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Yu Yangyi
Yu Yangyi 
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Number of games in database: 833
Years covered: 2007 to 2018
Last FIDE rating: 2760 (2744 rapid, 2799 blitz)

Overall record: +261 -69 =293 (65.4%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games in the database. 210 exhibition games, blitz/rapid, odds games, etc. are excluded from this statistic.

With the White pieces:
 Sicilian (105) 
    B90 B48 B30 B42 B32
 Ruy Lopez (71) 
    C65 C67 C78 C77 C84
 Sicilian Najdorf (37) 
    B90 B96 B94 B97
 French Defense (30) 
    C02 C10 C11 C15 C04
 Caro-Kann (29) 
    B12 B18 B17 B13 B10
 Scotch Game (24) 
With the Black pieces:
 Sicilian (118) 
    B30 B33 B42 B90 B92
 Queen's Gambit Declined (52) 
    D38 D30 D31 D37 D35
 Nimzo Indian (34) 
    E39 E34 E21 E25 E38
 Queen's Pawn Game (32) 
    D02 A45 E10 D00 E00
 Sicilian Kan (20) 
    B42 B41 B43
 Sicilian Najdorf (18) 
    B92 B90 B91 B94
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NOTABLE GAMES: [what is this?]
   Yu Yangyi vs A Zatonskih, 2013 1-0
   Yu Yangyi vs L Dominguez, 2015 1-0
   Yu Yangyi vs Kramnik, 2014 1-0
   J Duda vs Yu Yangyi, 2014 0-1
   S P Sethuraman vs Yu Yangyi, 2014 0-1
   Yu Yangyi vs W So, 2015 1-0
   A Giri vs Yu Yangyi, 2014 0-1
   Yu Yangyi vs Li Shilong, 2012 1-0
   Yu Yangyi vs Svidler, 2014 1-0
   Yu Yangyi vs E Torre, 2009 1-0

NOTABLE TOURNAMENTS: [what is this?]
   Asian Continental Chess Championship (2012)
   2nd Indonesia Open Chess Championship (2012)
   World Junior Championship (2013)
   Qatar Masters (2014)
   Millionaire Chess (2015)
   Capablanca Memorial (2015)
   Chinese Chess League (2017)
   Tradewise Gibraltar (2017)
   Tata Steel Group B (2014)
   World Junior Championship (2012)
   Pro Chess League (2018)
   48th World Junior Championship (2009)
   Tradewise Gibraltar (2013)
   Chinese Chess League (2016)
   Chess Olympiad (2014)

GAME COLLECTIONS: [what is this?]
   Best Of Yu Yangyi by AzingaBonzer

   🏆 Pro Chess League
   Megan Lee vs Yu Yangyi (Mar-07-18) 0-1, rapid
   G Sargissian vs Yu Yangyi (Mar-07-18) 1-0, rapid
   Yu Yangyi vs Nakamura (Mar-07-18) 1/2-1/2, rapid
   Yu Yangyi vs G Margvelashvili (Mar-07-18) 1-0, rapid
   S Foisor vs Yu Yangyi (Feb-28-18) 0-1, rapid

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(born Jun-08-1994, 24 years old) China
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World U10 Champion (2004); GM (2009); World U10 Champion (2004); World Junior Champion (2013); Chinese Champion (2014).


Yu Yangyi is China's 29th Grandmaster and one of the world’s top Juniors. He gained his Grandmaster title with effect from 1 July 2009 aged 15 and 23 days, without having first acquired either a FM or IM title, winning his GM norms at the 8th Asian Continental Chess Championship (2009) (a double or 18-game norm due to the event’s continental status) and at the Subic International Open 2009 the following week.

Championship Tournaments

<Youth> Yu’s first impact in international chess occurred when he came =2nd in the World U10 Championship in Halkidiki in Greece in 2003. He then went one step further in 2004 when he won the U10 title in Heraklio, also in Greece.

<Junior> In August 2012, he scored 9/13 in the World Junior Championship (2012), a point behind the winner, Alexander Ipatov. In September 2013, he reversed the result by winning the World Junior Championship (2013) with a stunning 11/13 (+9 =4) ahead of runner-up, Alexander Ipatov, also recording an extraordinary TPR of 2813.

<National and Continential> In May 2009, the then untitled teenager came equal third in the abovementioned 8th Asian Continental Chess Championship (2009), thereby qualifying for the World Cup (2009). His performance at the 10th Asian Individual Championship (2011), where he placed =1st alongside Ngoc Truongson Nguyen and Pentala Harikrishna qualified him for the World Cup (2011). He placed outright second at the Chinese Chess Championship (2012), scoring 7/11. He then came =1st (2nd on tiebreak) with 7/9 at the Asian Continental Chess Championship (2012), qualifying him for the World Cup (2013). He won the Chinese Championship (2014) with 7/11 on tiebreak ahead of Ding Liren and was =3rd with 6.5/11 in the Chinese Championship (2015).

