The prelude to the birth of the world empress has risen. Seo-ah Seo (22, South Jeolla Billiards Federation) tied for third at the World Women’s 9-Ball Championship held in Atlantic City, USA on the 23rd. It was Seo-ah’s best performance in women’s pool since Kim Ga-young won the World Women’s 10-Ball Championship in 2012. 헤라카지노도메인

After the opening of the tournament on the 19th, Seo Ah Seo advanced to the winner’s bracket and met Taiwan’s strongman Chow Chieyu in the first round of the winner’s bracket and lost 3-7. In the round of 16, she overcame Yuki Hiraguchi (Japan) 9-7 and reached the quarterfinals, beating Kelly Fisher (England), known as the ‘world’s strongest’ in women’s pocketball, who advanced to the quarterfinals after a close match of 8-8 and advanced to the semifinals. However, she was unable to advance further, losing by a set score of 7-9 to Chow Chie-yu, whom she met again in the semifinals.

According to an official from the Korea Billiards Federation, she stole tears in the stone paddle that Seo knew, but she saw bright hope through this tournament.

Through the federation, Seo-ah said, “I did my best for this tournament and have no regrets. She also feels very good because she seems to have grown a step through this competition,” she said.

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