Rublevsky, Sergei

Sergei Rublevsky is a Russian chess grandmaster (1994). He has won four team gold medals and one individual bronze medal at Chess Olympiads. He won the prestigious Aeroflot Open in 2004, and became the 58th Russian chess champion after winning the Russian Superfinal in Moscow, one point clear from Dmitry Jakovenko and Alexander Morozevich.

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Fressinet,L - Rublevsky, Sergei
37th Olympiad, Turin ITA
2006.05.30
Rublevsky, Sergei - Natacheev, Peter
TCh-RUS Premier 2018, Sochi RUS
2018.05.09
Rublevsky, Sergei - Volokitin,And
XIII TCh-RUS, Sochi RUS
2006.04.28
Morozevich, Alexander - Rublevsky, Sergei
IV World Blitz, Almaty KAZ
2008.11.08
Rublevsky, Sergei - Esipenko,Andrey
Nutcracker Classical 2017, Moscow RUS
2017.12.21
Rublevsky, Sergei - Svidler, Peter
ch-RUS Superfinal, Moscow RUS
2006.12.14
Rublevsky, Sergei - Onischuk,Al
6th Karpov, Poikovsky RUS
2005.02.26
Rublevsky, Sergei - Papin,V
17th TCh-RUS Premier, Dagomys RUS
2010.04.01
Ivanchuk, Vassily - Rublevsky, Sergei
RUS vs. ROW, Moscow RUS
2002.09.09