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FIDE Arbiters’ Seminar in Moscow, Russia – Results

Wednesday, May 31st, 2017

From 23 to 27 May 2017 a FIDE Arbiters’ Seminar was organized in Moscow, Russia, by the Russian State Social University and the Russian Chess Federation and under the auspices of FIDE.

The lecturer was IA Artiom Akhmetov (RUS), FIDE Lecturer.

Five (5) National Arbiters from Russia and Kazakhstan participated in the Seminar and all of them participated in the examination test held after the lectures.

FIDE Arbiters' Seminar in Moscow, Russia

The following succeeded in the test and they will be awarded a FA Norm, after the approval of the next FIDE Presidential Board:

Erezhep, Assy lzhan 13712144 KAZ
Zhak, Oxana 24163783 RUS
Shopanov, Akzhan 13713272 KAZ
Dzhafarov, Dzhafar 24166758 RUS
Druzhinin, Alexey Vas. 24130958 RUS

IA Takis Nikolopoulos
Chairman
FIDE Arbiters’ Commission

FIDE Arbiters' Seminar in Moscow, Russia

FIDE Arbiters' Seminar in Moscow, Russia

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FIDE Arbiters’ Seminar in Norfolk, Virginia, USA

Wednesday, May 31st, 2017

Official FIDE logoA FIDE Arbiters’ Seminar is going to be organized from 2 to 4 August 2017 in Norfolk, Virginia, USA, by the US Chess Federation and under the auspices of FIDE.

The venue of the Seminar will be the Sheraton Norfolk Waterside Hotel, 777 Waterside Dr., Norfolk, VA 23510.

The Lecturer will be IA Carol Jarecki (IVB), FIDE Lecturer and Assistant Lecturer will be IA Ken Ballou (USA).

The language of the Seminar will be English.

The Seminar will give FIDE Arbiter norms and titles, according to the Regulations for the titles of the Arbiters.

For more detailed information:

IA, IO Franc Guadalupe:
Address: 305 Willow Pointe Drive, League City, TX, 77573, USA,
e-mail : Francisco.guadalupe@uschess.org,
tel.: (713) 530-7820

IA Takis Nikolopoulos
Chairman
FIDE Arbiters’ Commission

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Samuel Sevian winner of Chicago Chess Open 2017

Wednesday, May 31st, 2017

The 26th Annual Chicago Open was held on May 25-29, 2017, at the Westin Chicago North Shore Hotel, 601 North Milwaukee Ave, Wheeling, Illinois.

The event had 8 sections: Open, Under 2300, Under 2100, Under 1900, Under 1700, Under 1500, Under 1300 and Under 1000.

The strongest Open section with 119 participants was completed over 9 rounds of Swiss system in 5-days.

Grandmaster Samuel Sevian took a clear first place with 7,5/9 points to claim the top prize of 10,300 USD.

FIDE title norms were achieved as follows: GM norms for Michael Brown, Awonder Liang and Luke Harmon-Velotti, IM norms for Matthew Larson, Robert Perez, Sam Schmakel and Aaron Grabinsky.

Samuel Sevian

Samuel Sevian (photo by armenpress.am)

Open section final standings:

1. GM Samuel Sevian 2585 USA – 7,5

2-4. GM Illia Nyzhnyk 2610 UKR, GM Joshua Friedel 2528 USA and IM Michael W Brown 2489 USA – 7,0

5-9. GM Vladimir Belous 2587 RUS, GM Andrey Stukopin 2586 RUS, GM Eugene Perelshteyn 2511 USA, IM Awonder Liang 2488 USA and IM Daniel Gurevich 2460 USA – 6,5

10-17. GM Ruifeng Li 2574 USA, GM Alexander Shabalov 2556 USA, GM Gil Popilski 2544 ISR, GM Bartlomiej Macieja 2530 POL, IM Eylon Nakar 2476 ISR, IM Luke Harmon-Vellotti 2449 USA, IM Guillermo Vazquez 2443 PAR and IM Atulya Shetty 2422 USA – 6,0

18-29. GM Holden Hernandez 2510 USA, GM Nikola Mitkov 2454 MKD, IM Zhansaya Abdumalik 2420 KAZ, Advait Patel 2385 USA, IM Justin Joey Sarkar 2375 USA, FM Matthew Larson 2367 USA, Robert M Perez 2365 USA, FM Joshua Colas 2352 USA, Aaron Grabinsky 2351 USA, FM Sam A Schmakel 2344 USA, IM Farai Mandizha 2342 ZIM and Erik Santarius 2302 USA – 5,5 etc

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In Memoriam – IM Stefano Tatai

Wednesday, May 31st, 2017

The legendary Italian chess player IM Stefano Tatai passed away on 30th May in Tenerife, Spain.

Born in 1938, he became the National Master in 1958 and earned the prestigious title of International Master in 1966.

Tatai was 12-times Italian chess champion, which is a national record: 1962 in Forte dei Marmi, 1965 in Florence, 1967 in Savona, 1970 in Sottomarina di Chioggia, 1974 and 1977 in Castelvecchio Pascoli, 1979 in Venice, 1983 in Arco, 1985, 1990 and 1991 in Chianciano Terme, and 1994 in Reggio Emilia.

Stefano Tatai

He represented Italy in nine Chess Olympiads: 1966 in Havana, 1970 in Siegen, 1972 in Skopje, 1974 in Nice, 1976 in Haifa, 1984 in Thessaloniki, 1986 in Dubai, 1988 in Thessaloniki, and 1992 in Manila.

He was also teaching chess, and his most notable student was famous Italian composer Ennio Morricone.

Condolences to his family and friends.

Stefano Tatai analyzing

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Belaya Ladya 2017 starts in Dagomys

Wednesday, May 31st, 2017

On June 1, 2017, the 48th final tournament of the traditional all-Russian scholastic chess team event Belaya Ladya (also known as White Rook) will start in Dagomys, Sochi.

Since 2015, Belaya Ladya welcomes teams from foreign countries. This year, almost 100 teams from 80 regions of Russia and 17 countries of the world will take part in the final event.

Apart from schoolchildren from Armenia, Belarus, China, Estonia, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Moldavia, and Mongolia, there are also players from Bulgaria, England, Greece, India, Poland, Romania, and Slovakia.

The organizers of Belaya Ladya are the Russian Chess Federation and Ministry of Sport of the Russian Federation. The competition is also supported by Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, Elena and Gennady Timchenko Charitable Foundation, Renault Russia Company, Federal Grid Company of Unified Energy System (FGC UES), and PhosAgro.

