Number of games in database: 136
Years covered: 2012 to 2018
Last FIDE rating: 2435 (2391 rapid, 2186 blitz)
Highest rating achieved in database: 2450
Overall record: +43 -31 =62 (54.4%)*
* Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games in the database.
NOTABLE GAMES: [what is this?]
B Thorfinnsson vs Shiqun Ni, 2015 1/2-1/2
Xueyi Li vs Shiqun Ni, 2015 0-1
Tingjie Lei vs Shiqun Ni, 2013 0-1
NOTABLE TOURNAMENTS: [what is this?]
Saint Louis Fall Classic (Group B) (2017)
Chinese Championship (Women) (2015)
Asian Women Continental Chess Championship (2012)
World Junior Championship (Girls) (2014)
Reykjavik Open (2015)
Chinese Chess League (2016)
Chinese Chess League (2017)
3rd HD Bank Cup (2013)
🏆 Women's World Championship Knockout Tournament
Kosteniuk vs Shiqun Ni (Nov-08-18) 1/2-1/2
Kosteniuk vs Shiqun Ni (Nov-08-18) 1-0
Shiqun Ni vs Kosteniuk (Nov-08-18) 0-1
Shiqun Ni vs Kosteniuk (Nov-07-18) 1/2-1/2
N Zhukova vs Shiqun Ni (Nov-05-18) 1/2-1/2
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Last updated: 2017-02-13 09:13:05
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|Jun-18-15|| ||sonia91: She is now a WGM:
|Jun-18-15|| ||Barococo Prosopoeia: It would be nice to have a photo and a bioof this rising star.|
|Jun-18-15|| ||HeMateMe: If she becomes well known, will we be calling her Shi Ni Ni?|
|Jun-18-15|| ||Alien Math: Ni Shiqun <倪诗群> family name are Ni, moved from Shanghai to Qingdao to continue her education,|
from Bay Area International http://sfinternationalchess.org/201...
|Feb-13-17|| ||BIDMONFA: Shiqun Ni|
|Feb-19-17|| ||cro777: At the Women's World Championship (2017) Ni Shiqun knocks out Olga Girya to reach the quarterfinals!|
|Feb-20-17|| ||notyetagm: <cro777: At the Women's World Championship (2017) Ni Shiqun knocks out Olga Girya to reach the quarterfinals!>|
No, Ni Shiqun knocked out Pogonina, Ju Wenjun knocked out Girya.
Chinese women dominating Russian women.
Ni Shiqun has knocked out Gunina and Pogonina and now only Kosteniuk stands between her and the Final 4. If she beats Kosteniuk, she has basically knocked out the entire Russian Olympiad squad single-handedly!
|Feb-20-17|| ||cro777: <notyetagm: Ni Shiqun knocked out Pogonina> Correct!|
In the first three rounds Ni Shiqun defeated Mkrtchian 1.5-0.5, Gunina 2-0 and Pogonina 1.5-0.5. In the first game of the quarterfinals she drew against Kosteniuk.
In addition to playing chess professionally, the new chess prodigy born in Shanghai is currently studying Finance and Economics at the Shanghai University.
|Feb-20-17|| ||cro777: Ni Shiqun represented the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics at the 1st Asian University Chess Championship 2015 in Beijing, China. |
With an excellent performance of 8.5 out of 9 she won the 1st Asian University Individual Women’s Chess Championship.
|Feb-22-17|| ||cro777: In the quorterfinals Ni Shiqun lost to Kosteniuk 0.5-1.5. Nevertheless, as the coach Yu Shao Teng concluded, her results in this championship were more than expected. Interestingly, she ended the tournament without experiencing any tiebreaks.|
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