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Aleksandr Volodin and Anastassia Sinitsina win Estonian Chess Championship 2022

The Estonian Chess Championship 2022 took place from 10-18 December in Tallinn. The Open tournament was played as a 10-player round-robin, and the Women’s Championship was played as a 5-player round-robin event.

GM Aleksandr Volodin clinched the Estonian Open Chess Championship 2022 scoring unbeaten 7/9 points. Andrei Timoshin and GM Kaido Kulaots trailed by half a point tying for second place. Tiebreak criteria favored Andrei Timoshin who won silver and Kaido Kulaots came third.

WFM Anastassia Sinitsina won the Estonian Women’s Chess Championship with score of 3.5 points. WFM Sofia Blokhin came second with 2.5 points and Marina Levchenko came third with 2 points. Scroll down for final rankings of both events

Final rankings – Estonian Open Chess Championship 2022:

Rk.SNo NameFEDRtgIPts. TB1
12GMVolodin Aleksandr EST2440726
28 Timoshin Andrei EST21796.525
36GMKulaots Kaido EST25136.524.8
43IMSeeman Tarvo EST2405623.5
510GMKanep Meelis EST2412518.5
61IMKiik Kalle EST2369415.5
75IMSirosh Ilja EST23863.512
84 Rychagov Nikita EST2180310
99 Medar Marti EST206926
107 Soot Margus EST21211.55.75


Final rankings – Estonian Women’s Chess Championship 2022:

Rk.NameFEDRtgIPts. TB1 
1WFMSinitsina AnastassiaEST21753,55,25
2WFMBlokhin SofiaEST20652,53,75
3Levchenko MarinaEST162522,50
4Ivanova LidiaEST148222,00
5Haapsal Maria IoannaEST138600,00

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