The best Russian team composed of 5 participants will be presented with a trip to France in October 2017, thanks to the support of Elena and Gennady Timchenko Charitable Foundation and Renault Russia Company. The team will play a match against the French schoolchildren of the same age and visit a Renault factory.

Belaya Ladya 2017

Founded in 1969, the tournament Belaya Ladya expands every year. More than 8000 schoolchildren under 14 years of age participated in qualification tournaments in all regions of Russia during 2016/2017 academic year.

17 foreign teams, who won schoolchildren’s competitions in their countries, will take part in the final event this year. Let us note that children from 6 countries arrived in Dagomys in 2015, and only 9 foreign teams participated in the event in 2016.

A team from orphanages and boarding schools is participating in the final competition for the third year in a row. Children from the Luga Sanatory Boarding School, who won the Ascension tournament (Sochi, 2017), will join other participants in the Belaya Ladya finals. This was made possible by RCF programme aimed at providing chess education to the children growing without parents.

On June 1, the opening ceremony of the tournament will take place in Dagomys. The participants will be entertained by a special programme and a concert of pupils of Musical College Named After the Gnessins.

The competition will be held according to the Swiss system in 9 rounds. The winners will be announced on June 8.

Traditionally, a broad cultural and entertaining program will accompany the event. Master classes, lectures, games analysis, mind games will be organized. Coaches and pedagogues will be invited to take part in a round-table discussion of teaching chess at schools.

In parallel with Belaya Ladya, the final competition of Chess in Schools project, which is conducted by the Russian Chess Federation together with Elena and Gennady Timchenko Charitable Foundation, will be held. 6 teams from Pskov Oblast, Novosibirsk Oblast, Zabaykalsky Krai, Altai Krai, Krasnodar Krai, and Ingushetia will take part in it.

Belaya Ladya 2017 in Dagomys

For reference

Belaya Ladya is an annual All-Russia chess tournament for teams of educational institutions. It was founded in 1969 and is organized by the Russian Chess Federation and the Ministry of Sport of the Russian Federation under the auspices of the Ministry of Education and Science. The tournament is held with the support of the Elena and Gennady Timchenko Charitable Foundation. Eligible for participation are pupils younger than 14. The tournament is held in several rounds; the best teams from the participating regions play the final games. Prior to 1991, Belaya Ladya, along with Leather Ball and Golden Puck, was tremendously popular, and millions of Soviet schoolchildren played qualifying rounds. After the disintegration of the Soviet Union, the tournament took a pause lasting longer than a decade. Belaya Ladya was revived in 2004. The mission of the tournament is to popularize chess among pupils, find talented young players and develop the creative and intellectual capacity of young people. In 2016, 6,500 pupils played the qualifying rounds, and 332 young participants from 80 Russian regions advanced to the final stage.

Russian Chess Federation (RCF) is a public non-profit organization that brings together individuals and chess federations of republics, regions, federal cities, autonomous regions and districts of the Russian Federation. The mission of the Russian Chess Federation is to promote and popularize chess in the Russian Federation. The RCF was founded on 15 February 1992. The RCF organizes the annual All-Russian children’s chess tournament Belaya Ladya, the Championship of Russia and other chess tournaments. In 2012, the RCF launched the “Chess in Museums” program. In 2014, the RCF launched the Chess to Orphanages program. The first competition between teams from orphanages and boarding schools took place in Zhemchuzhina Grand Hotel in Sochi on May 2-9, 2016.

Official website: www.ruchess.ru/en/

Elena and Gennady Timchenko Charitable Foundation is one of the biggest family funds of Russia. Elena and Gennady Timchenko have been involved in charitable activities for over 25 years, both in Russia and abroad. In late 2010, they established a charitable foundation to pursue long-term philanthropic goals especially focused on the development of small territories. The core activities of the Foundation are to support active longevity, develop amateur youth sports, help families and children, promote Russian regions through culture, and international humanitarian collaboration. These strategic objectives are aimed at systematically addressing contemporary issues in Russia and strengthening international relations.

We are successfully transforming society’s attitude towards the older generation and seeking to improve living standards for Russia’s senior citizens. We ensure the wellbeing of children deprived of parental care. We promote sport, making it available to all, irrespective of age, physical ability and place of residence. We promote cultural development in Russian regions, preserve Russia’s cultural and historical legacy, and build a “culture bridge” connecting Russia to other
countries as a foundation for good neighbourly relations.

The Foundation helps people who change their lives and the world around them for the better. We are working for the present and future of our country.

Official website: www.timchenkofoundation.org/en/

Renault Russia company, established in 1998, is one of the leaders of Russian automotive industry and one of the major investors into the Russian automo-tive field. The company’s actives include two manufacturing areas: the Mos-cow factory and the assembly line in Tolyatti (together with the partners of Avtovaz-Renault-Nissan Alliance). A well-developed dealer net, comprised of 169 points in Russia, allowes to provide our clients with a permanently high level of service. Since 1998, more than 1.5 million Renault cars have been sold. Renault Russia relies heavily on local manufacturing and produces a wide range of popular models adapted to Russian conditions and possessing good export potential.
Renault has a rich history with sports, and its partnership with RCF aims at expanding the popularity of chess as wide as possible.

Official website: https://www.renault.ru/

FGC UES (Federal Grid Company of Unified Energy System) – is the larg-est electricity transmission company grid of the world. The company was es-tablished in 2002 as an organization to manage a unified national (All-Russia) electrical network with a view to its preservation and development.

The Company’s assets include 140 thousands km of transmission lines with capacity up to 1,150 kV (PTL) and 939 substations with more than 334 GVA. Based on the length of transmission lines and installed transformer capacity, Federal Grid is the largest publicly traded electricity transmission company in the world.

Federal Grid’s business is to provide electricity transmission and technological connection services. It maintains and develops the grid system and supervises grid facilities and infrastructure in 77 Russian regions, covering a territory of 15.1 million square kilometres. Its customers are regional distribution companies, electricity suppliers and large industrial enterprises.

The company is a part of PAO Rosseti, a Russian power company, comprises interregional and regional distribution grid companies (IDGCs/RDGCs), research and development institutes, design and construction institutes, and construction and sales entities. In 2014, the company included more than 22 thousands of workers.

FGC UES’s Chairman of Board is Andrey Murov.