<World> Yu was the 113th seed in the World Cup (2009) and caused the biggest upset of the first round by defeating 16th seeded Sergei Mushegovic Movsesian. In the second round he defeated number 80 seed, Mateusz Bartel, before being defeated in the third round by Maxime Vachier-Lagrave. In the World Cup (2011), he fell in the first round to Romanian GM Mircea-Emilian Parligras. In the World Cup (2013), he defeated the Ukrainian-Slovenian veteran Alexander Beliavsky in the first round but lost to Italian GM Fabiano Caruana in the 2nd round. Winning the 2013 World Junior Championship qualified Yu Yangyi to play in the World Cup (2015), where he defeated Moldavan GM Viorel Iordachescu in the first round and Igor Lysyj in the second round before losing to Sergey Karjakin in the third round to exit the event.

Standard Tournaments

Yu Yangyi's best results so far in other tournaments have been 2nd in the Aeroflot Open Group C in 2007, 3rd in the Aeroflot Open Group B in 2008, 3rd in the Dvorkovich Cup in Moscow in 2008, 2nd in the Zhejiang Lishui Xingqiu Open in September 2009 behind Le Quang Liem, and first in the 1st HD Bank Cup Open 2011. His breakthrough results came in the 2011 Moscow Open where he came =2nd (3rd on countback) with 6/9 (2768 performance rating) and at the Aeroflot Open (2011) when he placed =4th with 6/9 (+4 -1 =4 and a 2762 performance rating), half a point behind the leaders. He barnstormed a brilliant win with 7/9, 1.5 points clear of equal second placed Bu Xiangzhi and Wang Yue, at the 2nd Danzhou Tournament (2011), the result lifting him into the top 100 of the world. In October 2012 he won the 2nd Indonesia Open Chess Championship (2012).

2013 started with strong performances in the Tradewise Gibraltar (2013) where he placed =5th with 7.5/10, and at the Reykjavik Open (2013) where he scored 7/10 to bring his rating to within a few points of 2700. However, March 2013 saw a significant setback at the 3rd HD Bank Cup (2013) where he scored a poor 5.5/9, shedding 21 rating points. Poor results at the Chinese Championship (2013) in April and in the 4th Danzhou Tournament (2013) in May damaged his cause even further, however, a strong 6.5/7 at the 4th Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games 2013 held in Incheon in South Korea in July 2013 partially restored his fortunes as did winning the World Junior championship soon afterwards (see above).

2014 saw a slow start with 7/13 at the Tata Steel Group B (2014), but in April he won the Asian Continental Championship Open outright with 7/9, and also won the blitz tournament that accompanied this event with 7.5/9. In June he was =5th at the 5th Danzhou Tournament (2014). In October he competed in the Millionaire Chess (2014), and finished in the top 4 to qualify for the rapid playoffs to decide the prizes, but lost to Ray Robson in the first playoff to finish 3rd-4th. Yu Yangyi's finest result to date occurred in December 2014 when he finished outright 1st with 7.5/9 (+6 -0 =3) in the immensely powerful Qatar Masters (2014), securing top position in the last two rounds when he defeated Vladimir Kramnik and Anish Giri.

2015 started with a rating neutral 7/10 at the Tradewise Gibraltar (2015), 1.5 points off the lead. April saw his participation in the Chinese League and the World Team Championship (see below). Then in June 2015, he scored a powerful win in the 10-round DRR category 19 Capablanca Memorial (2015), winning with a round to spare in a powerful field that included local heroes Leinier Dominguez Perez and Lazaro Bruzon Batista, as well as European GMs Dmitry Andreikin, Pavel Eljanov and Ian Nepomniachtchi. The following month, in July 2015, he participated in the 6th Hainan Danzhou (2015), placing in the middle of the category 17 field, and losing 8 rating points. In October 2015, he lead the field at the Millionaire Chess (2015) to make it into the final four playoff, finishing runner up to the eventual winner, Hikaru Nakamura. In December 2015, Yu Yangyi was equal first with Magnus Carlsen in the powerful Qatar Masters (2015), but was runner up after losing the blitz tiebreaker.

