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Russian Chess Championships 2014 Super Finals, Kazan 2014

The Russian Chess Championships 2014 Super Finals took place in Kazan 28th November - 7th December.
Men: 1. Igor Lysyj - 5.5, 2. Dmitry Jakovenko - 5, 3-7. Denis Khismatullin (bronze), Ian Nepomniachtchi, Peter Svidler, Alexander Morozevich, Nikita Vitiugov - 4.5, 8-10. Vadim Zvjaginsev, Boris Grachev, Sergey Karjakin - 4.
Igor Lysyj is the new Russian Men's Chess Champion.
Lysyj, Igor - Morozevich, Alexander, Russian Chess Championships 2014 Super Finals

Russian Chess Championship 2014 Super Final, Kazan 2014. Rounds 5-9: Games (Men)
Russian Chess Championship 2014 Super Final. Rounds 1-4: Games (Men)
In round 2 Nepomniachtchi played 1.f4 the Bird Opening with positions like in the Dutch Defence and beat Karjakin.
Games RCCM2014 (45, pgn)

Women: 1. Valentina Gunina - 7, 2. Alisa Galliamova - 6, 3-4. Aleksandra Goryachkina (bronze), Olga Girya - 5.5, 5. Alina Kashlinskaya - 5, 6-7. Ekaterina Kovalevskaya, Alexandra Kosteniuk - 4.5, 8-9. Anastasia Bodnaruk, Natalija Pogonina - 2.5, 10. Oksana Gritsayeva - 2.
Valentina Gunina is the Russian Women's Chess Champion again.
Women's Russian Chess Championship 2014 Super Final, Kazan 2014. Rounds 5-9: Games
Women's Russian Chess Championship 2014 Super Final, Kazan 2014. Rounds 1-4: Games

Games WRCC2014 (45, pgn)

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