Since 2016, the company is the general sponsor of the Russian chess national teams.

Official website: http://www.fsk-ees.ru/eng/

PhosAgro is a Russian vertically integrated company and one of the world’s leading producers of phosphate-based fertilisers. Its core line of business is the production of phosphate-based fertilisers, high-grade phosphate rock (P2O5>35.7%), and also feed phosphates, nitrogen fertilisers and ammonia.

PhosAgro’s primary assets include Apatit, PhosAgro-Cherepovets (established as a result of the merger of Ammophos and Cherepovetsky Azot), Balakovo branch of OJSC Apatit, Metachem, PhosAgro-Trans, PhosAgro-Region and NIUIF.

The Company is Europe’s largest producer of phosphate-based fertilisers, the world’s largest producer of high-grade phosphate rock and the world’s second largest producer (excluding China) of MAP and DAP (according to Fertecon), Russia’s only producer of feed monocalcium phosphate (MCP), and also the sole producer of nepheline concentrate in Russia.

The general partner of the Russian Chess Federation.

Official website: https://www.phosagro.com

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Alexander Morozevich wins Rashid Nezhmetdinov Rapid Cup

Wednesday, May 31st, 2017

The International chess festival “Rashid Nezhmetdinov Cup” started with a rapid tournament that was held from 29-30th May at the Central Chess School in Kazan.

GM Alexander Morozevich and IM Zhamsaran Tsydypov shared the first place with 8,5/11 points each. Morozevich claimed the winner’s trophy on better tie-break.

The tournament format was 11-round FIDE rated Swiss with the time control 15 min + 10 sec.
139 players competed in the event, including 19 Grandmasters and 17 International Masters. The total prize fund was 7800 EUR.

Alexander Morozevich wins Rashid Nezhmetdinov Rapid Cup

The festival continues with the 39th Rashid Nezhmetdinov Memorial with the classical time control which will last until 9th June.

Photo gallery

Final standings:

1 GM Morozevich Alexander RUS 2662 – 8.5
2 IM Tsydypov Zhamsaran RUS 2543 – 8.5
3 GM Timofeev Artyom RUS 2534 – 8
4 GM Maiorov Nikita BLR 2524 – 8
5 GM Kokarev Dmitry RUS 2665 – 8
6 GM Frolyanov Dmitry RUS 2640 – 8
7 GM Rublevsky Sergei RUS 2686 – 8
8 GM Pridorozhni Aleksei RUS 2596 – 7.5
9 GM Lintchevski Daniil RUS 2602 – 7.5
10 IM Moiseenko Vadim RUS 2560 – 7.5
11 IM Nozdrachev Vladislav RUS 2522 – 7.5
12 GM Yudin Sergei RUS 2635 – 7.5
13 FM Ovchinnikov Vsevolod RUS 2307 – 7.5
14 IM Golubov Saveliy RUS 2532 – 7.5
15 GM Hasangatin Ramil RUS 2458 – 7.5
16 GM Yandemirov Valeri RUS 2385 – 7.5
17 GM Smirnov Pavel RUS 2611 – 7.5
18 FM Pavlov Denis RUS 2242 – 7.5
19 Sadhwani Raunak IND 2115 – 7.5
20 IM Ivanov Andrew RUS 2396 – 7
21 FM Popov Mikhail RUS 2386 – 7
22 FM Rodchenkov Vitaly RUS 2458 – 7
23 FM Chekletsov Ilya RUS 2338 – 7
24 IM Khanin Semen RUS 2477 – 7
25 IM Kalegin Evgenij RUS 2445 – 7
26 GM Shyam Sundar M. IND 2517 – 7
27 GM Burmakin Vladimir RUS 2504 – 7
28 GM Yagupov Igor RUS 2477 – 7
29 FM Anikonov Dmitry RUS 2397 – 6.5
30 IM Shinkevich Vitaly RUS 2467 – 6.5
31 FM Faizrakhmanov Ramil RUS 2451 – 6.5
32 GM Swapnil S. Dhopade IND 2456 – 6.5
33 IM Rodchenkov Sergey D. RUS 2327 – 6.5
34 FM Murtazin Bulat RUS 2308 – 6.5
35 WIM Semenova Elena RUS 2168 – 6.5
36 IM Filipenko Alexander V RUS 2230 – 6.5
37 IM Sharafiev Azat RUS 2531 – 6.5
38 IM Grishchenko Sergey RUS 2409 – 6.5
39 IM Kozionov Kirill RUS 2442 – 6.5
40 IM Mokshanov Alexey RUS 2388 – 6.5
41 FM Tokarev Ilya RUS 2351 – 6.5
42 FM Toropov Pavel RUS 2284 – 6.5
43 GM Iljin Artem RUS 2459 – 6.5
44 WGM Ambartsumova Karina RUS 2341 – 6.5
45 FM Isajevsky Anton RUS 2455 – 6.5
46 WFM Belova Olga RUS 2154 – 6.5
47 FM Bublei Pavel RUS 2291 – 6.5
48 WFM Zherebtsova Alexandra RUS 2107 – 6.5
49 Safiullin Rafael RUS 1855 – 6.5
50 Maltsevskaya Aleksandra RUS 2093 – 6
51 Iliushin Maksim RUS 2310 – 6
52 Arshaev Ajush RUS 2293 – 6
53 Sannikov Grigory RUS 2200 – 6
54 FM Poniaev Ruslan RUS 2237 – 6
55 FM Amirkhanov Roustem RUS 2312 – 6
56 WGM Shaydullina Sandugach RUS 2179 – 6
57 Skatchkov Valery RUS 1998 – 6
58 Jiwashko Sergey RUS 2141 – 6
59 Sabirov Irek RUS 1916 – 6
60 Sadykov Renat RUS 2115 – 6
61 Ismagilov Damir RUS 1872 – 6
62 Arzamasov Ivan RUS 2141 – 5.5
63 FM Murtazin Ruslan RUS 2138 – 5.5
64 Gabitov Ruslan RUS 2308 – 5.5
65 Faizulin Zharas RUS 2193 – 5.5
66 IM Mashinskaya Iulia RUS 2186 – 5.5
67 Terentev Mikhail RUS 2097 – 5.5
68 Shafigullina Zarina RUS 1954 – 5.5
69 Tukhvatullin Timur RUS 2182 – 5.5
70 FM Kniazev Igor RUS 2084 – 5.5
71 WIM Kharmunova Nadezhda RUS 2143 – 5.5
72 Garifzyanov Niyaz RUS 1855 – 5.5
73 Akhtariev Andrey RUS 2079 – 5.5
74 Mishin Viacheslav RUS 2049 – 5.5
75 FM Davydov Sergey P. RUS 2199 – 5.5
76 FM Ospennikov Dmitry V RUS 2297 – 5.5
77 FM Nagimov Artiom RUS 2292 – 5.5
78 FM Dzhangobegov Vladimir RUS 2304 – 5.5
79 Kotchnev Andrey RUS 1979 – 5.5
80 Babanskij Evgeniy RUS 0 – 5.5
81 Kharitonov Egor RUS 2041 – 5
82 Glazyrin Igor RUS 2012 – 5
83 WFM Rodionova Daria RUS 2137 – 5
84 Novikov Roman RUS 2056 – 5
85 Karpitsky Denis RUS 2050 – 5
86 FM Gazizov Ravil RUS 2104 – 5
87 Bulatova Kamaliya RUS 1774 – 5
88 Nikolaeva Ksenya RUS 1663 – 5
89 WFM Markelova Lubov RUS 2081 – 5
90 Danilov Sergey S. RUS 2025 – 5
91 Kungurov Andrei RUS 2105 – 5
92 Sadovnikov Konstantin RUS 1863 – 5
93 Hart Alexander SWE 1813 – 5
94 Safin Robert RUS 1882 – 5
95 Sadykov Airat F. RUS 1978 – 5
96 Khairutdinov Rashid RUS 1766 – 5
97 WFM Protopopova Anastasiya RUS 2044 – 4.5
98 Gabitov Bulat RUS 1838 – 4.5
99 Karamov Stepan RUS 1813 – 4.5
100 Pavlova Natalia RUS 1897 – 4.5
101 Grishin Andrey RUS 1917 – 4.5
102 Salakhov Ilsur RUS 2005 – 4.5
103 Zlachevskiy Leonid RUS 2037 – 4.5
104 Chizha Olga RUS 1797 – 4.5
105 Galiev Floris RUS 1799 – 4.5
106 Rylov Evgeny RUS 1981 – 4.5
107 Baiburina Kamilla RUS 1807 – 4.5
108 Khafizov Emir RUS 1799 – 4.5
109 Borisov Artur RUS 1786 – 4.5
110 Ismagilov Igor RUS 1670 – 4.5
111 Mokshanov Igor RUS 1904 – 4
112 Filippova Margarita RUS 1831 – 4
113 Khaziev Almir RUS 1899 – 4
114 Makov Artem RUS 1650 – 4
115 Poletaev Vitaly RUS 1881 – 4
116 Nikolaev Matvei RUS 1637 – 4
117 Mukaev Aleksey RUS 1667 – 4
118 Kostenko Kirill RUS 1642 – 4
119 Ivanov Nikolaj RUS 1742 – 4
120 Vasiliev Maxim RUS 1970 – 3.5
121 Makhmutova Gulnaz RUS 0 – 3.5
122 Neklyudov Taras RUS 1571 – 3.5
123 Nigmatullina Enge RUS 1491 – 3.5
124 Kurinov Mikhail RUS 1711 – 3.5
125 Valiullin Rafael RUS 1471 – 3.5
126 Makhmutov Ainur RUS 0 – 3.5
127 Galimzyanov Sultan RUS 1222 – 3.5
128 Nigmatullina Dina RUS 1307 – 3.5
129 Sychev Evgeniy RUS 1144 – 3.5
130 Akhmetov Ruslan RUS 1755 – 3
131 Asadullin Ilnur RUS 1511 – 3
132 Kamaletdinov Ralhim RUS 1404 – 3
133 Yakupov Marat RUS 1320 – 3
134 Kuznetsov Nikita RUS 1016 – 3
135 Yarullin Marsel RUS 1213 – 2.5
136 Korovin Mikhail RUS 2373 – 2
137 Ivakin Mark RUS 0 – 2
138 Samiev Askar RUS 0 – 2
139 Mukhammadiev Karim RUS 0 – 1.5

