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Russian Junior Championships 2013

Vladislav Artemiev

The Russian Junior Chess Championships for men and women are taking place on 15th-28th April in Loo, right after the Russian Teams Chess Championship finished in the same location.

The age categories for boys and girls U-11, U-13, U-15, U-17, U-19 and U-21 are being played. The winner of each group will gain the right to represent Russia at the Junior World Chess Championship.

The time control used will be 90 minutes for the whole game with 30 seconds increments from move 1.

The participants are not allowed to agree to a draw before move 40.

As it is well-known, Russia is the country where more strong young players reside. So, the U-21 events for boys and girls are quite strong tournaments in their own right. Both championships are using the single round robin format with 10 players.

Muscovite IMs Vladimir Belous and Uri Eliseev are the first seeds in the male event. WGM Alina Kashlinskaya is the first seed among the girls.

Participants – Boys U21:

1 IM Belous Vladimir RUS 2560
2 IM Eliseev Urii RUS 2541
3 GM Bukavshin Ivan RUS 2522
4 IM Stukopin Andrey RUS 2500
5 IM Artemiev Vladislav RUS 2499
6 IM Oparin Grigoriy RUS 2496
7 Predke Alexandr RUS 2481
8 IM Chigaev Maksim RUS 2454
9 IM Pakhomov Egor RUS 2454
10 FM Gordievsky Dmitry RUS 2443

Participants – Girls U21:

1 WGM Kashlinskaya Alina RUS 2305
2 FM Pustovoitova Daria RUS 2269
3 Petrova Olga RUS 2238
4 WIM Bivol Alina RUS 2223
5 WFM Petrukhina Irina RUS 2222
6 WFM Suslova Alena RUS 2194
7 WIM Severina Maria RUS 2193
8 WFM Gvanceladze Anna RUS 2183
9 WFM Belenkaya Dina RUS 2180
10 WFM Rjanova Valery RUS 2170

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