Xie Jun

Xie Jun is a Chinese chess grandmaster and is not just the first Chinese female but the first Asian female to become a chess grandmaster. She had two separate reigns as Women's World Chess Champion, from 1991 to 1996 and again from 1999 to 2001. Xie is one of three women to have at least two separate reigns, besides Elisaveta Bykova and Hou Yifan. Xie Jun is the current president of the Chinese Chess Association. In 2019, she was inducted into the World Chess Hall of Fame.

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Xie Jun

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Puzzles

Xie Jun - Vassily Smyslov
Women-Veterans, Vienna
1993
Anatoly Karpov - Xie Jun
Amber Rapid, Monte Carlo
1996.04.23
Xie Jun - Lin Weiguo
Beijing
1992
Xie Jun - Alisa Maric
Kuala Lumpur Interzonal (Women), Kuala Lumpur
1990
Xie Jun - Jonathan D Tisdall
San Francisco
1995
Nana Ioseliani - Xie Jun
World Ch (w), Monte Carlo MNC
1993.11.02
Uwe Boensch - Xie Jun
Tan Chin Nam Cup 1st, Beijing
1995
Xie Jun - Nona Gaprindashvili
SUFE Cup 2nd, Shanghai
2001.06.02
Xie Jun - Ning Chunhong
CHN-chT (Women), Tianjing
2003.09.05
Nana Ioseliani - Xie Jun
SUFE Cup 2nd, Shanghai
2001.06.03
John Nunn - Xie Jun
Hastings 9697
1996
Nona Gaprindashvili - Xie Jun
SUFE Cup 2nd, Shanghai
2001.06.02
Larry Mark Christiansen - Xie Jun
San Francisco
1995
Xie Jun - Ye Rongguang
Shenzhen
1992
Xie Jun - Utut Adianto
Jakarta
1994
Xie Jun - A. Maric
FIDE Cand (Women), Groningen NED
1997.12.22
Xie Jun - Mark Taimanov
Hostdans, Copenhagen DEN
1997.07.25
Xie Jun - Vladimir Sr Bukal
Cannes op 18th, Cannes
1997