Qi Jingxuan

Qi Jingxuan (Chinese: 戚惊萱, pinyin Qī Jīngxuān; born 9 November 1947)[1] is a Chinese chess player, who holds the title International Master. He won the Chinese Chess Championship In 1975 and 1978.

Qi Jingxuan
CountryChina
Born (1947-11-09) November 9, 1947 (age 73)
Zhenhai, Ningbo, Zhejiang, China
TitleInternational Master (1981)
FIDE rating2435 (August 2021)
Peak rating2443 (July 2000)

In 1985, Qi competed in the Interzonal tournament in Taxco, Mexico. He scored 6½ points in a field of 16 players, finishing in 11th place.

Qi was a member of the Chinese national chess team. He was part of the national team at the Chess Olympiad three times in 1978-1980, 1984. He played a total of 38 games scoring 16 wins, 12 draws and 10 losses.[2]

He also competed once at the World Team Chess Championship (1985) having played a total of 8 games (1 wins, 3 draws, 4 losses);[3] and four times at the Asian Team Chess Championship (1977–1983) having played 31 games (18 wins, 7 draws, 6 losses).[4]

Qi plays for the Guangdong chess club in the China Chess League (CCL).[5]

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Preceded by
Chen De
Men's Chinese Chess Champion
1975
Succeeded by
Chen De
Preceded by
Chen De
Men's Chinese Chess Champion
1978
Succeeded by
Li Zunian