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Kanying Qin
K Qin 
Number of games in database: 115
Years covered: 1989 to 2008
Last FIDE rating: 2466
Highest rating achieved in database: 2489

Overall record: +26 -22 =52 (52.0%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games in the database. 15 exhibition games, blitz/rapid, odds games, etc. are excluded from this statistic.

With the White pieces:
 Sicilian (22) 
    B40 B52 B30 B47 B51
 Caro-Kann (7) 
    B12 B10 B19 B15 B17
 Ruy Lopez (7) 
    C90 C67 C92 C93 C77
 French Defense (5) 
    C02 C07
 Ruy Lopez, Closed (4) 
    C90 C92 C93
 Sicilian Taimanov (4) 
    B46 B47
With the Black pieces:
 Grunfeld (21) 
    D85 D97 D91 D92 D90
 Ruy Lopez (16) 
    C77 C97 C84 C69 C99
 Ruy Lopez, Closed (8) 
    C97 C84 C99 C96 C91
 Giuoco Piano (5) 
    C53 C50
 English, 1 c4 c5 (5) 
    A35 A30 A33
 Scotch Game (5) 
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(born Feb-02-1974, 43 years old) China

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WGM (1992) Qin Kanying was born in Shanghai, China and moved to Canada in 2009. She is married to GM Xiaomin Peng, who is also her trainer. She won the Chinese championship (w) five times: in 1988, 1991, 1995, 1999 and 2004.

Wikipedia article: Qin Kanying

 page 1 of 5; games 1-25 of 115  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves Year Event/LocaleOpening
1. M K Abdullah vs K Qin  ½-½23 1989 Asian Team Championship, Genting Highlands (MalB41 Sicilian, Kan
2. S Mirza vs K Qin  0-146 1989 Asian Team Championship, Genting Highlands (MalD85 Grunfeld
3. K Qin vs R De Guzman  1-050 1989 Asian Team Championship, Genting Highlands (MalB47 Sicilian, Taimanov (Bastrikov) Variation
4. J Liew vs K Qin  ½-½30 1989 Asian Team Championship, Genting Highlands (MalA45 Queen's Pawn Game
5. R Gunawan vs K Qin  0-132 1989 Asian Team Championship, Genting Highlands (MalD92 Grunfeld, 5.Bf4
6. Zsofia Polgar vs K Qin 1-031 1990 Chess Olympiad (Women)B42 Sicilian, Kan
7. K Qin vs S Jackson  ½-½94 1990 Chess Olympiad (Women)C90 Ruy Lopez, Closed
8. M Litinskaya-Shul vs K Qin  ½-½30 1991 Subotica Interzonal (Women)A15 English
9. K Qin vs A Galliamova  1-034 1991 Subotica UYUGOC02 French, Advance
10. N Gaprindashvili vs K Qin  1-042 1991 Izt (w)D85 Grunfeld
11. K Qin vs N Gaprindashvili  ½-½29 1992 Tournament (candidates)B06 Robatsch
12. K Qin vs Zsuzsa Polgar  ½-½13 1992 Tournament (candidates), Shanghai (China)C60 Ruy Lopez
13. N Gaprindashvili vs K Qin  0-146 1992 Tournament (candidates)D85 Grunfeld
14. K Qin vs Chiburdanidze  ½-½43 1992 Candidates (Women)B83 Sicilian
15. Zsuzsa Polgar vs K Qin  1-033 1992 Tournament (candidates), Shanghai (China)E61 King's Indian
16. Chiburdanidze vs K Qin  1-037 1992 Candidates (Women)E60 King's Indian Defense
17. A Galliamova vs K Qin 1-048 1993 Women's InterzonalD97 Grunfeld, Russian
18. Chiburdanidze vs K Qin  ½-½36 1993 Jakarta Interzonal (Women)D91 Grunfeld, 5.Bg5
19. Zsofia Polgar vs K Qin  ½-½41 1994 Olympiad (Womans), Moscow (Russia)B43 Sicilian, Kan, 5.Nc3
20. A Galliamova vs K Qin  1-041 1995 09D85 Grunfeld
21. J Ye vs K Qin  ½-½32 1997 Beijing ST Lee cupB72 Sicilian, Dragon
22. K Qin vs Karpov 0-148 1998 Simultan, Beijing (China)B12 Caro-Kann Defense
23. Akopian vs K Qin  ½-½29 2000 Goodricke OpenA35 English, Symmetrical
24. K Qin vs X Peng  0-146 2000 Goodricke OpenB19 Caro-Kann, Classical
25. D Collas vs K Qin  ½-½62 2000 Goodricke OpenC45 Scotch Game
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Kibitzer's Corner
Mar-13-06  EmperorAtahualpa: A photo of her taken during the Women's World Chess Championships:
Mar-13-06  lopium: Seems a very (nice!!!!) strong woman!! 2489!! wow!
Mar-16-06  BIDMONFA: Qin Kanying


Mar-16-06  SickedChess: Interview with Qin Kanying (Year 2000)

Qin has qualified to the semi-finals of the World chess championship and this interview was taken few days back. Here she speaks about her ambition and her interest in chess.

<The Chinese player Qin Kanying has serious ambitions to win the Women's World chess championship 2000. Qin who reached the Quarterfinal stage of the World Cup in China did not make the Chinese team for the Olympiad. Here she speaks about herself and chess. >

<When did you start playing chess and how?>

At the age of ten. I learnt from my school.

<Donít you think it is very late to start chess? >


< Who is your trainer? >

My husband and myself train together. We got married recently and he is GM Peng Xiaomin.

< Who is your favorite player? >


< Have you seen all his games? >

Not really. Just a few games which I really wanted to see.

< Whom do you think will win this tournament? >

Vishy, who is the top seed.

< How far do you think you will reach in these championships? >

I will try for the title.

< Have you been to India? >

Yes. Once to Calcutta and then to Udaipur.

< How do you find the food here? >

It is really good and different. Spicy and herbal.

< Have you got any plans to go around India after this tournament? >

Yes, I would like to visit the Tajmahal.

< What are the languages you know? >

Chinese and a little bit of English.

< What is your educational qualification? >

After college (School in India) now I am now graduating in commerce.

<What are your future plans? >

I will fight for the world championships.

< What is your aim in life? >

Not just chess right, enjoy life, tour the world, have a happy life.

< Have you got a computer? Do you enjoy playing with computers? >

Yes, I have a computer. I play with it but still I donít like because it is not human but just a machine in there.

Mar-16-06  SickedChess: did you know that in the 2000 Women's Final Xie Jun beats Qin Kanying Qin Kanying was vice world champion
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