, register with the AGA here .

Michael gives a summary of this powerful game, “I have Black against O Meien 9P in this game. In a fight within White’s moyo, I was successful, up to a certain point…“.

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Myungwan Kim 9P on Lee Changho 9p vs Cho Chikun 9p “Legends” Game

Sunday February 21, 2016

If you missed the February 14 livestream of “Lee Changho 9p vs Cho Chikun 9p, the LEGENDS OF BADUK FINAL ROUND” you can catch it now2016.02.20_LEGENDS OF BADUK FINAL ROUND on the AGA’s YouTube Channel. Lee Changho plays Cho Chikun (Chihoon), in the last round of the LEGENDS OF BADUK tournament featuring the greatest Korean players of the ’80s and ’90s; Myungwan Kim 9P comments, with Andrew Jackson.

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KPMC 2015: Eric Lui on Li ZhuoLiang v Lui

Wednesday December 23, 2015

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This week we’re presenting extended coverage of the Korean World Amateur Championships (KPMC; click here for our winner’s report on December 8, and here for Eric Lui on Camaraderie and Pure Joy, and here for Keith Arnold interviews Eric Lui). Today we present Eric’s 5th round game:

White: Li ZhuoLiang (Hong Kong)
Black: Eric Lui (USA)
Commentary: Eric Lui
Published in the December 23, 2015 edition of the American Go E-Journal

In this 5th (of 6) round game of the 2015 Korean World Amateur Championships (KPMC) against Li ZhuoLiang from Hong Kong, Eric Lui walks us through his thinking process at key points. After staying calm during a big unclear middle game fight, Eric emerges with an attack on Li’s weak group. Eric then converts the attack into a territorial advantage to coast to a win.

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