Chess Player (TV series)


Chess Player (TV series)
Chess Player
围棋少年
Format Animated series
Country of origin  People's Republic of China
No. of episodes 52
Broadcast
Original channel CCTV
Original run (Season 1) 2006 – (Season 2) 2009

Chess Player (Chinese: 围棋少年; pinyin: wéi qí shào nían, literally "Go Youngsters" or "Go Boy") is a children's animated series. It was produced in China.

The show spans two seasons with 26 episodes in each. The story focuses on the journey of a young, gifted Go player, Liuer Jiang. The first season first aired on CCTV in 2006.[1] The second season, called Chess Player 2(围棋少年2), aired in 2009.

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