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Jinshi Bai
Number of games in database: 222
Years covered: 2012 to 2018
Last FIDE rating: 2588 (2443 rapid, 2502 blitz)

Overall record: +75 -39 =104 (58.3%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games in the database. 4 exhibition games, blitz/rapid, odds games, etc. are excluded from this statistic.

With the White pieces:
 Queen's Pawn Game (20) 
    E00 D02 A50 A41 E10
 Queen's Gambit Declined (11) 
    D30 D38 D37 D31 D39
 King's Indian (10) 
    E60 E92 E70 E71 E90
 Slav (10) 
    D10 D11 D15 D18
 Catalan (9) 
    E04 E06 E01
 Reti System (8) 
    A04 A06 A05
With the Black pieces:
 Sicilian (26) 
    B48 B47 B46 B40 B31
 Sicilian Taimanov (18) 
    B48 B47 B46 B49
 Grunfeld (17) 
    D85 D79 D70 D94 D97
 Petrov (10) 
    C42 C43
 English, 1 c4 c5 (8) 
    A37 A33 A35
 Queen's Pawn Game (7) 
    D02 A50 D00
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NOTABLE GAMES: [what is this?]
   L van Foreest vs J Bai, 2016 0-1
   J Bai vs B Socko, 2014 1-0
   J Bai vs M Nuri, 2013 1-0

NOTABLE TOURNAMENTS: [what is this?]
   London Chess Classic (Open) (2014)
   Chinese Championship (2016)
   World Junior Championship (2018)
   World Junior Championship (2014)
   World Junior Championship (2017)
   Chinese Chess League (2016)
   World Junior Championship (2013)
   Tradewise Gibraltar (2016)
   2nd Indonesia Open Chess Championship (2012)
   World Junior Championship (2015)
   Chinese Chess League (2017)
   Bundesliga 2015/16 (2015)

   🏆 World Junior Championship
   J Bai vs H Martirosyan (Sep-15-18) 1/2-1/2
   Abhimanyu Puranik vs J Bai (Sep-14-18) 1/2-1/2
   J Bai vs Javokhir Sindarov (Sep-13-18) 1-0
   J Bai vs J S Christiansen (Sep-12-18) 1/2-1/2
   L Jarmula vs J Bai (Sep-11-18) 0-1

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FIDE player card for Jinshi Bai

(born May-18-1999, 19 years old) China
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International Master (2013); Grandmaster (2015).

Jinshi Bai's IM norms were won at the First Saturday Tournament in Budapest in April 2013 and at the Asian Continental Championship 2013 in May 2013, the latter counting as a double norm because of its continental status. He is the 3rd IM born in 1999 after (now GM) Wei Yi and Murali Karthikeyan and at the World Junior Championship (2014) has won (1) a GM norm.


 page 1 of 9; games 1-25 of 222  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. J Bai vs J P Gomez  ½-½4920122nd Indonesia Open Chess ChampionshipE25 Nimzo-Indian, Samisch
2. S Gordon vs J Bai  ½-½4920122nd Indonesia Open Chess ChampionshipA25 English
3. E Ghaem Maghami vs J Bai  1-03120122nd Indonesia Open Chess ChampionshipC53 Giuoco Piano
4. K Tunasly vs J Bai  ½-½3820122nd Indonesia Open Chess ChampionshipC22 Center Game
5. J Bai vs S Prayitno  1-05520122nd Indonesia Open Chess ChampionshipE62 King's Indian, Fianchetto
6. J Bai vs S Sitanggang  1-03620122nd Indonesia Open Chess ChampionshipE94 King's Indian, Orthodox
7. O Dimakiling vs J Bai  1-05020122nd Indonesia Open Chess ChampionshipA25 English
8. J Bai vs S Irwanto  0-13620122nd Indonesia Open Chess ChampionshipD52 Queen's Gambit Declined
9. A K Zor vs J Bai  0-1552013World Junior ChampionshipD02 Queen's Pawn Game
10. J Bai vs V Lozhnikov  1-0302013World Junior ChampionshipD85 Grunfeld
11. J Bai vs M Nuri 1-0272013World Junior ChampionshipE60 King's Indian Defense
12. V S Gujrathi vs J Bai  ½-½382013World Junior ChampionshipA37 English, Symmetrical
13. U Eliseev vs J Bai  1-0492013World Junior ChampionshipC80 Ruy Lopez, Open
14. J Bai vs M Pon  1-0242013World Junior ChampionshipE38 Nimzo-Indian, Classical, 4...c5
15. J Bai vs Wei Yi ½-½212013World Junior ChampionshipD78 Neo-Grunfeld, 6.O-O c6
16. M Kanarek vs J Bai  1-0592013World Junior ChampionshipA37 English, Symmetrical
17. D Debashis vs J Bai  1-0752013World Junior ChampionshipD17 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav
18. J Bai vs B Uysal  1-0402013World Junior ChampionshipE15 Queen's Indian
19. A Pavlidis vs J Bai  0-1322013World Junior ChampionshipC49 Four Knights
20. J Bai vs J K Duda  0-1402013World Junior ChampionshipD35 Queen's Gambit Declined
21. Srinath Narayanan vs J Bai  ½-½202013World Junior ChampionshipC47 Four Knights
22. J Bai vs S P Rahul  1-0392014World Junior ChampionshipE92 King's Indian
23. R van Kampen vs J Bai  ½-½262014World Junior ChampionshipB48 Sicilian, Taimanov Variation
24. J Bai vs J K Duda  ½-½532014World Junior ChampionshipE04 Catalan, Open, 5.Nf3
25. S Mahadevan vs J Bai  0-1602014World Junior ChampionshipD02 Queen's Pawn Game
 page 1 of 9; games 1-25 of 222  PGN Download
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Kibitzer's Corner
Premium Chessgames Member
  wordfunph: Cebu's pride!
Oct-11-14  BIDMONFA: Jinshi Bai

BAI, Jinshi

Oct-11-14  NightKnight: Chinese rule the world...
Oct-14-14  notyetagm: Jinshi Bai is doing very well at the World Junior Championship (2014), trailing by only 1/2-point with 5 rounds to go.
Premium Chessgames Member
  sonia91: Bai is China's newest GM:

He jointly won the 2014 London Chess Classic Open:

Bai also won this year's Chinese Championship B group ( and qualified for the next year's A group (with big names like Wei Yi, Ding Liren etc.).

Premium Chessgames Member
  sonia91: Bai Jinshi won the International Games Festival in Cannes, France with 7.5/9; top seed Gata Kamsky finished 5th:

Feb-29-16  arifattar: In the olden times, it was common to find the term 'bai' added to first names of women in India. I thought this was some sari-clad woman challenging some Brit chess players in colonial India.
Jan-04-17  Birthday Boy: <1/3/2017 Sergey Tiaviakov and Jinshi Bai both played solid, strong chess at the Chess Festival Groningen and after 9 nine rounds, in which both scored five wins and four draws, they both finished with 7.0/9, sharing first place. The tie-break had to decide. And here the young Chinese won by a very narrow margin. >

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