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Russian Chess Championships 2015 Super Finals, Chita 2015

The Russian Chess Championships 2015 Super Finals was held in Chita 8th-20th August. Rest day 15th August. Rounds 8:00 am CET, 2:00 am EST, 13:00 Nsk. Last round 6:00 am CET.
Men: 1. Evgeny Tomashevsky - 7.5 out of 11, 2. Sergey Karjakin - 7, 3. Nikita Vitiugov - 6.5, 4-7. Vladislav Artemiev, Dmitry Jakovenko, Denis Khismatullin, Daniil Dubov - 5.5, 8-10. Ivan Bukavshin, Igor Lysyj, Peter Svidler - 5, 11-12. Alexander Motylev, Ildar Khairullin - 4.
Evgeny Tomashevsky is the new Russian Men's Chess Champion.
Russian Chess Championship 2015 Super Final. Rounds 9-11: Games (Men)
In round 11 Lysyj grabbed a pawn and won vs Artemiev.
In round 10 Khismatullin beat Artemiev in the ending. Other games ended in draws.
In round 9 Tomashevsky beat Bukavshin, Karjakin beat Svidler, Artemiev beat Jakovenko, Khismatullin beat Khairullin.
Russian Chess Championship 2015 Super Final. Rounds 5-8: Games (Men)
In round 8 Motylev riskily sacrificed the exchange and lost to Khismatullin.
In round 7 Tomashevsky outplayed Khairullin in the endgame, Karjakin beat Artemiev, Khismatullin lost to Dubov.
In round 6 Svidler grabbed two pawns and beat Lysyj. Dubov had a huge advantage vs Jakovenko, but made errors and lost. Vitiugov outplayed Khismatullin in the endgame.
In round 5 Bukavshin beat Khairullin. Jakovenko-Vitiugov, a draw with 4 pawns vs a rook.
Russian Chess Championship 2015 Super Final. Rounds 1-4: Games (Men)
In round 4 Khismatullin sacrificed the exchange to have a strong attack, checkmated Svidler with a nice queen sacrifice. Khairullin lost to Artemiev.
In round 3 Artemiev sacrificed a knight and beat Motylev, 19...Be7 or 19...Qe7 was better. Tomashevsky took the initiative and won after Lysyj's mistakes.
In round 2 Vitiugov attacked on the kingside and won vs Bukavshin. Motylev bravely sacrificed pieces and lost to Khairullin. Tomashevsky beat Khismatullin.
In round 1 Karjakin beat Khismatullin in the drawish endgame, better was 42...Rb1+, 46...b3 or 52...Rc1. Khairullin could have won vs Dubov with the strong 30.Nxe7!, a draw.
Games RCCM 2015 (66, pgn)
Men: Igor Lysyj, Dmitry Jakovenko, Sergey Karjakin, Evgeny Tomashevsky, Peter Svidler, Nikita Vitiugov, Vladislav Artemiev, Ildar Khairullin, Alexander Motylev, Ivan Bukavshin, Daniil Dubov, Denis Khismatullin.

Women: 1. Aleksandra Goryachkina - 8, 2-3. Anastasia Bodnaruk, Alexandra Kosteniuk - 7, 4-5. Ekaterina Kovalevskaya, Valentina Gunina - 6.5, 6. Kateryna Lagno - 6, 7-8. Anastasia Savina, Olga Girya - 5.5, 9. Natalija Pogonina - 4, 10-11. Alina Kashlinskaya, Evgenija Ovod - 3.5, 12. Marina Guseva - 3.
Aleksandra Goryachkina is the new Russian Women's Chess Champion.
Women's Russian Chess Championship 2015 Super Final. Rounds 9-11: Games
Women's Russian Chess Championship 2015 Super Final. Rounds 5-8: Games
Women's Russian Chess Championship 2015 Super Final, Chita 2015. Rounds 1-4: Games
Games WRCC 2015 (66, pgn)
Women: Valentina Gunina, Kateryna Lagno, Alexandra Kosteniuk, Olga Girya, Aleksandra Goryachkina, Natalija Pogonina, Ekaterina Kovalevskaya, Alina Kashlinskaya, Marina Guseva, Anastasia Bodnaruk, Anastasia Savina, Evgenija Ovod.

Russian Chess Championships 2014 Super Finals, Kazan 2014

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