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June 2017 FRL

Wednesday, May 31st, 2017

official logo

FIDE publishes June 2017 FIDE Rating List. The list of top players is published at Top lists page of FIDE ratings website. All players can check new ratings at the main page of FIDE ratings website.

Source: World Chess Federation – FIDE

European Individual Chess Championship 2017 LIVE!

Tuesday, May 30th, 2017

The European Individual Chess Championship 2017 will take place in Minsk, Belarus, from 29th May to 11th June 2017, in the Sports Palace, which will be the official venue of the Championship.

The event is organized by the National Olympic Committee of the Republic of Belarus, the Ministry of Sports and Tourism of the Republic of Belarus, Minsk City Executive Committee and Belarus Chess Federation under the auspices of the ECU.

The total prize fund is a hefty 100 000 EUR and has attracted massive participation of 400 players including 171 GMs and 70 IMs, for a total of 315 titled players.

Live games from the European Individual Championship 2017 will be on Chessdom with computer analysis by the TCEC winners and medalists Komodo, Stockfish, and Houdini, as well as on Chess Arena phone application.

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Saint Petersburg to Host Russian Championship Superfinals-2017

Monday, May 29th, 2017

The Russian Chess Federation together with Elena and Gennady Timchenko Charitable Foundation announced the results of the bidding for the Russian Championship Superfinals 2017 as part of the Chess in Museums programme.

The Superfinals of 70th Russian men’s championship and 67th Russian women’s championship will take place in December 2017.

The tournament is a part of the Chess in Museums international programme, carried out by RCF together with the Timchenko Foundation since 2012. During this period, a number of high-level chess competitions were organized in museums: World Chess Championship 2012 took place in the Tretyakov Gallery, Alekhine Memorial – in Louvre (Paris) and Russian Museum (St. Petersburg), Russian Superfinals – in Rukavishnikov Estate (Nizhny Novgorod), State Art Museum of Tatarstan (Kazan), and the Novosibirsk State Museum of Local History (Novosibirsk), all-Russian Higher League competition – in Fort #5 (Kaliningrad), the 10th Tal Memorial – in the Museum of Russian Impressionism.

Hermitage Museum

«Chess is not only a sport, but also an art. This connection becomes visible in museums, where the beauty of chess games is emphasized by aesthetics of exhibits and interiors. The Chess in Museums programme draws people’s attention to this ancient game, at the same time, demonstrating the cultural riches of Russia. We enjoy the fact that every year the museums of different Russian regions express their wish to become the venue for chess tournaments», says General Director of the Timchenko Foundation Maria Morozova.

