Kim Ye-eun (Welcome Savings Bank), who holds the title of ‘youngest champion’ in the women’s professional billiards (LPBA), succeeded in advancing to the finals for the second consecutive time with a dramatic come-from-behind victory. The opponent in the final is ‘defending champion’ Lim Jung-sook (Crown Haetae).
Kim Ye-eun won 3-2 after a full set match against Kim Bo-mi (NH Nonghyup Card) in the 2022-2023 season tour ‘Welcome Savings Bank Wellbang PBA-LPBA Championship’ LPBA semifinals held at the Bitmaru Broadcasting Center in Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do on the 22nd. went up In the other semi-final match, Lim Jeong-suk defeated Kim Gap-seon 3-1.
With this, Kim Ye-eun succeeded in advancing to the finals for the second time in a row following her previous tour (NH Nonghyup Card Championship), challenging her third personal career championship. Kim Ye-eun won the SK Rent-A-Car Championship, the opening game of her last 2020-2021 season, at the age of 21 years and 7 months, and holds the title of “the youngest player to win the LPBA”. She aims for her third win in a year following her second win in her 4th tour (Crown Haitai Championship) in the 2021-2022 season. Kim Ye-eun lost to ‘Billiard Empress’ Ga-young Kim in the NH Nonghyup Card Championship final.
Kim Ye-eun and her opponent Lim Jung-sook are the winners of the ‘Welcome Savings Bank Well Bang LPBA Championship’ last season. She aims to win for the second season in a row. If Jung-sook Lim wins, she could tie the record for the most LPBA wins (5) held by Ga-young Kim. Kim Ye-eun and Lim Jeong-sook will compete for the championship on the 23rd at 9:30 p.m. The prize money is 20 million won. 스포츠토토