August 10, 1977 |
|FIDE rating||2524 (March 2017)|
|Peak rating||2559 (January 2009)|
In 2005 at the 5th Asian Chess Championship in Hyderabad, India, 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 Open and the Chinese Chess Championship, besides others.
In September 2008, Li won the 4th Prospero Pichay Cup in a field of eighteen grandmasters at the Duty Free Fiesta Mall in Parañaque City. He scored 7½/9 with one point clear from the rest of the field.
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