2014

IM Andrei Obodchuk is 2014 IPCA World Champion

Banja Junakovic - ApatinThe 14th Individual IPCA World Chess Championship was held on 15-24th September 2014 in Banja Junakovic – Apatin, in Serbia.

Vojvodina Chess Federation (SSV) and International Physically Disabled Chess Association (IPCA) organized the event in a 9-round Swiss format with a time control 90′ + 30″.

IM Andrei Obodchuk (Russia) emerged a clear winner on 7,5/9 points, leaving the runner-up half point behind.

IM Igor Yarmonov (Ukraine) finished second with 7 points, while Karthik Krishna Venkata (India) and IM Stanislav Mikheev (Russia) shared third place, but the Indian player took the bronze on superior tie-break score.

Final standings:

1 IM Obodchuk Andrei RUS 2370 7,5
2 IM Yarmonov Igor UKR 2361 7
3 Venkata Krishna Karthik K IND 1967 6,5
4 IM Mikheev Stanislav RUS 2195 6,5
5 FM Valenta Vit CZE 2134 6
6 Balberov Alexander RUS 2380 5,5
7 Kozhabekov Adilkhan KAZ 2103 5,5
8 Tersinsev Andrey RUS 2043 5,5
9 Vovk Viktor UKR 2172 5,5
10 Kovacevic Krsto CRO 2068 5
11 Moskvin Anatoly RUS 1870 5
12 WIM Jennitha Anto K. IND 1953 5
13 WFM Aleksandrova Aleksandra RUS 1947 5
14 Linqvist Grels FIN 2026 5
15 Riekkinen Keijo FIN 1671 5
16 Ursic Aleksander SLO 1939 4,5
17 Tsapalin Sergey RUS 1987 4,5
18 Zavarsky Juraj SVK 2012 4,5
19 IM Vodyasov Evgeny RUS 2220 4,5
20 WIM Kaydanovich Marina RUS 1824 4,5
21 Strekalovski Viktor RUS 2057 4,5
22 WIM Melnik Galina RUS 1971 4
23 Kurochkina Elena RUS 1768 4
24 Sataeva Lana RUS 1483 4
25 Denisov Denis RUS 1995 3,5
26 Tocklin Tomi FIN 1859 3,5
27 Stojanovic Jelena SRB 0 3,5
28 Kestlane Harry EST 1843 3,5
29 Konkolova Nikola SVK 1485 3,5
30 Pilimon Zbigniew POL 1706 3,5
31 Diachina Olga RUS 1607 3
32 Sergeeva Anna RUS 1274 2,5
33 Aristov Pavel RUS 1552 2

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