Dmitry Jakovenko winner of the 2013 Russian Cup

Former European Champion Dmitry Jakovenko won the 2013 Russian Cup for men after defeating the talented 18-years old Vladimir Fedoseev 1,5-0,5 in the final match.

The Russian Cup Final took place from 11th to 19th December in Khanty-Mansiysk. Sixteen players with the best results throughout 2013 competed in the knock-out format.

Each match consisted of two games with classical time control, and if necessary – rapid tie-breaks.

On the way to the final Jakovenko eliminated a line of strong Grandmasters – Aleksei Pridorozhni, Pavel Ponkratov and Sanan Sjugirov. Fedoseev outplayed Pavel Smirnov, Aleksej Aleksandrov and Boris Savchenko.

Anastasia Bodnaruk won the Russian Cup for Women, also in Khanty-Mansiysk.

Replay games on the Russian Chess Federation website

Dmitry Jakovenko

Dmitry Jakovenko

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