Ukrainian Chess Championship

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This is a list of all the winners of the Ukrainian Chess Championship, including those held when Ukraine was a Soviet republic and those held after Ukraine became independent. Players' names listed in parentheses indicate that the player won the tournament but did not receive the title since he was an outside competitor. The title went instead to the top-scoring Ukrainian.

By year[edit]

# Year City Winner[1]
1 1924 Kiev Yakiv Vilner (1)
2 1925 Kharkiv Yakiv Vilner (2)
3 1926 Odessa Borys Verlinsky (1) & Mykhailo Marski (1)
4 1927 Poltava (Olexiy Selezniov), Vsevolod Rauzer (1)
5 1928 Odessa Yakiv Vilner (3) & Volodymyr Kirillov (1)
6 1931 Kharkiv Abram Zamikhovsky (1)
7 1933 Kharkiv Vsevolod Rauzer (2) & Volodymyr Kirillov (2)
8 1936 Kiev Yosyp Pohrebyssky (1) & Petro Shumilin (1)
9 1937 Kiev Fedir Bohatyrchuk (1)
10 1938 Kiev Isaac Boleslavsky (1)
11 1939 Dnipropetrovsk Isaac Boleslavsky (2)
12 1940 Kiev Isaac Boleslavsky (3)
13 1944 Kiev Borys Goldenov (1)
14 1945 Kiev Anatoly Bannik (1)
15 1946 Kiev Anatoly Bannik (2)
16 1947 Kiev Olexiy Sokolsky (1)
17 1948 Kiev Alexey Sokolsky (2)
18 1949 Odessa Isaac Lipnitsky (1)
19 1950 Kiev Yukhym Heller (1)
20 1951 Kiev Anatoly Bannik (3)
21 1952 Kiev Vladlen Zurakhov (1)
22 1953 Kiev Yakiv Yukhtman (1)
23 1954 Kiev Abram Khavin (1)
24 1955 Kiev Anatoly Bannik (4)
25 1956 Kiev Isaac Lipnitsky (2)
26 1957 Kiev (Salo Flohr) (1), Yukhym Heller (2)
27 1958 Kiev Yukhym Heller (3)
28 1959 Kiev Yukhym Heller (4)
29 1960 Kiev Leonid Stein (1)
30 1961 Kiev Yuri Kots (1)
31 1962 Kiev Leonid Stein (2)
32 1963 Kiev Yuri Nikolayevsky (1)
33 1964 Kiev Anatoly Bannik (5)
34 1965 Dnipropetrovsk R. Goldstein (1)
35 1966 Kiev Yuri Sakharov (1)
36 1967 Kiev Valery Zhydkov (1) & Yuri Nikolayevsky (2)
37 1968 Kiev Yuri Sakharov (2)
38 1969 Ivano-Frankivsk Hennady Kuzmin (1) & Volodymyr Savon (1)
39 1970 Kiev Volodymyr Tukmakov (1)
40 1971 Donetsk Yuri Kots (2)
41 1972 Odessa Lev Alburt (1)
42 1973 Dnipropetrovsk Lev Alburt (2)
43 1974 Lviv Lev Alburt (3)
44 1975 Dnipropetrovsk Oleksandr Vaisman (1)
45 1976 Donetsk Mykhailo Pidhayets (1)
46 1977 Zhytomyr Yuri Nikolayevsky (3)
47 1978 Yalta Kostiantyn Lerner (1)
48 1979 Dnipropetrovsk Volodymyr Okhotnyk (1)
49 1980 Kharkiv Volodymyr Malaniuk (1)
50 1981 Yalta Volodymyr Malaniuk (2)
51 1982 Yalta Kostiantyn Lerner (2)
52 1983 Melitopol Dmytro Komarov (1) & Valery Neverov (1)
53 1984 Kiev Mykhailo Hurevych (1)
54 1985 Uzhhorod Valery Neverov (2)
55 1986 Lviv Volodymyr Malaniuk (3)
56 1987 Mykolaiv Viktor Moskalenko (1)
57 1988 Kharkiv & Lviv Valery Neverov (3)
58 1989 Kherson Ihor Novikov (1) & Hennady Kuzmin (2)
59 1990 Simferopol Mykhailo Brodsky (1)
60 1991 Simferopol Vitali Golod (1)
61 1992 Simferopol Vladyslav Borovikov (1)
62 1993 Donetsk Orest Grytsak (1)
63 1994 Alushta Yuri Kruppa (1)
64 1995  ? Serhiy Kryvosheya (1)
65 1996 Yalta Mykhailo Holubiev (1) & Valery Neverov (4)
66 1997 Alushta Volodymyr Baklan (1)
67 1998 Alushta Lubomyr Mykhailets (1), Volodymyr Baklan (2), Oleh Berezin (1)
68 1999 Alushta Hennady Kuzmin (3), Alexei Bezgodov (1), Stanislav Savchenko (1),
Oleksandr Moiseyenko (1), Andriy Rakhmangulov (1)
69 2000 Sevastopol Volodymyr Rohovski (1)
70 2001 Ordzhonikidze Oleksandr Berelovych (1)
71 2002 Alushta Anton Korobov (1)
72 2003 Simferopol Yevhen Miroshnychenko (1)
73 2004 Kharkiv Andriy Volokitin (1)
74 2005 Rivne Oleksandr Areschenko (1)
75 2006 Poltava Zakhar Yefymenko (1)
76 2007 Kharkov Valeriy Aveskulov (1)
77 2008 Poltava Yevhen Miroshnychenko (2)
78 2009 Alushta Volodymyr Jakymov (1)
79 2010 Alushta Sergey Pavlov (1)
80 2011 Kiev Ruslan Ponomariov[2] (1)
81 2012 Kiev Anton Korobov (2)
82 2013 Kiev Yuriy Kryvoruchko (1)
83 2014 Lviv Yuriy Kuzubov (1)
84 2015 Lviv Andriy Volokitin (2)

