2017 World Draughts Championship

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The 2017 World Draughts Championship at the international draughts held in Tallinn, Estonia. 79 players, who qualified through the championships of Europe, Asia, Africa, North and South America competed in the tournament, which started on October 1, 2017 and will end on October 16, 2017. Among them was women's grandmaster Matrena Nogovitsyna from Russia. Three round played in hotel Europe, other in Paul Keres Chess House. The winning prize for the tournament is 30,000 euros. The tournament will be supervised by main referee Andriy Shcherbatyuk (Ukraine). At the same time the 2017 Women's World Draughts Championship was held.

Rules and Regulations[edit]

In the first stage 79 participants played in three groups Swiss-system tournament with 9 rounds. To define the places with equal points used of Solkoff truncated coefficient. The first four from each group participated in the final, total twelve players.

The final is in the form of a round-robin tournament, with 11 rounds in total. The games played in the official FMJD time rate with 1 hour and 20 minutes for the game plus 1 minute per move.[1]

The final classification is based on the total points obtained. If two or more players will have same total points to define the places:

1. the largest number of victories

2. the best results between this players

3. the best results obtained in order of the classification.

Schedule[edit]

Date Time Men Women Playing venue
1 October 11:00 Opening Opening Hotel Euroopa
1 October 15:00 Round 1 Round 1 Hotel Euroopa
2 October 9:00 Round 2 Round 2 Hotel Euroopa
2 October 16:00 Round 3 Hotel Euroopa
3 October 16:00 Round 4 Round 3 Hotel Euroopa
4 October 9:00 Round 5 Paul Keres Chess House
4 October 16:00 Round 6 Round 4 Paul Keres Chess House
5 October 16:00 Round 7 Round 5 Paul Keres Chess House
6 October 9:00 Round 8 Round 6 Paul Keres Chess House
6 October 16:00 Round 9 Round 7 Paul Keres Chess House
7 October Day of rest Day of rest FMJD General Assembly 2017
8 October 9:00 Final 1 round Paul Keres Chess House
8 October 16:00 Final 2 round Round 8 Paul Keres Chess House
9 October 16:00 Final 3 round Round 9 Paul Keres Chess House
10 October 16:00 Final 4 round Round 10 Paul Keres Chess House
11 October 9:00 Final 5 round Paul Keres Chess House
11 October 16:00 Final 6 round Round 11 Paul Keres Chess House
12 October 16:00 Final 7 round Round 12 Paul Keres Chess House
13 October 9:00 Final 8 round Paul Keres Chess House
13 October 16:00 Final 9 round Round 13 Paul Keres Chess House
14 October 9:00 Final 10 round Round 14 Paul Keres Chess House
15 October 9:00 Final 11 round Round 15 Paul Keres Chess House
15 October 17:00 Closing Closing Paul Keres Chess House

Results[edit]

Semifinal[edit]

GMI — international grandmaster

MI — international master

MF — master FMJD

GMIF — women's international grandmaster

Group A[edit]

Place Name Country Title Rating Points Coeff.
1 Alexander Baljakin  Netherlands GMI 2394 12
2 Alexander Schwarzman  Russia GMI 2432 11
3 Yuri Anikeev  Ukraine GMI 2379 11
4 Vadim Virny  Germany GMI 2354 11
5 Aleksej Domchev  Lithuania GMI 2334 11
6 N'Diaga Samb  Senegal GMI 2322 11
7 Ainur Shaibakov  Russia GMI 2349 11
8 Souleymane Keita  Canada MI 2282 11
9 Nikolai Gulyaev  Russia MI 2299 10
10 Ron Heusdens  Netherlands GMI 2331 10
11 Frank Teer  Netherlands MI 2298 10
12 Manlai Ravjir  Mongolia GMI 2174 10
13 Alexander Verkhovykh  Russia MI 2227 10
14 Arnaud Cordier  France GMI 2358 10
15 Guno Burleson  Suriname MI 2254 10
16 Derby Martes  Dominican Republic 2259 10
17 Martijn van Gortel  Netherlands MF 2117 10
18 Jitse Slump  Netherlands MI 2273 9
19 Raimonds Vipulis  Latvia GMI 2310 9
20 Arjan van den Berg  Israel 2178 9
21 Raivo Rist  Estonia MF 2149 8
22 Vaclav Krista  Czech Republic MI 2092 8
23 Piotr Paluch  Poland MF 2119 8
24 Bryan Wollaert  Belgium MF 2127 8
25 Uno Plakk  Estonia MF 2024 6
26 Priit Lokotar  Estonia 1902 6
27 Behcet Celebi  Cyprus 1900 2
28 Epherem Demessie  Ethiopia 1901 0

