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Sedol, Lee (1983)

Lee Sedol (2016. Creative Commons License).

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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External links



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  • Cobb, William (2002). The Book of Go.Sterling Publishers.
  • Iwamoto, Kaoru (1977). Go for Beginners, Pantheon, New York.
  • Kim, Janice. Jeong Soo-hyun (1997). Learn to Play Go, series, five volumes: Good Move Press, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, second edition.
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  • Korschelt, Oscar (1966), The Theory and Practice of Go, C.E. Tuttle Co.
  • Matthews, Charles (2004). Teach Yourself Go. McGraw-Hill.
  • Smith, Arthur (1956), The Game of Go: The National Game of Japan, C.E. Tuttle Co.
  • Shotwell, Peter (2010). Go! More than a Game. Tuttle Publishing, Boston, Revised.