Yoo Changhyuk

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This is a Korean name; the family name is Yoo.
Yoo Changhyuk
Yoo Changhyuk cropped.jpg
Full name Yoo Changhyuk
Hangul 유창혁
Hanja 劉昌赫
Revised Romanization Yu Changhyeok
Born (1966-04-25) April 25, 1966 (age 48)
South Korea, South Korea
Residence South Korea South Korea
Turned pro 1984
Rank 9 dan
Affiliation Hanguk Kiwon

Yoo Changhyuk (born April 25, 1966) is a professional Go player in South Korea.

Biography[edit]

Yoo Changhyuk was one of Korea's best Go players. Growing up without a teacher, Yoo became a professional in 1984 and was promoted to 9 dan in 1996.[1] He has won many international tournaments for Korea.

Titles & runners-up[edit]

Title Years Held
Current 9
South Korea Wangwi 1991–1994
South Korea Kisung 1991
South Korea KBS Baduk Wang 1995
South Korea Chunwon 1996
South Korea Maxim Cup 2001, 2002
Defunct 9
South Korea LG Refined Oil Cup 1996
South Korea Taewang 1984, 1988
South Korea Daewang 1988
South Korea Baccus Cup 1993
South Korea Paedal Cup 1998, 1999
South Korea KT Cup 2003
South Korea Paewang 2003
International 6
South Korea Japan China Taiwan LG Cup 2002
South Korea Japan China Taiwan Samsung Cup 2000
Japan South Korea China Taiwan Europe United States Fujitsu Cup 1993, 1999
China South Korea Japan Taiwan Chunlan Cup 2001
China South Korea Japan Taiwan Ing Cup 1996

[2]

Title Years Lost
Current 9
South Korea Wangwi 1995, 1999
South Korea Kisung 1990, 1992, 2001
South Korea KBS Baduk Wang 1992
South Korea BC Card Cup 1993
South Korea Maxim Cup 2000, 2004
Defunct 12
South Korea LG Refined Oil Cup 1999
South Korea Myungin 1993, 2001
South Korea Baedalwang 2000
South Korea Gukgi 1995
South Korea Paewang 1994, 1997
South Korea Daewang 1989, 1991
South Korea Paedal Cup 2000
South Korea KTF Cup 2002
South Korea Kiwang 1994
Continental 1
Japan South Korea China Taiwan Asian TV Cup 1996
International 7
South Korea Japan China Taiwan LG Cup 1997, 1998, 2000
South Korea Japan China Taiwan Samsung Cup 1996
Japan South Korea China Taiwan Europe United States Fujitsu Cup 1994, 2002
China South Korea Japan Taiwan Tong Yang Cup 1998

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