Most championships[edit]

# Name Titles Years Status
1 Anatoly Bannik 5 1945, 1946, 1951, 1955, 1964 1921-2013
2 Yukhym Heller 4 1950, 1957, 1958, 1959 1925–1998
3 Valery Neverov 4 1983, 1985, 1988, 1996 1962-present
4 Yakiv Vilner 3 1924, 1925, 1928 1899–1931
5 Isaac Boleslavsky 3 1938, 1939, 1940 1919–1977
6 Lev Alburt 3 1972, 1973, 1974 1945–present
7 Yuri Nikolayevsky 3 1963, 1967, 1977 1937–present
8 Volodymyr Malaniuk 3 1980, 1981, 1986 1957–present
9 Hennady Kuzmin 3 1969, 1989, 1999 1946–present

Women[edit]

# Year City Winner[3]
1 1935 Berta Vaisberg, Roza Kliherman
2 1936 Zinaida Artemieva, Berta Vaisberg, Roza Kliherman
3 1937 Tamara Dobrovolska
4 1938 Zinaida Artemieva, Berta Vaisberg, Sofiya Sokolyk
5 1939 Sara Slobodyanyk
6 1946 Berta Vaisberg
7 1947 L. Kohan
8 1948 L. Kohan
9 1949 Korsunska
10 1950 Berta Vaisberg, A. Rubinchyk
11 1951 Lyubov Kohan
12 1952 Lyubov Kohan
13 1953 Lyubov Kohan
14 1954 Lyubov Kohan
15 1955 Esfir Holdberh
16 1956 Berta Vaisberg
17 1957 Olena Malynova
18 1958 Nina Rusinkevich
19 1959 Berta Vaisberg
20 1960 Olena Malynova
21 1961 Olga Andreieva
22 1962 Olena Malynova
23 1963 Lyubov Idelchyk
24 1964 Raisa Vapnychna
25 1965 Olga Andreieva
26 1966 Olga Andreieva
27 1967 Marta Shul
28 1968 Nina Rusinkevich
29 1969 Lyubov Idelchyk
30 1970 Tatiana Morozova
31 1971 Lidia Semenova
32 1972 Olga Andreieva
33 1973 Olena Yelina
34 1974 Lydia Mulenko
35 1975 Lyubov Shcherbyna
36 1976 Lydia Mulenko
37 1977 Marta Litinskaya
38 1978 Lyubov Lysenko
39 1979 Elena Titova
40 1980 Larisa Muchnik
41 1981 Odessa Natalia Gasiunas
42 1982 Lvov Irina Chelushkina
43 1983 Kiev Viktoria Artamonova
44 1984 Sevastopol Natalia Ruchieva
45 1985 Nikolaev Larisa Muchnik
46 1986 Lvov Zoya Lelchuk
47 1987 Lvov Irina Chelushkina
48 1988 Kiev Elena Sedina
49 1989 Lugansk Maria Nepeina
50 1990 Kiev Elena Sedina
51 1991 Lugansk Maria Nepeina
52 1992 Lugansk Maria Nepeina
53 1993 Kharkiv Maria Dekusar
