The Russian Individual Chess Championship for girls was held from 21-30th April, 2015, in Loo, Russia.
The event was a 10-player round-robin tournament and WIM Alina Bivolemerged a clear winner with 7/9 points, leaving the nearest followers full points behind.
Bivol qualified for the 2015 World Girls Championship and 2015 Russian Women’s High League.
WFM Alexandra Makarenko and WIM Maria Severina tied for the second with 6 points each but Makarenko prevailed on a superior tie-break score and took the bronze.
You can see the full standings and replay the games below.
1 WIM Alina Bivol 2350 7
2 WFM Alexandra Makarenko 2197 6
3 WIM Maria Severina 2212 6
4 WIM Dinara Dordzhieva 2242 5
5 WIM Lidia Tomashevskaya 2232 4½
6 WFM Ekaterina Smirnova 2212 4½
7 WFM Polina Shovalova 2212 4
8 WFM Anastasia Bykova 2242 3½
9 Polina Rodionova 2116 2½
10 WFM Alsu Khusnutdinova 2129 2
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