Pro Billiards (PBA) ‘original queen’ Lim Jeong-sook (Crown Haetae) achieved the feat of tying for first place in the women’s division with the most wins.
Lim Jung-sook defeated Kim Ye-eun (Welcome Savings Bank) in the women’s final of the ‘Welcome Savings Bank Well Bang PBA-LPBA Championship’ held at the Bitmaru Broadcasting Center in Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do on the 23rd. The set score was 4 to 1 victory.
She achieved a gold medal by winning 5 times, the most in the women’s career. Lim Jung-sook stood shoulder to shoulder with the ‘billiard queen’ Kim Ga-yeong (Hana Card).
Initially, Lim Jeong-suk reigned as her original billiards queen, winning three championships only in the 2019-2020 season, the first year of her PBA. However, the following season, she was runner-up once, losing to Lee Mi-rae (TS Shampoo∙Pura Chicken) and others, the ‘Billiards Goddess’ who achieved four championships in her career.
However, Lim Jung-suk announced her health by winning the Welcome Savings Bank Championship last season. During the team league this season, she went through twists and turns when she was traded for Kang Ji-eun from SK Rent-A-Car, but she showed a steady appearance this season, following the semifinals of the Hana Card Championship in the second round and the runner-up in the fourth round of the Huons Championship. In the end, on her 7th tour, she showed off the prowess of the defending champion. 카지노
Lim Jung-sook added 20 million won to her winnings, bringing her career winnings to 108.95 million won. She ranks third on the all-time money list.
On this day, Lim Jung-sook was pushed by the momentum of her youngest ever champion, Kim Ye-eun. She lost the first set 4-11 and was overpowered.
However, she showed off her experience from the second set. Lim Jeong-suk tied her score by winning the set 11-8 with her high-run 5 points. She got the momentum and she finished sets 3 and 4 11 to 6,
Especially in the last 5 sets, the unique bank shot shone. Lim Jung-suk preoccupied the match point by hitting two 3-bank shots in 7 innings. The winning shot in the last 8 innings was also a 3 bank shot. After the victory was confirmed, Lim Jung-sook bowed deeply and was thrilled.
Kim Ye-eun reached the final two times in a row, including the previous tour, the NH Nonghyup Card Championship, but unfortunately ended up in second place. Kim Ye-eun, who won the title of ‘youngest’ at the age of 21 years and 7 months at the SK Rent-a-Car Championship, the opening match of the 2020-21 season, challenged for the third time in her career, but had to commit to the next opportunity.