China
Shao Weigang
9p

Born February 21, 1973

Shao started to learn Go at the age of 8. By 1986, when he was 13, Shao turned professional. Over 12 years, he was promoted to 9 dan. He currently resides in China.

Titles:
China NEC Cup    1997, 2000
China Xinren Wang    1995
China National Go Individual    1992
 

 

China
Li Zhe
6p

Born on 31 January 1989. 


Promotion Record
2001: 1 dan
2002: 3 dan
2006: 5 dan
2007: 6 dan

Tournament Record
Winner of the 13rd Xinren Wang in 2006
Third place in the 2008 World Mind Sports Games
Lost to Xie He in 2008 CCTV Final
Played for China in 20th Asian TV Cup
Played for China in the 2008 and 2011 Samsung Cup
Winner of the 3rd Longxing in 2011
Runner-up in the 5th Longxing in 2014

China
Chen Zhaofeng
5p

Born: 1957-06-08
           Became 3-dan pro in 1983, together with a big group of other players (after creation of the Pro system in China)

China
Ding Bo
5p

Born:  1971-01-24
                     1-dan in 1984

China
Xu Ying
5p

Xu Ying (徐莹, b. 1972-12-31 in Beijing, China) is a Chinese female professional 5-dan

Rank Promotion

  • 1985: 1-dan
  • 1986: 2-dan
  • 1987: 3-dan
  • 2002: 5-dan - For winning the Guiyang Cup Women's World Championship
 

Titles

  • 1990: 2nd Old Womens Mingren
  • 2001: Guiyang Cup Women's World Championship
China
Li Cong
3p

Born in 1991, became pro in 2005.

Currenly one of the teachers in EGF Go Academy: http://www.eurogofed.org/academy/

France
Fan Hui
2p

Fan Hui (born 27 December 1981) is a Chinese-born French Go player. Becoming a professional Go player in 1996, Fan moved to France in 2000 and became the coach of the French national Go team in 2005.He was the European champion in 2013, 2014 and 2015. He additionally won the 2016 European Professional Go Championship.

China
Wu Hao
2p

Born: 1996-07-06
                   1-dan:  2014-07-25

China
Ma Qingqing
1p

Chinese professional.