🏆 Chinese Team Championships (2017)
Player: Yuanhe Zhao
|Jul-29-17|| ||sonia91: Grischuk scored 3.5/4 playing for Shanghai in the third leg. He is now back to the top10 in the live ratings.|
|Jul-29-17|| ||cro777: The third leg (rounds 8-11) of the 2017 Chinese Chess League (Division A) took place from 26-29 July in Ningbo.|
WIM Gu Tianlu (2186) pulled off the big upset in the 11th round. She defeated World champion Tan Zhongyi (2517)!
The next leg (rounds 12-15) will be held from 18-21 August in Wuxi League.
|Jul-30-17|| ||cro777: After the first half (11 rounds out of 22) of the 2017 Chinese Chess League, the Beijing team is leading in a tight finish ahead of Chongqing team and the defending champion Shanghai (reinforced with Alexander Grischuk).|
The leaders after 11 rounds (matchpoints, gamepoints):
Beijing 17 (33.5)
Chongqing 17 (31.0)
Shanghai 16 (34)
The Beijing chess team (on the left of the picture): Yu Yangyi, Wang Yiye, Fang Yan and Zhao Xue and Wang Jue (on two women's boards).
|Aug-20-17|| ||cro777: The fourth leg (rounds 12-15) of the 2017 Chinese Chess League (Division A) is taking place from 18-21 August in Wuxi, an old city in southern Jiangsu province, China. |
(The Shanghai chess team stars Alexander Grischuk and Ju Wenjun).
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