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.

Contents

By year

#YearCityWinner [1]
11924 Kiev Yakiv Vilner (1)
21925 Kharkiv Yakiv Vilner (2)
31926 Odessa Borys Verlinsky (1) & Mykhailo Marski (1)
41927 Poltava (Olexiy Selezniov), Vsevolod Rauzer (1)
51928 Odessa Yakiv Vilner (3) & Volodymyr Kirillov (1)
61931 Kharkiv Abram Zamikhovsky (1)
71933 Kharkiv Vsevolod Rauzer (2) & Volodymyr Kirillov (2)
81936 Kiev Yosyp Pohrebyssky (1) & Petro Shumilin (1)
91937 Kiev Fedir Bohatyrchuk (1)
101938 Kiev Isaac Boleslavsky (1)
111939 Dnipropetrovsk Isaac Boleslavsky (2)
121940 Kiev Isaac Boleslavsky (3)
131944 Kiev Borys Goldenov (1)
141945 Kiev Anatoly Bannik (1)
151946 Kiev Anatoly Bannik (2)
161947 Kiev Alexey Sokolsky (1)
171948 Kiev Alexey Sokolsky (2)
181949 Odessa Isaac Lipnitsky (1)
191950 Kiev Yukhym Heller (1)
201951 Kiev Anatoly Bannik (3)
211952 Kiev Vladlen Zurakhov (1)
221953 Kiev Yakiv Yukhtman (1)
231954 Kiev Abram Khavin (1)
241955 Kiev Anatoly Bannik (4)
251956 Kiev Isaac Lipnitsky (2)
261957 Kiev (Salo Flohr) (1), Yukhym Heller (2)
271958 Kiev Yukhym Heller (3)
281959 Kiev Yukhym Heller (4)
291960 Kiev Leonid Stein (1)
301961 Kiev Yuri Kots (1)
311962 Kiev Leonid Stein (2)
321963 Kiev Yuri Nikolayevsky (1)
331964 Kiev Anatoly Bannik (5)
341965 Dnipropetrovsk R. Goldstein (1)
351966 Kiev Yuri Sakharov (1)
361967 Kiev Valery Zhydkov (1) & Yuri Nikolayevsky (2)
371968 Kiev Yuri Sakharov (2)
381969 Ivano-Frankivsk Hennady Kuzmin (1) & Volodymyr Savon (1)
391970 Kiev Volodymyr Tukmakov (1)
401971 Donetsk Yuri Kots (2)
411972 Odessa Lev Alburt (1)
421973 Dnipropetrovsk Lev Alburt (2)
431974 Lviv Lev Alburt (3)
441975 Dnipropetrovsk Oleksandr Vaisman (1)
451976 Donetsk Mykhailo Pidhayets (1)
461977 Zhytomyr Yuri Nikolayevsky (3)
471978 Yalta Kostiantyn Lerner (1)
481979 Dnipropetrovsk Volodymyr Okhotnyk (1)
491980 Kharkiv Volodymyr Malaniuk (1)
501981 Yalta Volodymyr Malaniuk (2)
511982 Yalta Kostiantyn Lerner (2)
521983 Melitopol Dmytro Komarov (1) & Valery Neverov (1)
531984 Kiev Mykhailo Hurevych (1)
541985 Uzhhorod Valery Neverov (2)
551986 Lviv Volodymyr Malaniuk (3)
561987 Mykolaiv Viktor Moskalenko (1)
571988 Kharkiv & Lviv Valery Neverov (3)
581989 Kherson Ihor Novikov (1) & Hennady Kuzmin (2)
591990 Simferopol Mykhailo Brodsky (1)
601991 Simferopol Vitali Golod (1)
611992 Simferopol Vladyslav Borovikov (1)
621993 Donetsk Orest Grytsak (1)
631994 Alushta Yuri Kruppa (1)
641995 ? Serhiy Kryvosheya (1)
651996 Yalta Mykhailo Holubiev (1) & Valery Neverov (4)
661997 Alushta Volodymyr Baklan (1)
671998 Alushta Lubomyr Mykhailets (1), Volodymyr Baklan (2), Oleh Berezin (1)
681999 Alushta Hennady Kuzmin (3), Alexei Bezgodov (1), Stanislav Savchenko (1),
Oleksandr Moiseyenko (1), Andriy Rakhmangulov (1)
692000 Sevastopol Volodymyr Rohovski (1)
702001 Ordzhonikidze Oleksandr Berelovych (1)
712002 Alushta Anton Korobov (1)
722003 Simferopol Yevhen Miroshnychenko (1)
732004 Kharkiv Andriy Volokitin (1)
742005 Rivne Oleksandr Areschenko (1)
752006 Poltava Zakhar Yefymenko (1)
762007 Kharkiv Valeriy Aveskulov (1)
772008 Poltava Yevhen Miroshnychenko (2)
782009 Alushta Volodymyr Jakymov (1)
792010 Alushta Sergey Pavlov (1)
802011 Kiev Ruslan Ponomariov [2] (1)
812012 Kiev Anton Korobov (2)
822013 Kiev Yuriy Kryvoruchko (1)
832014 Lviv Yuriy Kuzubov (1)
842015 Lviv Andriy Volokitin (2)
852016 Rivne Mikhailo Oleksienko (1)
862017 Zhytomyr Petro Golubka (1)
872018 Kiev Anton Korobov (3)
882019 Lutsk Evgeny Shtembuliak (1)