54 1994 Lugansk Natalia Kiseleva
55 1995 Lvov Marta Litinskaya
56 1996 Chernihiv Tatiana Melamed
57 1997 Kiev Lidia Semenova
58 1998 Kalush Galina Shliakhtich
59 1999 Kharkiv Nadezhda Jadvizhena
60 2000 Nikolaev Katerina Rohonyan
61 2001 Kramatorsk Anna Zatonskih
62 2002 Alushta Tatjana Vasilevich
63 2003 Nikolaev Anna Muzychuk
64 2004 Alushta Olga Alexandrova
65 2005 Kharkiv Anna Ushenina
66 2006 Odessa Oksana Vozovic
67 2007 Poltava Tatjana Vasilevich
68 2008 Nikolaev Inna Gaponenko
69 2009 Evpatoria Evgeniya Doluhanova
70 2010 Poltava Tatjana Vasilevich
71 2011 Poltava Kateryna Dolzhykova
72 2012 Kharkiv Mariya Muzychuk
73 2013 Kiev Mariya Muzychuk
74 2014 Lviv Anna Muzychuk
75 2015 Lviv Anastasiya Rakhmangulova

Crosstables[edit]

UKR-ch 72nd Kharkiv 2012
Player Rating 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 Points TB Perf. +/-
1  Mariya Muzychuk (Ukraine) 2466 * ½ ½ 1 ½ ½ 1 1 ½ 1 6.5/9 26.25 2533 +8
2  Kateryna Lahno (Ukraine) 2542 ½ * ½ ½ 1 ½ 1 ½ 1 1 6.5/9 25.75 2526 -1
3  Anna Ushenina (Ukraine) 2433 ½ ½ * ½ ½ 1 1 ½ 1 1 6.5/9 25.25 2537 +13
4  Natalia Zhukova (Ukraine) 2442 0 ½ ½ * ½ 1 ½ ½ 1 1 5.5/9 2448 +1
5  Inna Gaponenko (Ukraine) 2404 ½ 0 ½ ½ * ½ ½ 1 ½ 1 5.0/9 2413 +1
6  Oksana Gritsayeva (Ukraine) 2319 ½ ½ 0 0 ½ * ½ ½ 1 ½ 4.0/9 2345 +3
7  Tatiana Kononenko (Ukraine) 2374 0 0 0 ½ ½ ½ * ½ ½ 1 3.5/9 2300 -10
8  Irina Andrenko (Ukraine) 2228 0 ½ ½ ½ 0 ½ ½ * 0 ½ 3.0/9 2273 +4
9  Anastasiya Rakhmangulova (Ukraine) 2254 ½ 0 0 0 ½ 0 ½ 1 * 0 2.5/9 2226 -4
10  Kateryna Dolzhikova (Ukraine) 2313 0 0 0 0 0 ½ 0 ½ 1 * 2.0/9 2168 -16

Average Elo: 2377 <=> Cat: 6

m = 5.40

References[edit]

  1. ^ Claudio Sericano, Campionati nazionali dell'Ukraina (1924-2004), La grande storia degli Scacchi
  2. ^ "80th Ukrainian Championship – pictorial impressions". ChessBase.com. 2011-06-23. Retrieved 24 June 2011. 
  3. ^ (Ukrainian) List of winners 1935-2011, 2012 Ukraine Women's Championship Final, Ukrainian Chess Federation