On March 23, 2017, the Russian Chess Federation and the Timchenko Foundation announced the bidding for the Russian Superfinals 2017. The deadline for the bids was April 24.

The applications were sent by the Bryansk Oblast Chess Federation (the offer being to hold the event at the Bryansk Regional Artistic Museum and Exhibition Centre), The Yaroslavl Oblast Chess Federation (Yaroslavl Art Museum), and the Saint Petersburg Chess Federation. The latter suggested four city museums.

The tender was won by the Saint Petersburg Chess Federation. The important selection criterion is not only an appropriate technological infrastructure of the venue, but also the level of support which the regional federation is ready to give, its contribution to the tournament’s organization and financing.

The name of the museum, which will host the Russian Championship Superfinals 2017, will be announced later.

Socially significant events together with a museum constituent are important parts of the Chess in Museums programme. On rest days, the organizers usually carry out master classes and simultaneous exhibitions for children of chess schools and sections, as well as tournaments for chess veterans.

For reference:

Chess in Museums is an international programme implemented by the Russian Chess Federation together with the Elena and Gennady Timchenko Foundation. The idea of organizing chess events in major museums was for the first time realized in 2012, when the World Chess Championship match between Vishy Anand and Boris Gelfand took place in the State Tretyakov Gallery (Moscow), thanks to the efforts of Andrey Filatov and Gennady Timchenko. In spring 2013 the RCF and the Timchenko Fund organized the Alekhine Memorial. The first half of the super tournament was played in the Louvre (Paris); the second part took place in the Russian Museum in St. Petersburg. The 2013 Russian Superfinal was played in museums in Nizhni Novgorod. Chess is a special game closely related to culture and history. The Chess in Museums programme is aimed at making this connection evident and natural for everyone. The organizers have found an original format at the interface of sport and culture by holding chess competitions in the best world and Russian museums.

Russian Chess Federation (RCF) is a public non-profit organization that brings together individuals and chess federations of republics, regions, federal cities, autonomous regions and districts of the Russian Federation. The mission of the Russian Chess Federation is to promote and popularize chess in the Russian Federation. The RCF was founded on 15 February 1992. The RCF organizes the annual All-Russian children’s chess tournament Belaya Ladya, the Championship of Russia and other chess tournaments. In 2012, the RCF launched the “Chess in Museums” program. In 2014, the RCF launched the Chess to Orphanages program. The first competition between teams from orphanages and boarding schools took place in Zhemchuzhina Grand Hotel in Sochi on May 2-9, 2016.

Official website: www.ruchess.ru/en/

Elena and Gennady Timchenko Charitable Foundation is one of the biggest family funds of Russia. Elena and Gennady Timchenko have been involved in charitable activities for over 25 years, both in Russia and abroad. In late 2010, they established a charitable foundation to pursue long-term philanthropic goals especially focused on the development of small territories. The core activities of the Foundation are to support active longevity, develop amateur youth sports, help families and children, promote Russian regions through culture, and international humanitarian collaboration. These strategic objectives are aimed at systematically addressing contemporary issues in Russia and strengthening international relations.

We are successfully transforming society’s attitude towards the older generation and seeking to improve living standards for Russia’s senior citizens. We ensure the wellbeing of children deprived of parental care. We promote sport, making it available to all, irrespective of age, physical ability and place of residence. We promote cultural development in Russian regions, preserve Russia’s cultural and historical legacy, and build a “culture bridge” connecting Russia to other countries as a foundation for good neighbourly relations.

The Foundation helps people who change their lives and the world around them for the better. We are working for the present and future of our country.

Official website: www.timchenkofoundation.org/en/

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European Individual Championship 2017

Monday, May 29th, 2017

European Individual Chess Championship 2017 was opened today in Minsk, Belarus with participation of 400 players!

The battlefield is led by Russian GM Dmitry Andreikin, followed by GM David Navara (CZE), GM Dmitry Jakovenko (RUS), GM Baadur Jobava (GEO), Yuriy Kryvoruchko (UKR), GM Ruslan Ponomariov (UKR), GM Maxim Matlakov (RUS), GM Arkadij Naiditsch (AZE), GM Maxim Rodstein (ISR), GM Evgeny Tomashevsky (RUS), GM Peter Leko (HUN), etc, who will all be competing for the prestigious title of the European Chess Champion.

The event attracted many women players who will have a chance to fight in such a strong tournament. WGM Olga Girya (RUS), IM Elisabeth Paehtz (GER), WGM Aleksandra Goryachkina (RUS), WGM Jolanta Zawadzka (POL), IM Alisa Galliamova (RUS), IM Sabrina Vega Gutierrez (ESP), IM Ana Matnadze (ESP), IM Daria Charochkina (RUS), IM Meri Arabidze (GEO), Olga Badelka (BLR), etc, are the top women players in Minsk.

Minsk

The championship will be played in 11-round Swiss system, with the time control 90 minutes for 40 moves plus 30 minutes for the rest of the game, with an increment of 30 seconds per move, starting from move one.

The total prize fund is 100 000 EUR, including the special prizes.

The European Individual Championship 2017 is a qualification event for the next World Cup. According to FIDE regulations and the decision of the ECU Board, 22 players will qualify. In case of equal score the qualification will be determined according to article 6.

The ECU President Zurab Azmaiparashvili will attend the opening ceremony and officially open the Championship.

The Championship takes place from 29th May to 11th June in the Sports Palace in Minsk.

The event is organized by the National Olympic Committee of the Republic of Belarus, the Ministry of Sports and Tourism of the Republic of Belarus, Minsk City Executive Committee and Belarus Chess Federation under the auspices of the ECU.

