Chiaki Mukai facts for kids
She has two older sisters, Kozue and Kaori. Both of them are professional players. The sisters also received training by Sachiko Honda.
|1997||5th place at the National U12 Championship (少年少女囲碁大会)|
|1998||6th place at the National U12 Championship.|
|1999||Victory at the National U12 Championship. She is the 3rd female player to obtain this status.|
|2000||5th place at the Junior High School Championship.|
|2003||Obtained professional status.|
|2006 and 2007||Qualified to the main tournament of the Women's Grand Master title (女流名人戦).|
|2008||Finalist at the Women's Board Master title (女流棋聖戦).|
|2010-2012||Finalist at the Women's Grand Master title.|
|2010||Represented Japan at the Asian Games.|
|2011||Qualified to participate the NHK Cup. 2nd place in the female player prize money ranking.|
|2010 and 2011||Finalist at the Women's Honinbo title (女流本因坊戦).|
|2013||Defeated Xie Yimin at obtained the Women's Honinbo title. Due to this record, she received the Women MVP (棋道賞女流賞).|
|2016||Finalist at the Senou Cup (扇興杯女流囲碁最強戦)|
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