Team Tournaments

<Olympiad> Yu Yangyi's inaugural participation in the biennial Olympiad was outstandingly auspicious. Playing board 3 for China at the Chess Olympiad (2014), he blitzed the field with a stunning 9.5/11 (TPR of 2912!) to win gold for board 3 and to be one of the prime movers of China's first gold medal at Olympiads. This performance also elevated him to the 2700 rating group (in September 2014) for the first time on official lists.

<National Representative> Yu played board four for the silver medal winning Chinese team at the World Chess Team Championship (2011). He scored team gold and individual silver on the reserve board for China at the 17th Asian Team Championship held in Zaozhuang, China in May 2012. He also scored team and individual silver at the FIDE World Team Championship (2013), helped China to gold at the Asian Nations Cup (2014) and played board 2 for China to help his team to another gold medal at the FIDE World Team Championship (2015). He was also a member of the victorious Chinese team that participated in the China - Russia (2015) as well as a member of the Chinese team currently participating in the China - Russia Challenge (2015) that will be finished at the end of 2015.

<European Club Cup> Immediately after his strong result at the Millionaire Chess Event in Las Vegas (see above), he played board six for SK Alkaloid Skopje in the European Club Cup (2015), winning gold for his board with his team finishing sixth in the event.

<National League> He plays for the Beijing AIGO Team in the Chinese Chess League and in the 2012 season, he scored 15.5/22 helping his team to 2nd place in the league. He again played for the Beijing team in 2013, scoring 14.5/22 with the team placing placed 2nd out of 12. (1) He played board 1 & 2 for Beijing in the 2014 competition, helping his team to 5th place and in 2015, he led his team to win gold.


Yu Yangyi managed a respectable 9.5/15 at the FIDE World Rapid Championship (2014), finishing 1.5 points from the lead and enhancing his rapid rating by over 50 points. He was not as successful at the FIDE World Blitz Championship (2014), but still ended up with 11.5/21.


Yu's highest rating to date is 2736 in July 2015 when his ranking also reached its highest point so far at 20.

Sources and references


Wikipedia article: Yu Yangyi

Last updated: 2018-06-08 03:55:09

 page 1 of 34; games 1-25 of 833  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. Yu Yangyi vs H Haapala  1-0322007Scandinavian Chess TournamentB87 Sicilian, Fischer-Sozin with ...a6 and ...b5
2. Yu Yangyi vs E Hedman  0-1612007Scandinavian Chess TournamentB87 Sicilian, Fischer-Sozin with ...a6 and ...b5
3. D Bartkowiak vs Yu Yangyi  0-1382007Scandinavian Chess TournamentD43 Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav
4. Yu Yangyi vs S Hanninger  1-0182007Scandinavian Chess TournamentB73 Sicilian, Dragon, Classical
5. Wang Yu vs Yu Yangyi  ½-½132007Scandinavian Chess TournamentB33 Sicilian
6. Yu Yangyi vs L Couso  ½-½292007Scandinavian Chess TournamentB42 Sicilian, Kan
7. N Vanderhallen vs Yu Yangyi  ½-½182007Scandinavian Chess TournamentD16 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav
8. K Nygren vs Yu Yangyi  0-1332007Scandinavian Chess TournamentB32 Sicilian
9. Yu Yangyi vs Wang Chen 1-062008TCh-CHN AC41 Philidor Defense
10. Wen Yang vs Yu Yangyi  0-1342008TCh-CHN A(Rapid)B30 Sicilian
11. Yu Yangyi vs W Li  1-0432008TCh-CHN AB42 Sicilian, Kan
12. Yu Yangyi vs Ngoc Truongson Nguyen  ½-½3520098th Asian Continental Chess ChampionshipC10 French
13. E Ghaem Maghami vs Yu Yangyi  ½-½4920098th Asian Continental Chess ChampionshipA13 English
14. Yu Yangyi vs A Nguyen 1-06820098th Asian Continental Chess ChampionshipC85 Ruy Lopez, Exchange Variation Doubly Deferred (DERLD)
15. M Mahjoob vs Yu Yangyi  1-03620098th Asian Continental Chess ChampionshipD30 Queen's Gambit Declined
16. Yu Yangyi vs E Torre 1-03220098th Asian Continental Chess ChampionshipB02 Alekhine's Defense
17. V Bui vs Yu Yangyi  0-14020098th Asian Continental Chess ChampionshipD00 Queen's Pawn Game
18. Yu Yangyi vs Yu Shaoteng  ½-½3320098th Asian Continental Chess ChampionshipB12 Caro-Kann Defense
19. Yu Yangyi vs W So ½-½4020098th Asian Continental Chess ChampionshipB40 Sicilian
20. S Megaranto vs Yu Yangyi 0-15020098th Asian Continental Chess ChampionshipD45 Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav
21. Yu Yangyi vs Sasikiran 1-05520098th Asian Continental Chess ChampionshipC48 Four Knights
22. A Kunte vs Yu Yangyi  ½-½3920098th Asian Continental Chess ChampionshipA05 Reti Opening
23. Tat Thang Dang vs Yu Yangyi  0-1252009XingQiu OpenD02 Queen's Pawn Game
24. Yu Yangyi vs Qun Ma  1-0612009XingQiu OpenB81 Sicilian, Scheveningen, Keres Attack
25. X Zhang vs Yu Yangyi  0-1552009XingQiu OpenB88 Sicilian, Fischer-Sozin Attack
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  wordfunph: incredible +26 elo by GM Yu Yangyi, now at 2672 and still improving!

