Synonyms for yangyi or Related words with yangyi

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Examples of "yangyi"
Yu Yangyi plays for Beijing chess club in the China Chess League (CCL).
Yu Yangyi (; born 8 June 1994) is a Chinese chess grandmaster. He qualified for the Grandmaster title at 14 years, 11 months and 23 days old in 2009.
He won the silver medal at the World Under-10 Championship in 2004, tied with Yu Yangyi (world champion), Hou Yifan (bronze medal) and Raymond Song (fourth).
All board prizes were given out according to performance ratings. Yu Yangyi on the third board had the best performance of all players in the tournament:
At the Chess World Cup 2015 Lysyj defeated Constantin Lupulescu in the first round and lost to Yu Yangyi in round two, thus exiting the competition.
Yu Yangyi, a 20-year-old Chinese chess prodigy, became the Qatar Masters Champion, scoring 7.5/9; Anish Giri finished second and Vladimir Kramnik third, both scoring 7/9.
In 2010, Lu played on the Chinese team (alongside Yu Yangyi, Wang Chen, and Wang Jue) that won the 5th Vladimir Dvorkovich Cup, a junior team competition held in Moscow.
In May, Wei won the Chinese Championship, beating Ding Liren, Wang Hao and Yu Yangyi to the title and in the process becoming the youngest Chinese chess champion ever.
Being the sole leader for 9 rounds, beating Veselin Topalov and Boris Gelfand, the grandmaster won as the 2nd place champion after a three way tie break against Yu Yangyi and Hikaru Nakamura at the 2017 Tradewise Gibraltar Chess Tournament.
In November, she finished joint first (with Yu Yangyi, Jules Moussard and Raymond Song) but third on tiebreaks in the boy's under-10 section of the World Youth Championship, held in Heraklio, Crete (9/11; +8 =2 -1; TPR 2119).
Du was born Du De () on July 18, 1913 in Yangyi Village of Taigu County, Shanxi province, during the dawn of Republic of China. He was accepted to Taiyuan National Normal College in 1929 and he entered Beijing Normal University in 1934. In 1935 he was detained by the Beiyang government for taking part in anti-government movement.
Khismatullin won the silver medal at the World U16 championship in 2000. In 2011 he tied for 4th–10th with Rustam Kasimdzhanov, Gata Kamsky, Rauf Mamedov, Ivan Cheparinov, Maxim Rodshtein and Yu Yangyi in the Aeroflot Open in Moscow. He took part in the Chess World Cup 2011, where he was eliminated in the first round by Mikhail Kobalia.
Magnus Carlsen was the winner of the tournament, scoring +5 (7 points out of 9) and defeating Yu Yangyi in the tiebreak. There was a 5-way tie for third place, amongst Vladimir Kramnik, Sergey Karjakin, Sanan Sjugirov, Ni Hua, and Vassily Ivanchuk.
From March 19 to March 24, he once again participated in the 2013 HD Bank Cup Open, the highest rated international open tournament in Vietnam, including Ferenc Berkes (Elo 2702), Yu Yangyi (Elo 2696), Nguyen Ngoc Truong Son (Elo 2647), Zhou Jianchao (Elo 2595) and other foreign chess players. He was undefeated with six wins, three draws, scoring /9 and winning the tournament.
In 2013, Sjugirov won the 29th Cappelle-la-Grande Open on tiebreak scoring 7/9. In 2014 he won the Lev Polugaevsky Memorial in Samara, Russia on tiebreak over Alexey Goganov and finished fourth in the strong Qatar Masters Open, behind Yu Yangyi, Anish Giri and Vladimir Kramnik respectively.
In the inaugural edition of the China Chess King Match, held in Taizhou, Zhejiang and featuring most of the top Chinese players, Wei Yi sequentially knocked out Zhao Jun, Yu Yangyi and Bu Xiangzhi to win the event. The format of this event was identical to that of the Chess World Cup.
Wu'an Town (武安镇), Kang'ercheng (康二城镇), Niuji (午汲镇), Cishan (磁山镇), Baiyan (伯延镇), Shucun (淑村镇), Datong, Wu'an (大同镇), Yicheng (邑城镇), Kuangshan (矿山镇), Hejin (贺进镇), Yangyi (阳邑镇), Paihui (徘徊镇), Yetao (冶陶镇)
Ten players were qualified for the 2009 Chess World Cup: Ganguly Surya Shekhar (India), Zhou Weiqi (China), Yu Yangyi (China), Yu Shaoteng (China), Lê Quang Liêm (Vietnam), Rogelio Antonio, Jr. (Philippines), Hou Yifan (China), Zhou Jianchao (China), Chanda Sandipan (India), and Sasikiran Krishnan (India).
Since February 2012, Alexander Ipatov has represented the Turkish Chess Federation. In August 2012, he became the World Junior Chess Champion in Athens ahead of Ding Liren, Richárd Rapport, Yu Yangyi and Wei Yi. This achievement made him eligible to participate in the 2013 FIDE World Cup. In the latter he was knocked out in the first round by Wesley So.
In September 2013, he won the silver medal at the World Junior Chess Championship in Kocaeli with 10.5 points out of 13, just half a point behind the actual winner Yu Yangyi. Alexander Ipatov became Turkish champion in 2014 and 2015. He scored a phenomenal 12.5 out of 13 at the latter, 1.5 points ahead of the runner-up Dragan Solak.