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Participants:

1 GM Navara David CZE 2739
2 GM Andreikin Dmitry RUS 2723
3 GM Jakovenko Dmitry RUS 2718
4 GM Kryvoruchko Yuriy UKR 2714
5 GM Matlakov Maxim RUS 2714
6 GM Jobava Baadur GEO 2713
7 GM Ponomariov Ruslan UKR 2712
8 GM Leko Peter HUN 2703
9 GM Naiditsch Arkadij AZE 2700
10 GM Rodshtein Maxim ISR 2698
11 GM Bacrot Etienne FRA 2696
12 GM Tomashevsky Evgeny RUS 2696
13 GM Duda Jan-Krzysztof POL 2693
14 GM Fedoseev Vladimir RUS 2690
15 GM Mamedov Rauf AZE 2689
16 GM Cheparinov Ivan ECX 2688
17 GM Korobov Anton UKR 2688
18 GM Howell David W L ENG 2684
19 GM Artemiev Vladislav RUS 2682
20 GM Movsesian Sergei ARM 2680
21 GM Ragger Markus AUT 2680
22 GM Areshchenko Alexander UKR 2677
23 GM Moiseenko Alexander UKR 2677
24 GM Rakhmanov Aleksandr RUS 2676
25 GM Smirin Ilia ISR 2676
26 GM Safarli Eltaj AZE 2668
27 GM Grandelius Nils SWE 2665
28 GM Motylev Alexander RUS 2665
29 GM Zvjaginsev Vadim RUS 2661
30 GM Anton Guijarro David ESP 2660
31 GM Dubov Daniil RUS 2660
32 GM Riazantsev Alexander RUS 2659
33 GM Grachev Boris RUS 2658
34 GM Kovalenko Igor LAT 2657
35 GM Berkes Ferenc HUN 2654
36 GM Jones Gawain C B ENG 2654
37 GM Sjugirov Sanan RUS 2654
38 GM Kravtsiv Martyn UKR 2653
39 GM Khismatullin Denis RUS 2651
40 GM Sargissian Gabriel ARM 2650
41 GM Swiercz Dariusz POL 2649
42 GM Volokitin Andrei UKR 2649
43 GM Sutovsky Emil ISR 2646
44 GM Guseinov Gadir AZE 2645
45 GM Lysyj Igor RUS 2643
46 GM Zhigalko Sergei BLR 2643
47 GM Shimanov Aleksandr RUS 2642
48 GM Lenic Luka SLO 2641
49 GM Solak Dragan TUR 2641
50 GM Edouard Romain FRA 2640
51 GM Ivanisevic Ivan SRB 2638
52 GM Bartel Mateusz POL 2637
53 GM Kuzubov Yuriy UKR 2637
54 GM Oleksiyenko Mykhaylo UKR 2636
55 GM Romanov Evgeny RUS 2636
56 GM Savchenko Boris RUS 2634
57 GM Bluebaum Matthias GER 2632
58 GM Lupulescu Constantin ROU 2631
59 GM Yilmaz Mustafa TUR 2630
60 GM Demchenko Anton RUS 2629
61 GM Kovalev Vladislav BLR 2629
62 GM Salgado Lopez Ivan ESP 2627
63 GM Kobalia Mikhail RUS 2624
64 GM Andriasian Zaven ARM 2622
65 GM Fedorchuk Sergey A. UKR 2621
66 GM Maze Sebastien FRA 2619
67 GM Popov Ivan RUS 2618
68 GM Saric Ivan CRO 2618
69 GM Kozul Zdenko CRO 2617
70 GM Banusz Tamas HUN 2616
71 GM Tomczak Jacek POL 2615
72 GM Erdos Viktor HUN 2614
73 GM Melkumyan Hrant ARM 2613
74 GM Hracek Zbynek CZE 2612
75 GM Alekseev Evgeny RUS 2610
76 GM Onischuk Vladimir UKR 2608
77 GM Parligras Mircea-Emilian ROU 2607
78 GM Mista Aleksander POL 2606
79 GM Rozum Ivan RUS 2606
80 GM Fridman Daniel GER 2605
81 GM Mchedlishvili Mikheil GEO 2605
82 GM Oparin Grigoriy RUS 2604
83 GM Vocaturo Daniele ITA 2604
84 GM Bosiocic Marin CRO 2603
85 GM Pashikian Arman ARM 2603
86 GM Gledura Benjamin HUN 2602
87 GM Neiksans Arturs LAT 2599
88 GM Bok Benjamin NED 2598
89 GM Fedorov Alexei BLR 2598
90 GM Ter-Sahakyan Samvel ARM 2598
91 GM Kulaots Kaido EST 2597
92 GM Lopez Martinez Josep Manuel ESP 2597
93 GM Bogdanovich Stanislav UKR 2596
94 GM Buhmann Rainer GER 2596
95 GM Prohaszka Peter HUN 2596
96 GM Pantsulaia Levan GEO 2594
97 GM Ponkratov Pavel RUS 2590
98 GM Beliavsky Alexander G SLO 2589
99 GM Can Emre TUR 2589
100 GM Postny Evgeny ISR 2588
101 GM Potkin Vladimir RUS 2588
102 GM Indjic Aleksandar SRB 2587
103 GM Alekseenko Kirill RUS 2585
104 GM Azarov Sergei BLR 2582
105 GM Jojua Davit GEO 2581
106 GM Mastrovasilis Dimitrios GRE 2580
107 GM Antipov Mikhail Al. RUS 2576
108 GM Grigoriants Sergey RUS 2576
109 GM Abasov Nijat AZE 2575
110 GM Bocharov Dmitry RUS 2574
111 GM Palac Mladen CRO 2573
112 GM Svane Rasmus GER 2573
113 GM Svetushkin Dmitry MDA 2573
114 GM Deac Bogdan-Daniel ROU 2572
115 GM Wagner Dennis GER 2571
116 GM Gabuzyan Hovhannes ARM 2570
117 GM Paichadze Luka GEO 2568
118 GM Bortnyk Olexandr UKR 2567
119 IM Santos Latasa Jaime ESP 2567
120 GM Predke Alexandr RUS 2566
121 GM Zhigalko Andrey BLR 2566
122 GM Donchenko Alexander GER 2563
123 GM Gelashvili Tamaz GEO 2563
124 GM Kryakvin Dmitry RUS 2560
125 GM Stupak Kirill BLR 2560
126 GM Aleksandrov Aleksej BLR 2559
127 GM Chigaev Maksim RUS 2559
128 GM Michalik Peter CZE 2558
129 GM Boruchovsky Avital ISR 2557
130 GM Ruck Robert HUN 2557
131 GM Sturua Zurab GEO 2555
132 GM Kunin Vitaly GER 2551