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  batongol: I post here just to meet my friend <wordfunph>. At last I found him...

Hello to all <yangyi> believers...

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  wordfunph: <batongol> lol!

go Yang!

Jul-03-11  plimko: Yu Yangyi leads "1st Chinese Rapid Chess Champ" 3/3

Yu Yangyi believer (2) :-)

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  wordfunph: <plimko> thanks for the update..
Jul-05-11  plimko: Standing after preliminary phase:

Yu Yangyi 6.5 52.0
Ding Liren 6.5 48.0
Li Chao 6.5 45.5
Zhou Jianchao 6.5 42.5
Wen Yang 6.5 41.0
Zhao Jun 6.0
Wang Yue 6.0
Wang Yunguo 6.0
Xu Jun 5.5

Yu Yangyi, Ding Liren, Li Chao and Zhou Jianchao go into the Semifinals.

Jul-05-11  plimko: In the 9th round Wang Yue was in a must win situation, but Yu Yangyi forced the draw. What a game!

[Event "1st Chinese Rapid Chess Championships"]
[Site "Hefei/Anhui/China"]
[Date "2011.07.05"]
[Round "9"]
[White "Wang Yue"]
[Black "Yu Yangyi"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[ECO "B48"]
[PlyCount "94"]
[EventDate "2011.??.??"]
[TimeControl "1500+10"]

1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 e6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nc6 5. Nc3 Qc7 6. Be3 a6 7. Qd2 Nf6 8. O-O-O Bb4 9. f3 Ne5 10. Nb3 b5 11. Qe1 Rb8 12. Qg3 O-O 13. Bd4 Bd6 14. f4 Nh5 15. fxe5 Nxg3 16. exd6 Qxd6 17. hxg3 Qxg3 18. Rh3 Qg5+ 19. Be3 Qd8 20. e5 Bb7 21. Nc5 Bc6 22. Bd3 h6 23. N3e4 f5 24. exf6 Rxf6 25. Nxf6+ Qxf6 26. g4 Qe5 27. g5 d6 28. gxh6 dxc5 29. Rg1 c4 30. Rxg7+ Kh8 31. Rh7+ Kg8 32. Rg7+ Kh8 33. Rg5 Qd6 34. Be2 Rg8 35. Rxg8+ Kxg8 36. h7+ Kh8 37. Bd2 e5 38. Rh6 Qc5 39. b4 cxb3 40. axb3 Be4 41. Bd1 Qa3+ 42. Kb1 Qxb3+ 43. Kc1 Qa3+ 44. Kb1 Bd5 45. Bg5 Ba2+ 46. Ka1 Bg8+ 47. Kb1 Ba2+ 1/2-1/2

Jul-05-11  lazyknight: Another rising star from the East. Very promising youngster, a potential world champ for sure. Go Yu!
Jul-06-11  pulsar: <Very promising youngster, a potential world champ for sure.> Agree, one of those notable talents that could make a crack at WCC, given enough support and exposure.
Jul-11-11  27xx: Chinese League Round 7-9:

Round 7: Ma Qun 2427 - GM Yu Yangyi 2652 1-0
Round 8: Yu Yangyi 2652 - IM Wang Shuai 2424 ½-½
Round 9: GM Zhou Jianchao 2660 - GM Yu Yangyi 2652 1-0

What is going on?

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  iking: <27xx: Chinese League Round 7-9:

Round 7: Ma Qun 2427 - GM Yu Yangyi 2652 1-0
Round 8: Yu Yangyi 2652 - IM Wang Shuai 2424 ½-½
Round 9: GM Zhou Jianchao 2660 - GM Yu Yangyi 2652 1-0

What is going on?

lapses ~


Aug-19-11  27xx: <wordfunph: Yu Yangyi turns 17 today, i will shave my head clean if he will not be able to reach 2700 on his 18th birthday --- that's a promise!

happy birthday GM Yu Yangyi!>

How many razors do you need to shave your head? :). Yu is expected to lose 25 rating points in Sep 2011 list, his live rating is 2647.

