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Russian Chess Championships 2017 Super Finals, Saint Petersburg 2017

The Russian Chess Championships 2017 Super Finals was held in Saint Petersburg 2nd-15th December. Rest day 8th December 2017.
1-2. Peter Svidler, Nikita Vitiugov - 7 out of 11 scores, 3-4. Daniil Dubov (bronze), Vladimir Fedoseev - 6.5, 5-7. Vladimir Malakhov, Evgeny Tomashevsky, Alexander Riazantsev - 6, 8-9. Sanan Sjugirov, Ernesto Inarkiev - 5, 10. Maxim Matlakov - 4.5, 11. Evgeny Romanov - 3.5, 12. Sergey Volkov - 3. Tiebreak, rapid (15 min + 10 sec): Vitiugov-Svidler 0-2.
Peter Svidler is the Russian Person's Chess Champion 2017. You know, the city of Peter is Saint Petersburg, so it is logical.

Tiebreak, Rapid Games, Nikita Vitiugov vs Peter Svidler

Russian Chess Championship Super Final, Saint Petersburg 2017, Round 11 Games

Russian Chess Championship Super Final, Saint Petersburg 2017, Round 10 Games

Russian Chess Championship Super Final, Saint Petersburg 2017, Round 9 Games

Russian Chess Championship Super Final, Saint Petersburg 2017, Round 8 Games

Russian Chess Championship Super Final, Saint Petersburg 2017, Round 7 Games

Russian Chess Championship Super Final, Saint Petersburg 2017, Round 6 Games

Russian Chess Championship Super Final, Saint Petersburg 2017, Round 5 Games

Russian Chess Championship Super Final, Saint Petersburg 2017, Round 4 Games

Russian Chess Championship Super Final, Saint Petersburg 2017, Round 3 Games

Russian Chess Championship Super Final, Saint Petersburg 2017, Round 2 Games

Russian Chess Championship Super Final, Saint Petersburg 2017, Round 1 Games

Games RCCM SPb 2017 (68, pgn)

Women: 1-2. Aleksandra Goryachkina, Natalija Pogonina - 7 out of 11 scores, 3-4. Alina Kashlinskaya (bronze), Olga Girya - 6.5, 5-6. Anastasia Bodnaruk, Valentina Gunina - 6, 7-9. Oksana Gritsaeva, Polina Shuvalova, Marina Nechaeva - 5, 10. Evgenija Ovod - 4.5, 11. Ekaterina Kovalevskaya - 4, 12. Alisa Galliamova - 3.5. Tiebreak, rapid (15 min + 10 sec): Pogonina-Goryachkina 0-2.
Aleksandra Goryachkina is the Russian Women's Chess Champion 2017.

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