Wu Wenjin

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Wu Wenjin
Country  China
Born (1976-03-10) 10 March 1976 (age 41)[1]
China
Title Grandmaster (2000)
Peak rating 2602 (October 2000)

Wu Wenjin (Chinese: 吴文瑾; born 10 March 1976)[2] is a Chinese chess Grandmaster.

In 2000, he became China's 11th Grandmaster.

Career[edit]

Wu Wenjin won the Asian Junior Chess Championship in 1996 in Macau.[3]

In October 1999, Wu came joint first (with Dao Thien Hai, Peng Xiaomin, and Bu Xiangzhi) with 6 pts at the Qingdao Daily Cup.[4] In November 2003, Wu came joint second (with Ni Hua, after Zhang Zhong) at the Chinese Men's Individual Chess Championship in Shan Wei.[5] In November 2004, he came joint third (with Wang Yue) at the Chinese Chess Championship in Lanzhou.[6] In December 2004, Wu finished third at the Singapore Masters.[7]

Wu has competed for the China national chess team twice at the Men's Chess Olympiad (1998 and 2000[8]) (games played 12: +5, =3, -4),[9] and once at the Men's Asian Team Chess Championship (1999), with an overall record of 8 games (+5, =2, -1).[10]

He reached his highest FIDE rating of 2602 on October 2000 when he was ranked 86th in the world.[11]

China Chess League[edit]

Wu Wenjin plays for Jiangsu chess club in the China Chess League (CCL).[12]

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