Korean top 20 players

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macelee
Korean top 20 players
As of February 2013
1 Lee Sedol 9,834 2 Park Jungwhan 9,692 3 Choi Cheolhan 9,623 4 Cho Hanseung 9,599 5 Paek Hongseok 9,584 6 Weon Seongjin 9,580 7 Kim Jiseok 9,578 8 Park Yeonghun 9,556 9 Kang Dongyun 9,529 10 Kim Seongjae 9,525 11 Lee Yeongkyu 9,495 12 Yun Junsang 9,480 13 Lee Jihyun 9,461 14 Lee Changho 9,459 15 Na Hyun 9,424 15 Heo Yongho 9,424 17 Kang Yootaek 9,410 18 Mok Jinseok 9,401 19 Byun Sangil 9,385 20 Lee Donghoon 9,378
Lee Sedol is top again with a comfortable margin.
moboy781
do you have a list of Japan
do you have a list of Japan or china's top 20 players?
macelee
Korean top 20 players - March 2013
As of March 2013
1 Lee Sedol 9,834 2 Park Jungwhan 9,694 3 Choi Cheolhan 9,635 4 Cho Hanseung 9,602 5 Park Yeonghun 9,594 6 Kim Jiseok 9,579 7 Paek Hongseok 9,566 8 Weon Seongjin 9,549 9 Kang Dongyun 9,536 10 Kim Seongjae 9,512 11 Lee Yeongkyu 9,506 12 Yun Junsang 9,480 13 Lee Changho 9,460 14 Lee Jihyun 9,446 15 Na Hyun 9,437 16 Heo Yongho 9,413 17 Byun Sangil 9,395 18 Mok Jinseok 9,390 19 Lee Donghoon 9,388 20 Kang Yootaek 9,387
Lee Sedol is still having a comfortable lead. Park Yeonghun has made big progress.
DDZZ
Other countries
I would like to ask weather something similar exists for players from America and Europe?
DDZZ
World
Is there a place to find such a comparison of all world's players?
Ashleyms198
I was wondering if there was
I was wondering if there was a place to find out world rankings, I have tried looking but cant seem to find any recent ones.
macelee
world ranking
The Korean has been releasing quarterly world ranking lists since 2010. Some old information about this ranking system is available at: http://gogameguru.com/top-20-pro-go-2010/ Some Chinese sources have the most recent list: http://post.weiqi.tom.com/s/F2000B055714.html I will translate it when I have time. The basic message here is that the top seats are shared by the Korean and the Chinese. Japan unfortunately becomes quite irrelevant in world stage.
moboy781
It's kind of embarrassing for
It's kind of embarrassing for Japan. If their pros didn't have domestic tournaments to compete in, a lot of their pros, such as Iyama Yuta or Yamashita Keigo, wouldn't have a title to their name! Hope this changes soon.
mgot
October 2013
1 Park Junghwan 9,794 2 Kim Jiseok 9,760 3 Lee Sedol 9,721 4 Park Yeonghun 9,645 5 Choi Cholhan 9,623 6 Kang Dongyoon 9,587 7 Paik Hongseok 9,568 8 Won Seongjin 9,547 9 Cho Hanseung 9,493 10 Yun Junsang 9,488 11 Lee Younggu 9,481 12 Na Hyun 9,444 13 Lee Jihyun 9,435 14 Mok Jinseok 9,421 15 Kim Seungjae 9,420 16 Ahn Seongjoon 9,419 17 Hong Seongji 9,417 18 Heo Youngho 9,393 19 Lee Donghoon 9,391 20 Kim Jeonghyun 9,384 Some changes at the top since last time.
darkgothic
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fresh toplist

Here is the latest Korean toplist:

http://www.baduk.or.kr/record/ranking.asp

And this is the Chinese:

http://www.qipai.org.cn/web/category/word/id/336?PHPSESSID=dmmejlcveck6l...

Although unfortunately there is no English version.

GoSuGo
Does anyone have an idea of
Does anyone have an idea of how strong iyama yuuta is compared to korean players?
Elom
Sorry for the year late
Sorry for the year late realization, but byung sangil was 17 in march 2013?