Games of Cho Chikun against Hane Yasumasa
Hane Yasumasa (born 1944) became professional in 1955. He is a professional at the Central (Nagoya) Branch of the Nihon Ki-in. He won the Oza in 1990.
Father of Hane Naoki, and at least one person I know is convinced that father and son Touya in Hikaru no Go are "of course" inpired by father and son Hane.
One of the first Go professionals to play a game on the Internet Go Server in december 1993 when he visited the Netherlands. See an interview that Pieter Mioch made and that can be found on gobase.
Cho won, early in his career, the 5th Shin'ei Final against Hane, the first game in the list below, which is quite interesting.
|Nr.||Date||Event & Result||Mvs|
|1||1973-06-25||5th Shin'ei Final (W, W+R)||210|
|2||1974-05-02||Oteai (B, B+R)||165|
|3||1979-04-05||4th Gosei League (B, B+R)||169|
|4||1980-07-03||5th Meijin League (W, W+R)||166|
|5||1982-11-04||7th Kisei, Strongest Players' Quarter-final (B, B+7.5)||252|
|6||1984-04-19||9th Gosei, Quarter-final (W, B+R)||189|
|7||1985-05-16||11th Tengen, Round 2 (W, W+R)||186|
|8||1986-08-21||25th Judan, Preliminaries (W, W+R)||152|
|9||1986-12-13||6th NEC Cup, Round 2 (B, B+R)||187|
|10||1986/1987||9th Kakusei (?, -)||?|
|11||1989-01-12||44th Honinbo League (B, B+R)||173|
|12||1989-03-16||14th Gosei, Round 3 (B, B+R)||173|
|13||1989-09-14||37th Oza, Challengers' semi-final (W, B+R)||295|
|14||1990-03-22||15th Gosei, Round 3 (W, B+R)||141|
|15||1993-09-23||18th Kisei, Strongest Players Quarter-final (B, B+R)||175|
|16||1996-11-28||3rd JT Cup, Round 2 (B, B+6.5)||246|
|17||2005-02-10||30th Kisei Preliminary Group 1, Round 1 (B, B+R)||163|