2016

Tikhookeanskiy Meridian 2016

Vladivostok in Russian Far East is currently holding a series of summer chess events. The festival opened with Tikhookeanskiy Meridian, 11-round Swiss rapid tournament with the time control 15 min + 10 sec.

Among 76 participants, Grandmasters Grigoriy Oparin, Dmitry Kokarev and Ivan Rozum shared the first place with 9,0/11 points each, leaving the nearest followers a full point behind. Oparin took the winner’s trophy on best tie-break.

The events following the rapid are “Primorskiy Debyut” with standard time control – a stage of the Russian Cup, Student’s Grand Prix at Far East Federal University with participants from Vietnam, Uzbekistan, Mongolia, Ukraine, Tajikistan and Russia, and finally the stage of the Russian Youth Cup – “Ostrov Russkiy”.

Tikhookeanskiy Meridian 2016

Winners of the Tikhookeanskiy Meridian 2016

Updates are being posted on the RCF website

Tikhookeanskiy Meridian 2016 final standings:

1 GM Oparin Grigoriy RUS 2597 – 9
2 GM Kokarev Dmitry RUS 2605 – 9
3 GM Rozum Ivan RUS 2575 – 9
4 FM Yanchenko Roman RUS 2471 – 8
5 GM Goganov Aleksey RUS 2541 – 8
6 GM Batchuluun Tsegmed MGL 2509 – 7.5
7 GM Bocharov Dmitry RUS 2615 – 7.5
8 GM Smirnov Pavel RUS 2606 – 7.5
9 Obodenko Amir RUS 2195 – 7.5
10 Lian Yury RUS 2236 – 7.5
11 FM Keosidi Konstantin RUS 2451 – 7
12 FM Sutormin Danila RUS 2344 – 7
13 IM Kravtsov Sergey RUS 2321 – 7
14 FM Ovchinnikov Vsevolod RUS 2328 – 7
15 IM Pevzner Lev RUS 2353 – 7
16 FM Muratov Sergey RUS 2283 – 7
17 Sek Konstantin RUS 2426 – 6.5
18 WFM Zherebtsova Alexandra RUS 2160 – 6.5
19 FM Tsilidis Alexandros GRE 2281 – 6.5
20 Tugarin Anton RUS 2178 – 6.5
21 Khokhlova Daria RUS 2128 – 6.5
22 Zavyalov Victor RUS 2370 – 6.5
23 FM Musaev Rasul RUS 2236 – 6
24 Meshkov Ivan RUS 2240 – 6
25 Pavlovskiy Mikhail RUS 2253 – 6
26 FM Tsigelnitskiy Ilusha RUS 2277 – 6
27 I Gi Su RUS 2177 – 6
28 Dambaev Bilikto RUS 1828 – 6
29 Mikhailova Lubov RUS 2007 – 6
30 Pahomov Ruslan RUS 2150 – 6
31 Adamova Tuyara RUS 1944 – 6
32 Tanashkin Alexey RUS 2051 – 6
33 WFM Anu Bayar MGL 1895 – 6
34 Medvedev Nikita RUS 1873 – 6
35 Ashid Tsetsegulzii MGL 1770 – 6
36 FM Emeliantsev Anatoliy RUS 2354 – 5.5
37 Brushkivskiy Denis RUS 1943 – 5.5
38 FM Sin Denis RUS 2145 – 5.5
39 Samdanova Surena RUS 1860 – 5.5
40 Shchukin Maksim RUS 1978 – 5.5
41 Kosenok Anton RUS 1927 – 5.5
42 Merts Dmitrii RUS 1557 – 5.5
43 Yurkina Anastasiya RUS 1596 – 5.5
44 Borovskikh Alexander RUS 1808 – 5
45 Vakhramov Vadim RUS 0 – 5
46 Snetkov Ivan RUS 1950 – 5
47 Kiseleva Ekaterina RUS 1874 – 5
48 Kalitenko Vladimir RUS 1938 – 5
49 Tyrkalov Pavel RUS 1960 – 5
50 Garmash Aliona RUS 1672 – 5
51 Popova Vilena RUS 1718 – 5
52 Petko Darya RUS 1794 – 4.5
53 FM Belyi Vladimir RUS 1973 – 4.5
54 Li Albert RUS 1983 – 4.5
55 Protasova Anastasia RUS 1694 – 4.5
56 Kim Evgeniy RUS 1838 – 4.5
57 Belkov Nikolay RUS 1791 – 4.5
58 Vasilieva Aisena RUS 1709 – 4.5
59 Shushakov Andrey RUS 1591 – 4.5
60 Nesterov Andrey RUS 0 – 4.5
61 Kononenko Maxim RUS 2114 – 4
62 Ivanov Igor RUS 2143 – 4
63 Karnaukhov Evgenii RUS 1428 – 4
64 Skogol Sandra RUS 1366 – 4
65 Davydova Mariia RUS 0 – 4
66 Antonenko Ivan RUS 0 – 4
67 Vasilkov Albert RUS 0 – 4
68 Makarevich Dmitrii RUS 1376 – 3.5
69 Vasilenko Daniil RUS 0 – 3.5
70 Shcherban Vera RUS 1414 – 3.5
71 Beltsev Mikhail RUS 1938 – 3
72 Smotrova Daria RUS 0 – 3
73 Korolev Artem RUS 0 – 3
74 Vorobyeva Larisa RUS 1502 – 2
75 Okhotnik Aleksandr RUS 0 – 2
76 Karashchuk Vladimir RUS 0 – 1.5

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