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I-go (6) Otake Hideo vs Nie Weiping

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Nie Weiping: Born on August 17, 1952, in Shen County, Hebei province. He started learning I-go at 10 and won the title of ku-dan I-go player. In 1975, he won the champion of national I-go match played between individuals. For eight times, he won the champion of New Sports Cup, for two times, he won the champion of Tengen and came second in the 1st Yingshi Cup of World Professional I-go Tournament as well as in the 3rd Fujitsu Cup. At the Sino-Japanese I-go arena held in 1985, he made the record of winning 11 games in succession and brought great glory to Chinese team. He was acknowledged by National Sports Commission as the most outstanding coach since the founding of the People's Republic. Currently, he is the general coach of national I-go team and vice-chairman of China I-go Association. Otake Hideo: Born on May 12, 1942, in northern Kyushu, Japan. In 1951, he followed the ku-dan player Kitani Minoru and became his formal student. In 1956, he won the sho-dan title and strived to be the ku-dan player in 1970. In 1965, he won the champion of the 9th Prime Minister's Cup. In 1967, he came first by winning over Sakata Eio and won the champion in the competition held in Japan I-go academy. For more than 30 times, he won the champion of Meijin, Honinbo, Kakusei and 4th Fujitsu Cup of World I-go Tournament, etc. He attaches importance to the structure and concert of chess and hence is called aesthetic Otake. For many times, he was awarded with the titles of excellent I-go player and other prizes in Japan.

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