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2 October 2017

Alexander Motylev Is Russian Rapid Champion

Anastasia Bodnaruk shows the best result among women.

Alexander Motylev Is Russian Rapid Champion
Alexander Motylev Is Russian Rapid Champion
The Russian individual rapid championships among men, women and seniors finished in Grand Hotel Zhemchuzhina, Sochi. The tournaments were held according to the Swiss system with 11 rounds, time control: 15 minutes plus 10 seconds per move increment starting from the first move.

Alexander Motylev (Moscow Oblast) became the Russian rapid champion with 9 points scored. Evgeny Tomashevsky (Saratov Oblast), Boris Savchenko (Moscow) and Daniil Yuffa (Tyumen Oblast) are trailing by half a point; according to the tiebreaker, they are placed in this order in the final standings.

Anastasia Bodnaruk (Saint Petersburg) won the women’s event with 8.5 points. Aleksandra Goryachkina (Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, 2nd place), Karina Ambartsumova (Tatarstan, 3rd place), and Marina Nechaeva (Moscow Oblast, 4th place) scored 8 points each. Final standings

Evgeny Sveshnikov (Chelyabinsk Oblast) excelled in the seniors’ tournament - 7.5/10. Vladimir Karasev (Saint Petersburg, 2nd place), Vladimir Shushpanov (Saint Petersburg, 3rd place), Evgeni Dragomarezkij (Moscow), Yuri Balashov (Moscow Oblast), and Valery Chekhov (Moscow) are half a point behind. Final standings

Galina Strutinskaya (Moscow) won the senior women’s event with 9.5 points out of 10. Tatiana Chekhova-Kostina (Moscow) is second with 7.5 points, while Natalia Titorenko (Moscow) became the bronze medalist with 7 points. Final standings

On October 2, the Russian individual blitz championship will be played. The first round starts at 2 p.m. 

The leaders’ games will be broadcasted online on our website. 

Tournament page

Photos by Vladimir Barsky

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