Paris City Chess Championship

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The first Paris City Chess Championship was held in 1925.[1][2][3] Since 1989 the title of Paris Champion has been awarded to the highest-placed French player licensed in Île-de-France for the current and previous season.[4]

# Year Winner
1 1925 Abraham Baratz
Vitaly Halberstadt
2 1926 Leon Schwartzmann
3 1927 Abraham Baratz
4 1928 Abraham Baratz
5 1929 Tihomil Drezga
6 1930 Josef Cukierman
7 1931 Eugene Znosko-Borovsky
8 1932 Oscar Blum
9 1933 Alexander Alekhine
10 1934 Nicolas Rossolimo
11 1935 Léon Monosson
12 1936 Nicolas Rossolimo
13 1937 Nicolas Rossolimo
14 1938 Maurice Raizman
1939–40 not held
1941 unknown[5]
18 1942 Robert Crépeaux
19 1943 Constant Schoen
20 1944 César Boutteville
21 1945 César Boutteville
22 1946 César Boutteville
23 1947 Nicolas Rossolimo
24 1948 Nicolas Rossolimo
25 1949 Nicolas Rossolimo
26 1950 Jacques Planté (other languages)
27 1951 Stepan Popel
28 1952 César Boutteville
29 1953 Stepan Popel
30 1954 Stepan Popel
31 1955 Pierre Rolland
32 1956 Borko Simonovic
33 1957 Jacques Ratner
34 1958 Guy Mazzoni (other languages)
35 1959 Gérard Linais
36 1961 César Boutteville
37 1962 François Molnar
38 1963 François Molnar
39 1964 François Molnar
40 1965 Bogdan Ducic
41 1966 Miodrag Todorcevic
42 1967 Miodrag Todorcevic
43 1968 Claude Jean
44 1969 Bernard Huguet
45 1970 Kristian Cormier
46 1971 Alexanadar Obradovic
47 1972 César Boutteville
48 1973 Miodrag Todorcevic
49 1974 Miodrag Todorcevic
50 1975 Jacques Maclès (other languages)
51 1976 Miodrag Todorcevic
52 1977 Georges Noradounghian
53 1978 Christian Lécuyer
54 1979 Alain Villeneuve (other languages)
55 1980 Israel Zilber (off contest)
Nicolas Giffard (other languages)
56 1981 Didier Sellos
57 1982 Éric Prié
58 1983 Éric Prié
59 1984 Olivier Renet (other languages)
60 1985 Slim Belkhodja
61 1986 Nabil Doghri
62 1987 Jacques Maclès
63 1988 Didier Sellos
64 1989 Christophe Bernard
65 1990 Manuel Apicella
66 1991 Jacques Elbilia
67 1992 Éric Prié
68 1993 Laurent Vérat
69 1994 Jacques Demarre
70 1995 Olivier Renet
71 1996 Éric Prié
72 1997 Éloi Relange (other languages)
73 1998 Éloi Relange
74 1999 Ashot Anastasian (off contest)
Éloi Relange
75 2000 Stanislav Savchenko (off contest)
Joël Lautier
76 2001 Christian Bauer (off contest)
Luc Bergèz
77 2002 Yochanan Afek (off contest)
Laurent Fressinet
78 2003 Alberto David[6] (off contest)
Thal Abergel
79 2004 Jean-Marc Degraeve
80 2005 Alberto David[7] (off contest)
Laurent Fressinet
81 2006 Murtas Kazhgaleyev[8] (off contest)
Daniel Fridman
82 2007 Maxime Vachier-Lagrave[9]
83 2008 Maxime Vachier-Lagrave[10]
84 2009 Murtas Kazhgaleyev[11][8] (off contest)
Sergey Fedorchuk
85 2010 Sebastien Feller[12]
86 2011 Arun Prasad (off contest)
Sergey Fedorchuk
87 2012 Sergey Fedorchuk[13]
88 2013 Adrien Demuth (other languages)[14]
89 2014 Sergey Fedorchuk
90 2015 S.P. Sethuraman (off contest)
Olivier Renet
91 2016 Jules Moussard

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Champ Paris". Heritageechecsfra.free.fr. Retrieved 2012-03-17. 
  3. ^ "Campeonato de París". Ajedrezdeataque.com. Retrieved 2012-03-17. 
  4. ^ "PALMARES DES CHAMPIONS DE PARIS" (PDF). Ligue d'Île-de-France des Échecs. Retrieved 21 November 2016. 
  5. ^ "Championnat de Paris 1941". Retrieved 21 November 2016. 
  6. ^ "modele". Idf-echecs.com. Retrieved 2012-03-17. 
  7. ^ "The Week in Chess 559". Chess.co.uk. Retrieved 2012-03-17. 
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  9. ^ "ChIP Fide - Classement après la ronde 9". Idf-echecs.com. Retrieved 2012-03-17. 
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  12. ^ "The Week in Chess 819". Chess.co.uk. Retrieved 2012-03-17. 
  13. ^ http://www.chessdom.com/sergey-fedorchuk-convincing-winner-of-the-87th-paris-chess-championship/
  14. ^ http://www.chessdom.com/adrien-demuth-first-at-the-88th-paris-chess-championship/