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|Full name||Yang Kaiqi杨凯淇|
6 May 1988 |
|Title||International Master (2009)|
|FIDE rating||2419 (May 2017)|
|Peak rating||2429 (October 2008)|
Yang Kaiqi (born 6 May 1988 in Heilongjiang Province) is a Chinese IM chess player, who won the First (Hi Seoul) Korea Open Chess tournament held at the Olympic Parktel Convention Center, Seoul (from 29 November – 6 December 2008). This is the strongest chess tournament ever held in South Korea.
In 2015 he shared first place in the 46th National Chess Congress in Philadelphia, finishing ahead of strong Grandmasters such as Gata Kamsky and Sergey Erenburg.  He is now based in Canada, and shared second place behind GM Evgeny Bareev in the 2015 "Chess to Remember" tournament in Toronto held to mark the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide.
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