On November 2, the triple final of the 25th Samsung Auto Insurance Cup World Go Masters Tournament took place on the Ulu Go website in Korea. The first Korean Go player Shin Jinji's 9th dan made a rare "slip mark" error resulting in "quick defeat". China Ke Jie defeated Shen Zhenzhen in the middle of the 9th dan and won the first victory of this Samsung Auto Insurance Cup final.
11月2日，第25届三星汽车保险杯世界围棋大师锦标赛的三重决赛在韩国的Ulu Go网站上举行。首位韩国围棋选手Shin Jinji的第9杆犯了一个罕见的“滑痕”错误，导致“快速失败”。中国科杰在9月中旬击败了沈振镇，并赢得了本届三星汽车保险杯决赛的首场胜利。
After guessing first, South Korea's Shinjin 9th Dan will hold the black first. The layout only played 20 moves (such as chess charts), and Shen Zhenzhe Hei 21 actually landed on the (19H) position on the first road, which was shocking. World champion Shen Zhenzhen's extremely rare "slip mark" error in the 9th dan has become a hot topic in the chess world for a while. This is the first time in the history of the World Professional Go Tournament that there has been a "slippage" of a player's operation error. Ke Jie saw this amazing chess move on the Internet and didn't believe it was true at all!
首先猜测之后，韩国的Shinjin 9th Dan将首先获得黑色。布局只打了20步（例如国际象棋图表），而沈振哲黑21实际上落在第一条道路的（19H）位置，这令人震惊。世界冠军沉震镇在第9球段极为罕见的“滑点”错误已成为国际象棋世界上的热门话题。这是世界职业围棋锦标赛历史上第一次出现玩家操作错误的“滑移”。柯杰在互联网上看到了这一惊人的国际象棋动作，根本不相信这是真的！
As can be seen from the actual combat video, Shen Zhenzhen also looked helpless when he discovered the "sliding mark". Because the current rules of the world’s online games clearly stipulate: “The player who clicks the wrong mouse is at his own risk.” The Korean Chess Academy website reported in the post-match report that the possible reason for Shin Jin’s “sliding mark” was that “the mouse line touched the laptop. Touch screen". In such a high-level battle, Black 21's "sliding mark" error is fatal. Only 120 moves were played in this game, and it took 3 hours for both parties to lose quickly in the mid-game with Shen Zhenzhen 9-dan.
At 10 o'clock tomorrow morning, the second round of the final of the Samsung Auto Insurance Cup World Masters will continue on the Internet. Ke Jie, who won the first round, will play the 9th dan against Shen Zhenren. The championship prize of this competition is 300 million won (approximately 1.8 million yuan).
(Editor: Zhu Wenhao)