Wang Lei (chess player)

Infobox chess player

playername = Wang Lei
|caption =
birthname = Wang Lei
country = CHN
datebirth = birth date and age|1975|2|4
placebirth = China
datedeath =
placedeath =
title = Woman Grandmaster (WGM)
worldchampion =
womensworldchampion =
rating = 2484
peakrating = 2512 (October 2001)

Wang Lei ( _zh. 王磊; born February 4, 1975) [ [ 中国国际象棋运动员等级分数据库 ] ] is a Chinese WGM-titled chess player. She was in the FIDE Top 50 Women rating list from 2000 to 2003. Her highest position was 5th in the world on October 2001. Her peak rating was 2512 in October 2001. She is a four-times Chinese Women's National Chess Champion (1997-1998, 2000-2001).

Wang competed for the China national chess team four times at the Women's Chess Olympiads (1990, 1996-2000) with an overall record of 32 games played (+21, =8, -3), [China at the Chess Olympiads] and once at the Women's Asian Team Chess Championship (1999) with an overall record of 4 games played (+3, =0, -1). [ [ OlimpBase :: Women's Asian Team Chess Championship :: Wang Lei] ]

ee also

*Chess in China


External links

* [ Wang Lei] - New in Chess NICBase Online Info
*fide|id=8600430|name=Wang, Lei
** FIDE Rating [ World Top Lists] for Wang Lei
*chessgames player|id=11042|name=Wang, Lei
* Chessmetrics [ Career ratings for: Wang Lei]
* [ Elo rating with world rankings and historical development since 1990] ( for Wang Lei

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