Li Shilong

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This is a Chinese name; the family name is Li.
Li Shilong
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Full name Li Shilong
Country  China
Born (1977-08-10) August 10, 1977 (age 37)
China
Title Grandmaster (2002)
FIDE rating 2493 (September 2014)
Peak rating 2559 (January 2009)

Li Shilong (simplified Chinese: 李师龙; traditional Chinese: 李師龍; pinyin: Lǐ Shīlóng; born August 10, 1977)[1] is a Chinese chess Grandmaster. In 2002, he became China's 14th Grandmaster.

At the 5–16 October 2005 5th Asian Chess Championship in Hyderabad, he came second with 7.5/9 points behind Zhang Zhong. He has competed in numerous tournaments, including the Amsterdam tournament, Groningen Chess Festival, Corus tournament, Aeroflot Open, Noteboom Memorial, Cappelle la Grande and the Chinese Chess Championship, besides others.

In September 2008, Li won the 4th Prospero Pichay Cup in a field of 18 grandmasters at the Duty Free Fiesta Mall in Parañaque City. He scored 7½/9 with 1 point clear from the rest of the field.[2]

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