Li Wenliang

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Li Wenliang
Full name Li Wenliang
Country  China
Born (1967-04-21) April 21, 1967 (age 50)
China
Title International Master (1994)
FIDE rating 2429 (June 2017)
Peak rating 2511 (October 2001)

Li Wenliang (Chinese: 李文良;[1] born April 21, 1967)[2] is a veteran Chinese chess player and (as of 2002) China's Deputy National Team Manager.[3]

He has competed once at the World Men's Team Chess Championship in 1993, having played 9 games (+4 =4 -1). Though the team overall finished in 7th place, Li won an individual gold medal for his performance on board 4.[4]

In 2008, he tied for 1st-5th with Yang Kaiqi, Salor Sitanggang, Jaan Ehlvest and Utut Adianto in the 1st Korea Open chess tournament in Seoul.[5]

China Chess League[edit]

Li Wenliang plays for Guangdong chess club in the China Chess League (CCL).[6]

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