133 GM Shomoev Anton RUS 2550
134 IM Sadzikowski Daniel POL 2548
135 GM Blomqvist Erik SWE 2546
136 IM Petrosyan Manuel ARM 2546
137 GM Forcen Esteban Daniel ESP 2545
138 GM Danin Alexandre RUS 2543
139 GM Baron Tal ISR 2540
140 GM Pavlidis Antonios GRE 2539
141 GM Alonso Rosell Alvar ESP 2536
142 GM Sanal Vahap TUR 2533
143 IM Steinberg Nitzan ISR 2532
144 GM Alsina Leal Daniel ESP 2530
145 GM Ladva Ottomar EST 2530
146 GM Macieja Bartlomiej POL 2530
147 GM Bernadskiy Vitaliy UKR 2529
148 GM Djukic Nikola MNE 2526
149 GM Gabrielian Artur RUS 2525
150 IM Gorovets Andrey BLR 2524
151 GM Sedlak Nikola SRB 2523
152 IM Harutyunian Tigran K. ARM 2523
153 IM Plat Vojtech CZE 2522
154 GM Kveinys Aloyzas LTU 2520
155 GM Sivuk Vitaly UKR 2520
156 GM Dastan Muhammed Batuhan TUR 2519
157 GM Kanarek Marcel POL 2519
158 GM Sanikidze Tornike GEO 2518
159 IM Martirosyan Haik M. ARM 2516
160 IM Moskalenko Alexander RUS 2514
161 GM Mastrovasilis Athanasios GRE 2512
162 GM Haznedaroglu Kivanc TUR 2510
163 FM Esipenko Andrey RUS 2509
164 GM Kotronias Vasilios GRE 2508
165 GM Soffer Ram ISR 2508
166 IM Dragnev Valentin AUT 2508
167 GM Godena Michele ITA 2506
168 IM Meskovs Nikita LAT 2504
169 Sviridov Valery RUS 2504
170 GM Jurcik Marian SVK 2501
171 IM Salomon Johan NOR 2501
172 GM Firat Burak TUR 2499
173 GM Potapov Pavel RUS 2497
174 IM Theodorou Nikolas GRE 2495
175 IM Lomasov Semen RUS 2493
176 IM Matinian Nikita RUS 2491
177 IM Shevchenko Kirill UKR 2491
178 IM Iljiushenok Ilia RUS 2489
179 GM Teterev Vitaly BLR 2487
180 IM Hamitevici Vladimir MDA 2487
181 GM Gasanov Eldar UKR 2484
182 GM Kislinsky Alexey CZE 2484
183 IM Schreiner Peter AUT 2483
184 FM Khegay Dmitriy RUS 2482
185 GM Minasian Artashes ARM 2480
186 IM Ali Marandi Cemil Can TUR 2479
187 IM Drozdowski Kacper POL 2478
188 IM Kobo Ori ISR 2476
189 WGM Girya Olga RUS 2476
190 IM Paehtz Elisabeth GER 2474
191 IM Kantans Toms LAT 2473
192 IM Klekowski Maciej POL 2473
193 IM Santos Ruiz Miguel ESP 2473
194 GM Harutjunyan Gevorg ARM 2472
195 GM Neverov Valeriy UKR 2472
196 IM Diermair Andreas AUT 2472
197 IM Sarana Alexey RUS 2472
198 WGM Goryachkina Aleksandra RUS 2470
199 GM Fernandes Antonio POR 2468
200 GM Kharchenko Boris UKR 2468
201 IM Sadikhov Ulvi AZE 2467
202 IM Karttunen Mika FIN 2465
203 IM Nguyen Thai Dai Van CZE 2461
204 IM Costachi Mihnea ROU 2460
205 IM Mazur Stefan SVK 2459
206 IM Reshef Omer ISR 2459
207 IM Sychev Klementy RUS 2459
208 IM Grinberg Eyal ISR 2457
209 IM Galliamova Alisa RUS 2456
210 IM Repka Christopher SVK 2452
211 GM Pacher Milan SVK 2450
212 GM Baghdasaryan Vahe ARM 2449
213 IM Hakobyan Aram ARM 2449
214 IM Erdogdu Mert TUR 2448
215 IM Moroni Luca Jr ITA 2448
216 IM Stremavicius Titas LTU 2448
217 IM Basso Pier Luigi ITA 2447
218 IM Kanmazalp Ogulcan TUR 2447
219 IM Mikaelyan Arman ARM 2444
220 IM Usmanov Vasily RUS 2443
221 IM Zanan Evgeny ISR 2442
222 IM Asadli Vugar AZE 2439
223 IM Kjartansson Gudmundur ISL 2437
224 IM Mindlin Alon ISR 2436
225 IM Froewis Georg AUT 2432
226 IM Pavlov Sergey UKR 2432
227 IM Kessler Luca AUT 2431
228 IM Druska Juraj SVK 2430
229 IM Korchmar Vasiliy RUS 2422
230 FM Pustovoitova Daria RUS 2420
231 WGM Zawadzka Jolanta POL 2419
232 FM Elistratov Semen RUS 2417
233 IM Sipila Vilka FIN 2415
234 FM Grib Roman BLR 2415
235 IM Matnadze Ana ESP 2413
236 IM Vega Gutierrez Sabrina ESP 2413
237 GM Balashov Yuri S RUS 2408
238 IM Nikitenko Mihail BLR 2408
239 FM Sadovsky Artem RUS 2407
240 FM Koksal Ege TUR 2405
241 GM Tihonov Jurij BLR 2402
242 IM Polivanov Anatoliy UKR 2401
243 GM Podolchenko Evgeniy BLR 2398
244 FM Schekachikhin Maksim RUS 2395
245 FM Bakalchuk Johnatan ISR 2391
246 FM Ofitserian Boris RUS 2391
247 IM Abdulov Orkhan AZE 2388
248 IM Meribanov Vitaly BLR 2385
249 GM Tunik Gennady RUS 2384
250 FM Saraci Nderim KOS 2383
251 IM Mochalov Evgeny V BLR 2378
252 FM Stathopoulos Ioannis GRE 2376
253 IM Arabidze Meri GEO 2374
254 IM Charochkina Daria RUS 2370
255 IM Erenberg Ariel ISR 2370
256 IM Lavrov Maxim RUS 2369
257 FM Apryshko Gleb RUS 2368
258 IM Erturan Yakup TUR 2367
259 FM Bartel Michal POL 2361
260 FM Saveljev Vladislav RUS 2360
261 IM Birnboim Nathan ISR 2358
262 IM Kerigan Demre TUR 2358
263 CM Teclaf Pawel POL 2358
