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|Mar-20-14|| ||norami: Or maybe Lay Tingle.|
|Mar-20-14|| ||Alien Math: <nok> Appears to find name correct, here article with picture of Lei Tingjie, 6th Chinese Individual Championship in Xinghua http://sports.sina.com.cn/go/2014-0... Notes in Chinese|
|May-11-14|| ||waustad: She continues to do well and is leading The fourth Chess Women Master Tournment with 4/5 so far: http://chess-results.com/tnr133261....|
Live games at: http://games.sports.cn/chessorg/dom... or via chessdom
|Feb-09-15|| ||waustad: Congratulations on winning the women's section of the Moscow Open, scoring 8/9.|
|Mar-27-15|| ||BIDMONFA: Tingjie Lei|
|May-29-15|| ||Penguincw: Congrats to Tingjie Lei for her performance at the Chinese Women Championship. She scored 7.5/11 for a tie for 3rd, but was the only undefeated player.|
|May-29-15|| ||WannaBe: Picture of her from last year, about 1/2 way down:
|Feb-12-16|| ||waustad: She has returned to Graz this year to play in the Graz Open. This tournament isn't played at the casino, so she doesn't have to play next door. After a win over IM Walter Wittmann in the first round her second round opponent will be FM Robert Perhinig (2315). Games can be found on chess-results.com, including with a live feed.|
|Feb-12-16|| ||WannaBe: Must be very distracting to have all the slot machine noises and croupier yelling SEVEN WINNA!!!|
|Feb-16-16|| ||waustad: After 6 rounds she is 1/2 point behind the leaders Markus Ragger, Li Chao b and Banusz Tamas. Ragger is certainly leading in moves played, since today he strove to win a game a pawn up in a rook and opposite colored bishop endgame, lasting 120 moves. Her opponent in round 7 is Pap Gyula. (FYI, since both Chinese and Magyar use family name first, I think I've ordered names in their local form. I make no promises that I got it right, but I try.)|
|Feb-18-16|| ||waustad: Going into the 9th round a GM norm is almost sure. She's in a 3 way tie for second place with 6, half a point behind Li Chao. Her opponent tomorrow is Banusz Tamas. With a 2732 tpr so far, I think the norm is in the bag, along with some prize money. I'm not sure if she could get both the top female prize and an overall place prize in this tournament, since it is sometimes explicitly stated that only one prize can be won. If this is an only one prize tournament, Monica Socko is the most likely to win the top female, dispite her loss today to Markus Ragger.|
|Feb-19-16|| ||sonia91: She finished 4th in Graz with a 2662 performance, earning her second GM norm: http://chess-results.com/tnr181947....|
|Apr-03-16|| ||sonia91: Interview: http://www.asianchess.com/news/deta...|
|Aug-31-16|| ||cro777: At the 2016 Asian Nations Cup Lei Tingjie won two team gold medals.|
In the women's section the Chinese team was the winner in both standard and rapid and blitz time control competition.
|Aug-31-16|| ||cro777: Lei Tinjie (2480) tops FIDE September 2016 Junior Girls rating list ahead of Aleksandra Goryachkina:|
Lei Tingjie next tournament is the Chinese Chess League Division A (rounds 12-15) which starts on September 23. She plays for the Chongqing chess team.
(Lei Tingjie playing in the 2016 Chinese Chess League).
|Jan-02-17|| ||cro777: Lei Tinjie (2467) tops FIDE January 2017 Junior Girls rating list ahead of Aleksandra Goryachkina (2466).|
In the Chinese Chess League (Division A) Lei Tinjie plays for the Chongqing team:
|Jan-12-17|| ||sonia91: Congratulations on becoming a GM (the 34th woman)!|
She earned the 3rd norm in the Philippines in Dec 2016: http://ratings.fide.com/title_appli...
She plays in the Tata Steel (Challengers) (2017).
|Mar-10-17|| ||Gottschalk: Very Good win below
[Event "Philippine Open 2016"]
[Site "Subic Bay PHI"]
[White "Lei Tingjie"]
[Black "Puranik, A."]
1. Nf3 Nf6 2. c4 b6 3. d4 Bb7 4. Nc3 g6 5. Qc2 Bxf3 6. gxf3 Bg7 7. Bg5 h6 8.
Bd2 c5 9. d5 e6 10. f4 a6 11. e4 e5 12. fxe5 Ng4 13. Be2 Nxe5 14. h4 h5 15.
O-O-O b5 16. f4 Ng4 17. Bxg4 hxg4 18. e5 d6 19. Ne4 dxe5 20. fxe5 Bxe5 21. Bc3
Nd7 22. Rde1 O-O 23. h5 g5 24. h6 b4 25. Bd2 Bf4 26. Bxf4 gxf4 27. Qd2 Ne5 28.
Kb1 Ng6 29. Nxc5 Qf6 30. Ne4 Qe7 31. Qd4 Ne5 32. Nc5 f6 33. Ne6 Qh7+ 34. Ka1 f3
35. Rxe5 fxe5 36. Qxg4+ 1-0
|Mar-17-17|| ||waustad: Congratulations on getting the full GM title this month.|
|Mar-17-17|| ||Stonehenge: Her birthday on the WGM application is 13.03.1997 and 03.03.1997 on the GM application.|
|May-04-17|| ||AzingaBonzer: Congratulations to Lei Tingjie for winning the 2017 Chinese Women's Championship!|
|Jun-04-17|| ||sonia91: The reigning Chinese women's champion just won the Women Masters in Wuxi, China, a 10-player round-robin featuring ten among the top Chinese female players and young talents. Thanks to this victory, Lei is back to 2500+ club.|
|Jan-24-18|| ||cro777: Lei Tingjie won the XLIII chess open internacional "Ciudad de Sevilla" which took place from 12 to 20 January, 2018 in Sevilla, Spain.|
|Mar-13-19|| ||sonia91: Today she had a great birthday: after beating Sabina Foisor, China won the match against the US and also won the World Team Chess Championship (Women) (2019) with a round to spare!|
<Lei Tingjie winning the game, match and championship on her birthday! #WTCC2019> http://twitter.com/nvmea/status/110...
|Mar-13-19|| ||Penguincw: Happy Birthday to GM Tingjie Lei .|
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