Wang Xi, a Chinese professional go player, was born in Kaifeng, Henan Province, China. He studied chess at the age of 4 and joined the national junior team at the age of 13. In 2004, the rookie Wang won the second place in the competition, the ninth Samsung Cup in 2004, and the Asian Cup TV fast chess championship in 2006.
In the final of the 18th Asian Cup TV fast chess competition, Kaifeng young player Wang Xi successfully beat "the world's first man" Li Changhao with only 162 hands and won the championship of the Asian Cup TV fast chess competition. Liu Xiaoguang, who used to have a lot of scenery, has made Kaifeng people famous. Wang Xi, 22, once again made Kaifeng people famous with a world champion. He is the world's strongest "swordsman" But in his mother's eyes, Wang Xi is still that quiet, introverted, smart boy.
Wang Xi was born in Kaifeng on January 9, 1984. At first, his parents gave him the name "Wang Yi Qian Kun", but at the last moment of registering, it was changed to "Wang Xi". "Xi" is the meaning of an address, an address to fight. Li Changhao, the "stone Buddha" who has always stood in front of Chinese chess players, has now become the cornerstone of the success of Chinese chess players. Wang Xi's "Declaration" is very passionate. At that time, his parents did not expect that he would take the road of go, but both names were related to "go" and "battle", which was a kind of chance and coincidence.
Wang Xi had an indissoluble bond with go since he was 4 years old. Wang Xi's father is a die hard chess fan. When Wang Xi was a child, he was very interested in seeing his father's black and white pieces, so he was pestering to learn them. His mother thought that playing go could exercise the child's thinking ability, so she let him play it. Wang Xi was good at mental arithmetic when he was a child. He could blurt out the double-digit addition and subtraction before he went to school.
At the age of 4, he studied chess with his father, but after only one or two years, his father was unable to lead Wang Xi. Once, Wang Xi went to the chess hall near the great prime minister temple to watch chess, and ran into Bao Guojun, an amateur expert in Kaifeng. See Wang Xi smart smart, Bao Guojun took the initiative to follow Wang Xi next set. Although Wang Xi was killed miserably, his good understanding of go still moved Bao Guojun. From then on, Wang Xi began to learn chess from Bao Guojun. But Wang Xi's road to go is not plain sailing. "In fact, he almost gave up go in 1997.". In order to become a professional chess player, he has to take part in the regular competition to get the professional rank. Wang Xi's road to regular competition is not smooth. From the age of 8 to 13, he has participated in six regular competitions. Wang Xi's family began to support his participation in the final round, but with the increase in the number of failures, parents inevitably worried about his son's way out. "In 1996, his mother went to Nanjing for the fifth time to take part in the final round, but she still failed. Late that night after the game, in a pavilion of Nanjing Air Force Command College, his mother told him that you must give up go, pick up the textbook again and study hard. Maybe you are not suitable for playing chess.... " His mother's words made Wang Xi cry so sad that he begged his mother to give him another chance, because at this time little Wang Xi had fallen in love with this kind of thing called go. In 1997, Wang Xi gave himself an "ultimatum" before he took part in the sixth regular match: if he couldn't make a final decision, he would really give up his dream of becoming a professional chess player. Maybe it was God's will that Wang Xi made a bad start to the two wins and two losses in this year's final round. He won seven games in a row tenaciously and finally became a professional beginning player.
Grade: 2593 (11th as of May 2008) Weijia: Chongqing lengsuanling team
He joined the national youth team in 1997.
In 1999, he won the first place in the national youth team trials.
The personal winning rate of 2001 Weijia League is the fifth.
In 2002, he entered the Samsung Cup.
The top eight of NEC cup in 2003.
In 2004, Wang Yajun, the rookie, was one of the top eight in China Merchants Bank Cup and won the Asian Cup group three times in a row.
The ninth Samsung Cup runner up in 2004. In 2004, it rose by five stages.
The champion of go in the third national sports Congress in 2006.
2006 national individual champion.
The champion of the 2006 Asian Cup TV fast chess competition has been promoted to nine stages.
The 2007 Nongxin Cup won three times in a row.
2008 Ricoh cup mixed doubles champion.
2010 Nongxin cup lost to Li Shishi
On October 31, 2017, the ranking of "China's veteran chess masters" was announced.
In the ninth Samsung fire cup world go open in 2004, Wang Xi set a record of entering the final from the preliminary contest (10 consecutive wins), which is known as the biggest "dark horse" in the world competition. Although he lost 2-0 to Li Shishi in the final, the result of the world runner up is enough to show that there is another strong player in xiaohudai chess.
2008 first world intelligence games go semifinal
The competition of three or four go winners in the first world intellectual games in 2008
2004-03-08 final of the 11th China rookie King competition [Qiu Jun wins Wang Xi 2:1]
The 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China in 2006
Champion of TV go fast game
[Wang Xi's victory over Li Changhao in white midfield]
Characteristics of chess style
Wang Xi, who is a little shy, is a new man in the construction of motorcycles although he is an old bench. When he took the place of Liu Jing, the veteran of Jianshe motorcycle, many people thought that Yang Yi had made a low-level mistake, saying that Wang Xi of Nen could not compare with Liu Jing. But facts have proved that Wang Xi is no weaker than Liu Jing. Wang Xi is 14-5 in the siege. He is the only full-time chess player in the construction of motorcycles. When he was still in Pingmei team, he was the main player there. After he came to Chongqing team, he was easy-going and soon integrated with the whole team. Wang Xi's performance on the chessboard is as delicate as others. He didn't cut and kill much, but consumed his opponent inch by inch, which was equivalent to death by volley.
Wang Xi, with delicate and steady chess style, although he has not won a championship title in a domestic competition, has always maintained a very high winning rate. Yang Yi, President of Chongqing Chess Academy, gave him a high evaluation, and even compared him with Li Changhao, the "stone Buddha": "Wang Xi's character is more similar to Li Changhao, and more practical. He is careful and patient in playing chess Chen Zude, chairman of China Go Association, also praised Wang Xi: "his level has improved. On the strength of playing chess, it's not much worse than Guli. "
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