264 FM Rozhko Dmitry RUS 2351
265 Lesovoi Evgenij RUS 2351
266 Badelka Olga BLR 2350
267 FM Pogosyan Stefan RUS 2347
268 FM Tutisani Noe GEO 2347
269 WGM Buksa Nataliya UKR 2344
270 FM Yeritsyan Aram RUS 2342
271 FM Belous Mikhail UKR 2340
272 FM Molchanov Oleksii UKR 2334
273 IM Lomako Pavel BLR 2333
274 FM Filipets Egor BLR 2328
275 FM Haring Filip SVK 2328
276 Demianjuk Alexander RUS 2328
277 FM Volkov Sergei RUS 2325
278 FM Zarubitski Viachaslau BLR 2325
279 FM Kozlitin Roman RUS 2323
280 FM Martynov Roman UKR 2323
281 FM Mirzoyan David ARM 2321
282 FM Tate Alan SCO 2320
283 FM Denishev Marat RUS 2316
284 FM Murzin Volodar RUS 2315
285 FM Matsenko Andrei CZE 2314
286 FM Krykun Yuriy UKR 2308
287 FM Sargissyan Sargis ARM 2306
288 FM Tsoi Dmitry RUS 2305
289 FM Harshkou Mikita BLR 2302
290 IM Smirnov Valerij BLR 2297
291 WIM Kantane Anna POL 2295
292 FM Zakaryan David RUS 2292
293 IM Kochetkov German BLR 2288
294 IM Khamitskiy Sergei BLR 2287
295 FM Maliush Andrei BLR 2286
296 FM Babikov Ivan RUS 2284
297 Chizhikov Vladislav RUS 2282
298 FM Cherednichenko Dmitrij RUS 2278
299 FM Selbes Tarik TUR 2274
300 Demircioglu Emre TUR 2257
301 FM Kononenko Dmitry UKR 2255
302 Aliyev Ravan AZE 2252
303 Makoveev Ilya RUS 2246
304 FM Poleg Dan ISR 2241
305 Kultiyasov Mikhail BLR 2241
306 FM Terzi Alexei BLR 2237
307 WIM Khalafova Narmin AZE 2237
308 FM Karayev Kanan AZE 2236
309 FM Vikulov Alexander RUS 2232
310 FM Louis Thibault FRA 2228
311 WFM Assaubayeva Bibisara RUS 2224
312 Balokas Dimitrios GRE 2219
313 FM Davtyan Artur ARM 2216
314 WIM Drozdova Dina RUS 2214
315 FM Rozanov Pavel B. RUS 2208
316 FM Stetsko Lanita BLR 2202
317 WIM Utiatskaja Irina RUS 2198
318 Hakobyan Hovhannes H. ARM 2196
319 IM Smolin Sergey UKR 2195
320 Makarian Rudik RUS 2195
321 WIM Tomashevskaya Lidia RUS 2194
322 WFM Sazonova Anastasia RUS 2191
323 Dajlidko Jurij BLR 2186
324 Radkov Bazhen D. RUS 2180
325 FM Bystrov Alexander BLR 2179
326 Gal Moshe ISR 2177
327 Konaplev Anton RUS 2172
328 Milevich Andrey BLR 2169
329 WFM Nasybullina Alfia RUS 2162
330 Yezhel Valiantsin BLR 2156
331 WIM Steil-Antoni Fiona LUX 2155
332 Dudin Gleb RUS 2151
333 Chibukhchyan Erik RUS 2149
334 Sarbay Aleksandr BLR 2142
335 Yakimenko Alexander A. RUS 2142
336 Kovalevsky Stanislav BLR 2139
337 WFM Kanakova Natalie CZE 2131
338 Pogorelov Igor UKR 2129
339 Ulasevich Sergei BLR 2125
340 Gebigke Martin GER 2120
341 Lagashin Pavel RUS 2117
342 Cherepov Alexej BLR 2109
343 WFM Martynyuk Elizaveta RUS 2102
344 Elkin Leonid BLR 2099
345 Oblamski Vladimir BLR 2090
346 WFM Revo Tatiana BLR 2086
347 Tskhadadze Anna RUS 2085
348 Bochkarev Yuriy RUS 2084
349 Kalyndu Aldynbek RUS 2082
350 Ivannikau Maksim BLR 2076
351 Subbotin Andrey RUS 2071
352 Sosovicka Jakub SVK 2070
353 Vashchilov Sergey BLR 2067
354 Kusenkova Natallia BLR 2062
355 Kotau Arseni BLR 2055
356 Kuleshov Konstantin BLR 2055
357 Babanin Gleb RUS 2054
358 Khrapko Marharyta BLR 2050
359 Henseler Jorgen NED 2046
360 Emanuel Yahav ISR 2034
361 Morozov Vitalij UKR 2034
362 Litvinenko Alexander BLR 2030
363 Sarichev Sergey BLR 2023
364 Lauda Alexandr MDA 1999
365 Hrbek Stepan CZE 1977
366 Grigorian Maksim RUS 1975
367 CM Stukan Martin RUS 1972
368 Siniauski Artsiom BLR 1972
369 Volobuev Vladimir UKR 1969
370 Kramich Aliaksei BLR 1951
371 Klachkou Tsimafei BLR 1948
372 Popova Irina RUS 1938
373 Galkin Gleb BLR 1937
374 Kozlov Aleksandr V BLR 1932
375 Artsiomau Stanislau BLR 1924
376 Bury Gleb M BLR 1919
377 WFM Beinenson Katsiaryna BLR 1907
378 Ocko Dominik CZE 1871
379 Sigal-Passeck Sofia ISR 1855
380 Ivanova Olga BLR 1847
381 Sokolov Ilia RUS 1820
382 Kuizhev Adam RUS 1807
383 Sergey Dmitriy BLR 1761
384 Kamchytski Alexandr BLR 1756
385 Damjanovic Vuk SRB 1754
386 Deblik Oleg BLR 1725
387 Vainerchuk Barys BLR 1714
388 Tsesler Yakau BLR 1702
389 Strybuk Artsiom I BLR 1693
390 Furseev Evgeniy BLR 1649
391 Kozlov Valentin BLR 1619
392 Chugaevsky Pantelei BLR 1614
393 Konyshko Ivan BLR 1548
394 Oskin Iakov RUS 1475
395 AIM Drobyshevsky Vasily BLR 1430
396 Melnikava Natallia BLR 1362
397 Kasperovich Mikhail BLR 1232
398 Rasanau Makar BLR 0
399 Sokolov Aleksandr BLR 0
400 Zhukovskij Viktor BLR 0

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