2013

Alexey Dreev first in Altai Rapid 2013

Altai Krai and its capital Barnaul have celebrated the International Chess Day with a rapid tournament at the Altai Youth Theatre.

European Rapid Champion Alexey Dreev won the tournament with 7,5/9 points ahead of 40 players in the field.

Dreev was earlier announced as top seed in the Pacific Meridian in Vladivostok, but he took a stop in Barnaul, halfway from Moscow.

Altay Rapid

Final standings:

1 Dreev Aleksey 2740 – 7.5
2 Belozerov Andrei 2576 – 7
3 Boiarintsev Vitaly 2294 – 6.5
4 Guempel Viktor 2241 – 6.5
5 Shlauzer Andrey 2143 – 6
6 Smikovski Ivan 2534 – 6
7 Dibrov Ilya 2287 – 6
8 Maletin Pavel 2664 – 5.5
9 Khabarov Sergey 2282 – 5.5
10 Barskij Vladimir 2422 – 5.5
11 Cherchnev Anatoli 2276 – 5.5
12 Sorokin Aleksey 2109 – 5
13 Suslyakov Andrey 2187 – 5
14 Vassiliev G. 2219 – 5
15 Tchirkov Vladimir 2374 – 5
16 Popov Roman 2322 – 5
17 Degterev Alexander 2293 – 5
18 Khan Alexander 2277 – 4.5
19 Kuprin Vladimir 2134 – 4.5
20 Korsakov Dmitry 0 – 4.5
21 Tsepennikova Tatyana 2074 – 4.5
22 Polomoshnov Artem 0 – 4.5
23 Gritsenko Alexey 2071 – 4.5
24 Kaschaev Konstantin 2042 – 4.5
25 Razgovorov Yurii 2106 – 4
26 Dronov Alexander 2203 – 4
27 Litvinov Vyacheslav 1954 – 4
28 Chernov Alexander A. 2246 – 3.5
29 Efanov Mikhail 1996 – 3.5
30 Khitrov Denis 2083 – 3.5
31 Gerasimyuk Maxim 2103 – 3.5
32 Chuvilin Oleg 1971 – 3.5
33 Nikonov Yury 2176 – 3.5
34 Belyikh Alexander 2005 – 3
35 Saley Alexander 2131 – 3
36 Burtsev Vladimir 2200 – 3
37 Yakimov S.Y. 2172 – 3
38 Sutorikhin Jevgenij 2232 – 2
39 Kolodin Vyacheslav 2085 – 1.5
40 Eremin Gennady 2045 – 1.5

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