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Chiaki Mukai (向井千瑛)[1] is a Japanese professional Go player at Nihon Ki-in.[2][3] She is kent for challengin against Xie Yimin for mony times. Her mentor is Sachiko Honda.

Faimily[eedit | eedit soorce]

In her faimily, she haes twa aulder sisters, Kozue[4] an Kaori.[5] Baith o them are professional players. The sisters an aw receivit trainin bi Sachiko Honda.

Records[eedit | eedit soorce]

Financial Year Notes[2][3]
1997 5t place at the Naitional U12 Championship (少年少女囲碁大会)
1998 6t place at the Naitional U12 Championship.
1999 Victory at the Naitional U12 Championship. She is the 3rd female player tae obtain this status.
2000 5t place at the Junior High School Championship.
2003 Obtainit professional status.
2006 an 2007 Qualifiit tae the main toornament o the Weemen's Grand Master title (女流名人戦).
2008 Finalist at the Weemen's Buird Master title (女流棋聖戦).
2010-2012 Finalist at the Weemen's Grand Master title.[6]
2010 Representit Japan at the Asian Gemmes.
2011 Qualifiit tae participate the NHK Cup. 2nt place in the female player prize money rankin.
2010 an 2011 Finalist at the Weemen's Honinbo title (女流本因坊戦).
2013 Defeatit Xie Yimin at obtained the Weemen's Honinbo title. Due tae this record, she receivit the Weemen MVP (棋道賞女流賞).
2016 Finalist at the Senou Cup (扇興杯女流囲碁最強戦)

Notes[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. The Japanese astronaut whose name has the same spellin is 向井千秋.
  2. a b Chiaki Mukai at Sensei's Library
  3. a b Chiaki Mukai at GoBase
  4. Currently known as Kozue Nagashima.
  5. Currently known as Kaori Mimura.
  6. The title match in 2011 wis held in a schedule includin March 11t (The 2nd game wis exactly held on this date). The match wis suspendit due tae the 2011 Tōhoku yirdquauk an tsunami. In the long history o weemen title matches in Japan, this is the first game that spend two days tae finish.

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