Group B[edit]

Place Name Country Title Rating Points Coeff.
1 Alexander Georgiev  Russia GMI 2428 12
2 Guntis Valneris  Latvia GMI 2374 12
3 Artem Ivanov  Ukraine GMI 2367 11
4 Martijn van IJzendoorn  Netherlands GMI 2395 11
5 Dul Erdenebileg  Mongolia GMI 2266 11
6 Leopold Kouogueu Kouomou  Cameroon GMI 2304 11
7 Jan Groenendijk  Netherlands GMI 2350 10
8 Hein Meijer  Netherlands GMI 2317 10
9 Murodullo Amrillaev  Russia GMI 2351 10
10 Ivan Trofimov  Russia GMI 2332 10
11 Adonis Joachim Ano  Ivory Coast MI 2306 10
12 Alessio Scaggiante  Italy MF 2119 10
13 Jean Marc Ndjofang  Cameroon GMI 2333 9
14 Chengcheng Tian  China MF 2132 9
15 Matrena Nogovitsyna  Russia MI 2228 9
16 Youssou NDiaye  Senegal MF 2183 9
17 Oscar Lognon  France MI 2279 9
18 Kees Romijn  Netherlands MF 2136 9
19 Mehmet Yöney  Turkey MF 2119 8
20 Vasyl Pikiniar  Ukraine MF 2165 8
21 Janiston Ramirez  Dominican Republic 2251 8
22 Sergei Nosevitch  Belarus GMI 2262 7
23 Roep Bhawanibhiek  Netherlands MF 2095 7
24 Andreas Tulva  Estonia 2021 6
25 Argo Unnuk  Estonia MF 2204 6
26 Gerrit Alink  Indonesia 1909 2

Group C[edit]

Place Name Country Title Rating Points Coeff.
1 Wouter Wolff  Netherlands MI 2278 12
2 Alexei Chizhov  Russia GMI 2409 11
3 Joel Atse  Ivory Coast GMI 2337 11
4 Evgeni Vatutin  Belarus GMI 2329 11
5 Roel Boomstra  Netherlands GMI 2400 11
5 Alexander Getmanski  Russia GMI 2367 11
7 Kees Thijssen  Netherlands GMI 2326 11
8 Macodou NDiaye  Senegal GMI 2336 11
9 Maksim Milshin  Russia MF 2278 11
10 Wouter Sipma  Netherlands GMI 2352 10
11 Daniele Macali  Italy MF 2143 10
12 Edvardas Bužinskis  Lithuania GMI 2314 9
13 Christian Niami  Cameroon MF 2294 9
14 Miguel Almanzar  Dominican Republic MF 2372 9
15 Evgeni Gurkov  Russia MF 2178 9
16 Zhiyong Xiong  China MF 2161 9
17 Carlos Lorevil  Curaçao MF 2120 9
18 Piotr Chmiel  Poland MI 2115 9
19 Igor Kirzner  Ukraine GMI 2259 8
20 Villem Lüüs  Estonia MF 2116 8
21 Gerelbold Ganbold  Mongolia MF 2124 8
22 Frantz Forbin  France MI 2230 8
23 Alexander Rudnitsky  United States MF 2194 8
24 Raido Värik  Estonia 2247 6
25 Dan Isabirye  Uganda 2000 3
26 Evert Wiskerke  Romania 1984 2

Final[edit]

Place Name Country Title Rating 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Points Win Draw Lost
1 Alexander Schwarzman  Russia GMI 2432 Chess j0l44.png 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 14 3 8 0
2 Alexei Chizhov  Russia GMI 2409 1 Chess j0l44.png 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 13 2 9 0
3 Guntis Valneris  Latvia GMI 2374 1 1 Chess j0l44.png 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 13 2 9 0
4 Alexander Baljakin  Netherlands GMI 2394 1 1 1 Chess j0l44.png 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 12 1 10 0
5 Yuri Anikeev  Ukraine GMI 2379 1 1 1 1 Chess j0l44.png 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 12 1 10 0
6 Joel Atse  Ivory Coast GMI 2337 1 1 1 0 1 Chess j0l44.png 1 1 2 1 1 1 11 1 9 1
7 Alexander Georgiev  Russia GMI 2428 1 0 1 1 1 1 Chess j0l44.png 2 1 1 1 1 11 1 9 1
8 Wouter Wolf  Netherlands MI 2278 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 Chess j0l44.png 2 1 1 2 10 2 6 3
9 Martijn van IJzendoorn  Netherlands GMI 2395 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 Chess j0l44.png 1 2 1 9 1 7 3
10 Evgeni Vatutin  Belarus GMI 2329 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 Chess j0l44.png 1 1 9 0 9 2
11 Vadim Virny  Germany GMI 2354 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 Chess j0l44.png 1 9 0 9 2
12 Artem Ivanov  Ukraine GMI 2367 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 Chess j0l44.png 9 0 9 2

