10 March 1976 |
|Peak rating||2602 (October 2000)|
In 2000, he became China's 11th Grandmaster.
In October 1999, Wu came joint first (with Dao Thien Hai, Peng Xiaomin, and Bu Xiangzhi) with 6 pts at the Qingdao Daily Cup. In November 2003, Wu came joint second (with Ni Hua, after Zhang Zhong) at the Chinese Men's Individual Chess Championship in Shan Wei. In November 2004, he came joint third (with Wang Yue) at the Chinese Chess Championship in Lanzhou. In December 2004, Wu finished third at the Singapore Masters.
Wu has competed for the China national chess team twice at the Men's Chess Olympiad (1998 and 2000) (games played 12: +5, =3, -4), and once at the Men's Asian Team Chess Championship (1999), with an overall record of 8 games (+5, =2, -1).
China Chess League
- Rating data for player Wu, Wenjin, (CHN)
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- Xiangzhi Bu Youngest GM in the world
- FIDE Online. Archive - Tournament report January 2004 CHN Indv.Ch.Men 2003
- FIDE Online. Archive - Tournament report April 2005 CHN Champ. 2004
- FIDE Online. Archive - Tournament report April 2005 SIN Masters 2004
- Chinese Chess Team to Play in International Chess Olympics
- OlimpBase :: Men's Chess Olympiads :: Wu Wenjin
- OlimpBase :: Men's Asian Team Chess Championship :: Wu Wenjin
- Wu, Wenjin CHN FIDE World Top Chess Player