Oct-19-11  Korifej: I agree Yu is very talented but its early to say new world champion
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  wordfunph: <27xx> hmmmm...around 50 elo in 7 months? GM Yu Yangyi can easily make it.

let's wait for June 8, 2012 :)

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  wordfunph: from pulsar..

"So Yangyi, yet so good!"


Apr-29-12  plimko: What a win and what a blunder!

[Event "Chinese Chess League 2012"]
[Site "Beijing"]
[Date "2012.04.29"]
[Round "2"]
[White "Le, Quang Liem"]
[Black "Yu, Yangyi"]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "D90"]
[WhiteElo "2698"]
[BlackElo "2615"]
[PlyCount "42"]
[EventDate "2012.??.??"]
[EventCountry "CHN"]
[TimeControl "5400+30"]

1. d4 d5 2. c4 c6 3. Nf3 Nf6 4. Nc3 g6 5. cxd5 cxd5 6. Bf4 Bg7 7. e3 O-O 8. h3 Ne4 9. Nxe4 dxe4 10. Nd2 f5 11. Rc1 Nc6 12. Nc4 Be6 13. Be2 Bd5 14. O-O e6 15. Qd2 g5 16. Bh2 f4 17. Bg4 Qf6 18. Nd6 Qg6 19. exf4 gxf4 20. Bxf4 h5 21. Be2 e3 0-1

Chinese Chess League 2012 with Wang Hao, Riazantsev, Ding Liren and naturally Yu Yangyi on 'Scacchi Internazionali'

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  blade2012: Hard fight!

[Event "11th Asian Championship"]
[Site "Ho Chi Mingh City"]
[Date "2012.05.09"]
[Round "5"]
[White "Barbosa, Oliver"]
[Black "Yu, Yangyi"]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "E12"]
[WhiteElo "2550"]
[BlackElo "2626"]
[PlyCount "84"]
[EventDate "2012.??.??"]
[EventCountry "VIE"]
[TimeControl "40/5400+30:1800+30"]

1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 b6 4. a3 Ba6 5. Qb3 d5 6. cxd5 exd5 7. Nc3 Be7 8. g3 O-O 9. Bg2 c5 10. O-O Nc6 11. Qa4 cxd4 $146 (11... Bb7) 12. Nxd5 Bxe2 $5 13. Nxf6+ Bxf6 14. Qxc6 Rc8 15. Qa4 d3 16. Be3 Bxb2 17. Rab1 Qf6 18. Qxa7 Rc2 19. Qb7 h6 20. Qe4 Rd8 21. Rfe1 b5 22. Rxe2 $1 Rc4 (22... Rxe2 23. Bf1 $16 Qc3 24. Rd1) 23. Qb7 $6 (23. Qxc4 $1 bxc4 24. Rexb2 c3 25. Rb3 c2 26. Rc1 $16) 23... dxe2 24. Re1 b4 25. axb4 Rd1 26. Bd2 Bc3 (26... Qd8 $1) 27. Qa8+ Kh7 28. Qd5 Bxd2 29. Qd3+ $6 (29. Qxc4 Bxe1 30. Qxe2 $15 Qa1 31. b5) 29... g6 30. Qxe2 Bxe1 $1 31. Qxd1 Bxb4 32. Bf1 Rc3 33. Kg2 Bc5 34. h4 Kg7 35. Be2 Ba7 36. Qa1 Bb6 37. Qd1 Qc6 38. Qa1 Qc5 39. Kh3 Kh7 40. Qa2 Qc7 41. Bd1 Rd3 42. Qb1 Rxf3 $1 0-1

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  wordfunph: <wordfunph: Yu Yangyi turns 17 today, i will shave my head clean if he will not be able to reach 2700 on his 18th birthday --- that's a promise!>

as promised, i will have to see my barber tonight :(

happy 18th birthday, GM Yu!

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  twinlark: <Wordfunph> Has the hair regrown yet?
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  perfidious: This player would form a hookup for the books: Nguyen Thanh Phuc.
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  WannaBe: Yu Nguyen?
Oct-18-12  ketchuplover: Kudos on winning the Indonesian Open event.
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  wordfunph: 2012 Indonesia Open Champion --- GM Yu Yangyi, congrats!

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  wordfunph: <twinlark: <Wordfunph> Has the hair regrown yet?>

regrown by 1" now :)

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  alexmagnus: Funny, the FIDE database knows two players Yu Yangyi. The other one is born in 1988 and has a blitz rating of 2544 (and no other ratings - now, that's weird).
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