Results by round[edit]

1 round[edit]

  • Guntis Valneris – Alexander Schwarzman 1–1
  • Alexei Chizhov – Artem Ivanov 1–1
  • Alexander Georgiev – Vadim Virny 1–1
  • Yuri Anikeev – Alexander Baljakin 1–1
  • Evgeni Vatutin – Joel Atse 1–1
  • Martijn van IJzendoorn – Wouter Wolff 0–2

2 round[edit]

  • Alexander Schwarzman – Wouter Wolff 2–0
  • Joel Atse – Martijn van IJzendoorn 2–0
  • Alexander Baljakin – Evgeni Vatutin 1–1
  • Vadim Virny – Yuri Anikeev 1–1
  • Artem Ivanov – Alexander Georgiev 1–1
  • Guntis Valneris – Alexei Chizhov 1–1

3 round[edit]

  • Alexei Chizhov – Alexander Schwarzman 1–1
  • Alexander Georgiev – Guntis Valneris 1–1
  • Yuri Anikeev – Artem Ivanov 1–1
  • Evgeni Vatutin – Vadim Virny 1–1
  • Martijn van IJzendoorn – Alexander Baljakin 1–1
  • Wouter Wolff – Joel Atse 1–1

4 round[edit]

  • Alexander Schwarzman – Joel Atse 1–1
  • Alexander Baljakin – Wouter Wolff 1–1
  • Vadim Virny – Martijn van IJzendoorn 0–2
  • Artem Ivanov – Evgeni Vatutin 1–1
  • Alexei Chizhov – Alexander Georgiev 2–0
  • Guntis Valneris – Yuri Anikeev 1–1

5 round[edit]

  • Alexander Georgiev – Alexander Schwarzman 1–1
  • Yuri Anikeev – Alexei Chizhov 1–1
  • Evgeni Vatutin – Guntis Valneris 0–2
  • Martijn van IJzendoorn – Artem Ivanov 1–1
  • Wouter Wolff – Vadim Virny 1–1
  • Joel Atse – Alexander Baljakin 0–2

6 round[edit]

  • Alexander Georgiev – Yuri Anikeev 1–1
  • Alexei Chizhov – Evgeni Vatutin 1–1
  • Guntis Valneris – Martijn van IJzendoorn 1–1
  • Artem Ivanov – Wouter Wolff 0–2
  • Vadim Virny – Joel Atse 1–1
  • Alexander Schwarzman – Alexander Baljakin 1–1

7 round[edit]

  • Yuri Anikeev – Alexander Schwarzman 1–1
  • Evgeni Vatutin – Alexander Georgiev 1–1
  • Martijn van IJzendoorn – Alexei Chizhov 1–1
  • Wouter Wolff – Guntis Valneris 0–2
  • Joel Atse – Artem Ivanov 1–1
  • Alexander Baljakin – Vadim Virny 1–1

8 round[edit]

  • Alexander Schwarzman – Vadim Virny 1–1
  • Artem Ivanov – Alexander Baljakin 1–1
  • Guntis Valneris – Joel Atse 1–1
  • Alexei Chizhov – Wouter Wolff 1–1
  • Alexander Georgiev – Martijn van IJzendoorn 1–1
  • Yuri Anikeev – Evgeni Vatutin 2–0

9 round[edit]

  • Alexander Schwarzman – Vadim Virny 1–1
  • Artem Ivanov – Alexander Baljakin 1–1
  • Guntis Valneris – Joel Atse 1–1
  • Alexei Chizhov – Wouter Wolff 1–1
  • Alexander Georgiev – Martijn van IJzendoorn 1–1
  • Yuri Anikeev – Evgeni Vatutin 2–0

10 round[edit]

  • Alexander Schwarzman – Artem Ivanov 2–0
  • Guntis Valneris – Vadim Virny 1–1
  • Alexei Chizhov – Alexander Baljakin 1–1
  • Alexander Georgiev – Joel Atse 1–1
  • Yuri Anikeev – Wouter Wolff 1–1
  • Evgeni Vatutin – Martijn van IJzendoorn 1–1

11 round[edit]

  • Martijn van IJzendoorn – Alexander Schwarzman 0–2
  • Wouter Wolff – Evgeni Vatutin 1–1
  • Joel Atse – Yuri Anikeev 1–1
  • Alexander Baljakin – Alexander Georgiev 1–1
  • Vadim Virny – Alexei Chizhov 0–2
  • Artem Ivanov – Guntis Valneris 1–1

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