Ye Jiangchuan

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Ye Jiangchuan (born November 20, 1960) is a Chinese chess player. He is the second Chinese player, after Ye Rongguang, to achieve the title of Grandmaster, which FIDE awarded him in 1993. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Ye Jiangchuan has received more than 38,409 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Ye Jiangchuan is the 283rd most popular chess player (down from 250th in 2019), the 1,094th most popular biography from China (down from 928th in 2019) and the 9th most popular Chess Player.

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Among chess players, Ye Jiangchuan ranks 283 out of 374Before him are Jan-Krzysztof Duda, Ketevan Arakhamia-Grant, Monika Soćko, Salomėja Zaksaitė, Baadur Jobava, and Victor Bologan. After him are Jacob Aagaard, Gregory Kaidanov, Vadim Milov, Alberto David, Nino Khurtsidze, and Laurent Fressinet.

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Among people born in 1960, Ye Jiangchuan ranks 683Before him are Amy Steel, Masaaki Kanno, Douglas H. Wheelock, Matt K. Miller, Mark Sanford, and Kirby Puckett. After him are Mark Takano, Urszula Kielan, Bradley Walsh, Caroline Lucas, Youth, and Colin Pitchfork.

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In China

Among people born in China, Ye Jiangchuan ranks 1,094 out of 1,392Before him are Cai Yun (1980), Yang Wei (1980), Liu Xia (1979), Gao Ling (1979), Chen Qiushi (1985), and Sun Mingming (1983). After him are Chen Dong (1978), Gyaincain Norbu (1990), Zhang Xiaoping (1982), Han Ying (1983), Yiyun Li (1972), and Han Han (1982).


Among chess players born in China, Ye Jiangchuan ranks 9Before him are Xu Yuhua (1976), Hou Yifan (1994), Ding Liren (1992), Ju Wenjun (1991), Zhang Zhong (1978), and Peng Zhaoqin (1968). After him are Wang Hao (1989), Qin Kanying (1974), Bu Xiangzhi (1985), Tan Zhongyi (1991), Wang Yue (1987), and Wei Yi (1999).