Most championships

#NameTitlesYearsStatus
1 Anatoly Bannik 51945, 1946, 1951, 1955, 19641921-2013
2 Yukhym Heller 41950, 1957, 1958, 19591925–1998
3 Valery Neverov 41983, 1985, 1988, 19961962-present
4 Anton Korobov 42002, 2012, 2018, 20201985–present
5 Yakiv Vilner 31924, 1925, 19281899–1931
6 Isaac Boleslavsky 31938, 1939, 19401919–1977
7 Lev Alburt 31972, 1973, 19741945–present
8 Yuri Nikolayevsky 31963, 1967, 19771937–present
9 Volodymyr Malaniuk 31980, 1981, 19861957–present
10 Hennady Kuzmin 31969, 1989, 19991946–present

Women

#YearCityWinner [3]
11935Berta Vaisberg, Roza Kliherman
21936Zinaida Artemieva, Berta Vaisberg, Roza Kliherman
31937 Tamara Dobrovolska
41938Zinaida Artemieva, Berta Vaisberg, Sofiya Sokolyk
51939 Sara Slobodyanyk
61946 Berta Vaisberg
71947Lyubov Kohan
81948Lyubov Kohan
91949Korsunska
101950Berta Vaisberg, A. Rubinchyk
111951 Lyubov Kohan
121952 Lyubov Kohan
131953 Lyubov Kohan
141954 Lyubov Kohan
151955 Esfir Holdberh
161956 Berta Vaisberg
171957 Olena Malynova
181958 Nina Rusinkevich
191959 Berta Vaisberg
201960 Olena Malynova
211961 Olga Andreieva
221962 Olena Malynova
231963 Lyubov Idelchyk
241964 Raisa Vapnychna
251965 Olga Andreieva
261966 Olga Andreieva
271967 Marta Shul
281968 Nina Rusinkevich
291969 Lyubov Idelchyk
301970 Tatiana Morozova
311971 Lidia Semenova
321972 Olga Andreieva
331973 Olena Yelina
341974 Lydia Mulenko
351975 Lyubov Shcherbyna
361976 Lydia Mulenko
371977 Marta Litinskaya
381978 Lyubov Lysenko
391979 Elena Titova
401980 Larisa Muchnik
411981 Odessa Natalia Gasiunas
421982 Lvov Irina Chelushkina
431983 Kiev Viktoria Artamonova
441984 Sevastopol Natalia Ruchieva
451985 Mykolaiv Larisa Muchnik
461986 Lvov Zoya Lelchuk
471987 Lvov Irina Chelushkina
481988 Kiev Elena Sedina
491989 Lugansk Maria Nepeina
501990 Kiev Elena Sedina
511991 Lugansk Maria Nepeina
521992 Lugansk Maria Nepeina
531993 Kharkiv Maria Dekusar
541994 Lugansk Natalia Kiseleva
551995 Lvov Marta Litinskaya
561996 Chernihiv Tatiana Melamed
571997 Kiev Lidia Semenova
581998 Kalush Galina Shliakhtich
591999 Kharkiv Nadezhda Jadvizhena
602000 Nikolaev Katerina Rohonyan
612001 Kramatorsk Anna Zatonskih
622002 Alushta Tatjana Vasilevich
632003 Nikolaev Anna Muzychuk
642004 Alushta Olga Alexandrova
652005 Kharkiv Anna Ushenina
662006 Odessa Oksana Vozovic
672007 Poltava Tatjana Vasilevich
682008 Nikolaev Inna Gaponenko
692009 Evpatoria Evgeniya Doluhanova
702010 Poltava Tatjana Vasilevich
712011 Poltava Kateryna Dolzhykova
722012 Kharkiv Mariya Muzychuk
732013 Kiev Mariya Muzychuk
742014 Lviv Anna Muzychuk
752015 Lviv Anastasiya Rakhmangulova
762016 Rivne Elizaveta Malakhova
772017 Zhytomyr Iulija Osmak
782018 Kiev Nataliya Buksa
792019 Lutsk Natalia Zhukova

Crosstables

UKR-ch 72nd Kharkiv 2012
PlayerRating1234567890PointsTBPerf.+/-
1Flag of Ukraine.svg  Mariya Muzychuk  (Ukraine)2466*½½1½½11½16.5/926.252533+8
2Flag of Ukraine.svg  Kateryna Lahno  (Ukraine)2542½*½½1½1½116.5/925.752526-1
3Flag of Ukraine.svg  Anna Ushenina  (Ukraine)2433½½*½½11½116.5/925.252537+13
4Flag of Ukraine.svg  Natalia Zhukova  (Ukraine)24420½½*½1½½115.5/92448+1
5Flag of Ukraine.svg  Inna Gaponenko  (Ukraine)2404½0½½*½½1½15.0/92413+1
6Flag of Ukraine.svg  Oksana Gritsayeva  (Ukraine)2319½½00½*½½1½4.0/92345+3
7Flag of Ukraine.svg  Tatiana Kononenko  (Ukraine)2374000½½½*½½13.5/92300-10
8Flag of Ukraine.svg  Irina Andrenko  (Ukraine)22280½½½0½½*0½3.0/92273+4
9Flag of Ukraine.svg  Anastasiya Rakhmangulova  (Ukraine)2254½000½0½1*02.5/92226-4
10Flag of Ukraine.svg  Kateryna Dolzhykova  (Ukraine)231300000½0½1*2.0/92168-16

Average Elo: 2377 <=> Cat: 6

m = 5.40

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