Korean pro, Park “Jinsoo” Jin Soo, took home the first-place trophy and US$450,000 in prize money last weekend at Drodo Studios’ Auto Chess Invitational 2019 tournament.

The tournament was held in China over a three day period with 32 players from around the world competing for a share of the US$1 million prize pool.

On Sunday, after two days of grueling competition, the final eight players competed in six games to determine the grand champion.

After four hours of play, Jinsoo took first place with victories in games three and four, finishing with a final score of 37 points, narrowly defeating Chinese player Jia Chuan “Arch Devil” Tian, who finished in second just a point behind.

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