Qi Jingxuan

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Qi Jingxuan
Full name Qi Jingxuan
Country  China
Born (1947-11-09) November 9, 1947 (age 69)
Zhenhai, Ningbo, Zhejiang, China
Title International Master (1981)
FIDE rating 2435 (April 2017)
Peak rating 2443 (July 2000)
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Qi.

Qi Jingxuan (Chinese: 戚惊萱; born 9 November 1947)[1] is a Chinese International Master chess player.

In 1975 and 1978, he won the Chinese Chess Championship.

Jingxuan was a member of the Chinese national chess team. He was part of the national team at the Chess Olympiad three times in 1978-1980, 1984. He played a total of 38 games scoring 16 wins, 12 draws and 10 losses.[2]

He also competed once at the World Men's Team Chess Championship (1985) having played a total 8 games (1 wins, 3 draws, 4 losses);[3] and four times at the Asian Men's Team Chess Championship (1977–1983) having played 31 games (18 wins, 7 draws, 6 losses).[4]

His current (inactive) Elo rating is 2435 according to FIDE.

China Chess League[edit]

Qi Jingxuan plays for Guangdong chess club in the China Chess League (CCL).[5]

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Preceded by
Chen De
Men's Chinese Chess Champion
1975
Succeeded by
Chen De
Preceded by
Chen De
Men's Chinese Chess Champion
1978
Succeeded by
Li Zunian