Fan Tingyu

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Fan Tingyu
范廷钰
Full nameFan Tingyu
Born (1996-08-06) 6 August 1996 (age 22)
Shanghai, China
ResidenceChina
Turned pro2009
Rank9 dan
AffiliationZhongguo Qiyuan
Fan Tingyu
Traditional Chinese範廷鈺
Simplified Chinese范廷钰

Fan Tingyu (born 6 August 1996) is a Chinese professional Go player.

He won the 17th Xinren Wang and 18th Xinren Wang.[1]

Fan defeated Park Junghwan (b. 1993) [3-1] in the final of the 7th (2012/13) Ing Cup, and became the youngest Ing Cup title holder in history. Fan is also the second-youngest 9 dan (Lee Changho became 9 dan a bit before Fan) in history.

Promotion record[edit]

Rank Year Notes
1 dan 2009 Promoted to professional dan rank after placing in professional qualification tournament.
2 dan 2009 Promoted for performance in the Chinese professional promotion tournament.[2]
3 dan 2010 Promoted for performance in the Chinese professional promotion tournament.[3]
4 dan 2013 Skipped due to the Chinese Weiqi Association promotion rules.
5 dan 2013 Skipped due to the Chinese Weiqi Association promotion rules.
6 dan 2013 Skipped due to the Chinese Weiqi Association promotion rules.
7 dan 2013 Skipped due to the Chinese Weiqi Association promotion rules.
8 dan 2013 Skipped due to the Chinese Weiqi Association promotion rules.
9 dan 2013 Won the 7th Ing Cup against Park Junghwan.

Career Record[edit]

  • 2010: 31 wins, 12 losses[4]
  • 2011: 15 wins, 8 losses[5]

Titles and Runners-up[edit]

As of 10 June 2018
Domestic
Title Wins Runners-up
Liguang Xinxiu Cup 1 (2011)
Weifu Fangkai Cup 1 (2012)
Xinren Wang 3 (2010-2012)
Ahan Tongshan Cup 1 (2013)
Quzhou-Lanke Cup 1 (2014)
CCTV Cup 1 (2018)
Total 5 2
International
Ing Cup 1 (2013)
Total 1 0
Career Total
Total 6 2


References[edit]

  1. ^ "18th Xinren Wang(Shinjin-O)". igokisen.web.fc2.com. Retrieved 11 June 2011.[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "09升段赛总结" (in Chinese). 新浪体育.
  3. ^ "2010年段位赛升段完全汇总" (in Chinese). 新浪体育.
  4. ^ "Chinese win-loss 2010". igokisen.web.fc2.com. Retrieved 11 June 2011.[permanent dead link]
  5. ^ "Chinese win-loss 2011". igokisen.web.fc2.com. Retrieved 11 June 2011.[permanent dead link]