"Ural" and "ABC" clubs win RCC 2006 Print
Tuesday, 02 May 2006 00:00
Russian chess club championships 2006 were held April,20 to May,1 2006 in Sochi, Russia. After 11 rounds "URAL" club (GMs Grischuk A., Shirov A., Akopyan V., Dreev A., Malakhov V., Motylev A., Sakaev K., Aleksandrov A.) won the men's section with 17 points. Club "ABC" (GM Stefanova A., IMs Kosintseva T., Kosintseva N., WGM Muzychuk A., WIM Kursova M.) is on the first place in the women's club champioship. Please download PGNs here. Please visit Official web site for more information. Russian chess club championships 2006 were held April,20 to May,1 2006 in Sochi, Russia. After 11 rounds "URAL" club is the winner of the men's section with 17 points score. Club "ABC" is on the first place in the women's club champioship scoring 21 points.

Please click here to download PGNs - Women's section(10 rounds available for now).

Please click here to download PGNs - Men's section(8 rounds available for now).

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Final Standings:
1. "Ural" Sverdlovsk region 17 38
2. TPS Saransk 17 37.5
3. "Tomsk-400" Tomsk 16 38.5
4. "Termosteps" Samara 14 35,5
5. "Ladya" Kazan 12 34
6. "Yuzhyi Ural" Cheliabinsk 12 33
7. "Unilain" Samara 10 31.5
8. "Economist" SGSEU Saratov 8 30.5
9. "MCF Moscow" 7 32
10. "Lada" Togliatty 7 29.5
11. "FINEK" Saint-Petersburg 6 29
12. "Merya" Moscow- Ulan-Ude 6 28,5

1. Men's chess club championship Premier League (round robin system, 11 rounds; 6 main players and 2 reserves) Participants: L. Aronian,A.Morozevich, R.Ponomarev, A. Shirov, A. Karpov etc.

2. Men's chess club championship First League (round robin system, 11 rounds; 6 main players and 2 reserves)

3. Women's chess club championship (round robin system, 11 rounds; 4 main players and 1 reserve) Participants: A. Stefanova, K. Lahno, V. Chylite, E.Kovalevskaya, E. Paetz, A. Skripchenko, T. Kosintseva etc.

4. Open children's chess club championship (Swiss system, 9 rounds, 27 teams, 6 main players and 2 reserves). Participants: Russia, China, Germany, Ukraine etc.

 
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