Li Zunian

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Li Zunian
Full name Li Zunian
Country  China
Born (1958-01-08) January 8, 1958 (age 59)[1]
Title International Master (1983)
FIDE rating 2378 (inactive)
Peak rating 2413 (July 2000)
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Li.

Li Zunian (Chinese: 李祖年; born January 8, 1958)[2] is a Chinese International Master chess player. He was the Chinese National Chess Champion in 1979.

Li made competed for the China national chess team with four appearances at the Chess Olympiads (1980–1986) with an overall record of 49 games played (+15, =21, -13).[3] He also made four appearances in total at the Men's Asian Team Chess Championship (1979–1983, 1987) with an overall record of 29 games played (+23, =2, -4);[4] and one appearance at the World Men's Team Chess Championship in 1985 with 8 games played (+0, =5, -3).[5]

China Chess League[edit]

Li Zunian played for Sichuan chess club in the China Chess League (CCL).[6]

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Preceded by
Qi Jingxuan
Men's Chinese Chess Champion
Succeeded by
Liu Wenzhe