Sedol, Lee (1983)
|Alternative last name spellings: –|
|Alternative first name spellings: Se-Dol|
|Alias: “The Strong Stone” (“Ssen-dol”)|
|Description: Lee Sedol is a South Korean professional Go player of 9 dan rank. As of February 2016, he ranked second in international titles with 18 titles, behind only Lee Chang-ho, with 21 titles. He is the fifth youngest professional Go player in South Korean. His nickname is “The Strong Stone” (“Ssen-dol”). He was defeated by the computer program AlphaGo in 2016.|
|Sex: Male.||Occupation: Go player.|
|Place of Birth / Death: Sinan County, South Jeolla Province, South Korea.||Country Tags: South Korea.|
|Centuries: XX-XXI||Title: –|
|World Champion: –||School: Korea Baduk Association (Hanguk Kiwon).|
|Styles: –||Chess Olympiads: –|
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|Music Composers vs. Chess Players:|
- Deep Mind Alpha Go vs Lee Sedol: https://gogameguru.com/tag/deepmind-alphago-lee-sedol/ – [08/05/2018].
- Lee Sedol at GoBae.org: http://gobase.org/information/players/?pp=Lee+SeDol – [08/05/2018].
- Lee Sedol at Senseis.net: https://senseis.xmp.net/?LeeSedol#toc2 – [08/05/2018].
- Wikipedia the free encyclopedia: Lee Sedol: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lee_Sedol – [08/05/2018].
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