Rui Naiwei

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Rui Naiwei (芮迺偉) is a Chinese professional Go player active in South Korea. She is one of the strongest female Go players,[1] and is the only woman to have won one of the major open Go titles.[2] She also represented China in the 2010 Asian Games.

Achievements[3][4][change | change source]

Title Years Held
Domestic 17
South Korea Guksu 1999
South Korea Maxim Cup 2004
South Korea Women's Myungin 2000–2002, 2004–2007
South Korea Women's Guksu 2000–2002, 2006, 2007
South Korea Women's Kisung 2006
China National Women's Individual 1986–1989
International 7
South Korea China Japan Jeongganjang Cup 2003
South Korea China Japan Hungchang Cup 2000, 2001
South Korea China Japan Eastern Airlines Cup 2000
South Korea China Japan Bohae Cup 1994, 1996, 1997
Title Runners-up
Current 4
South Korea Guksu 2000
South Korea Maxim Cup 2003
South Korea Women's Guksu 2003
South Korea Women's Myungin 2003

Notes[change | change source]

  1. She was the first female player to be promoted to 9 dan.
  2. Major open Go titles are titles that both male and female players can attend.
  3. Rui Naiwei at Sensei's Library
  4. Rui Naiwei at GoBase