I Kursk Cup

 

The first Kursk Cup was held on 13 March 2011 in the premises of the Kursk Shchepkin Cinema Theatre and gathed 74 of the strongest players from Russia, Ukraine and Belarus.  

The winner of the first Kursk Cup was Oleg Dmitrichenko from Russia.Second and third place was taken by the Yanis Galuzo (Russia) and Ivan Zakharov (Russia)..

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II Kursk Cup

The second Kursk Cup took place on 15 Jan 2012 and attracted 70 players from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Latvia.

The winner of the second Kursk Cup became Maxim Borisov from Saint-Petersburg.Second place won Oleg Dmitrichenko. Third place went to Edgars Caics from Latvia.

 

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III Kursk Cup

The third Kursk Cup took place on 12 January 2013 and has already gathered 80 players from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Latvia and Sweden.

The winner of the third Kursk Cup was Maxim Borisov.Second and third place was taken by Latvians Edgars Caics and Atis Silis.

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IV Kursk Cup

The fourth Kursk Cup took place on 11 January 2014 and has already gathered 91 players from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Latvia, Lithuania, and Kazakhstan.

The winner of the fourth Kursk Cup was Atis Silis from Latvia. Second and third place went to Alexei Zakharov (Russia) and Yanis Galuzo (Russia).

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V Kursk Cup

The fifth Kursk Cup was rated level WTHT ITHF and it was on 10 January 2015 in the premises of Kursk Sport Concert Complex, collecting 94 players from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Latvia, Lithuania, and Kazakhstan.

The winner of the fifth Kursk Cup was again Maxim Borisov. Second and third place went to Atis Silis (Latvia) and Yanis Galuzo (Russia).

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VI Kursk Cup

ITHF rated the sixth Kursk Cup  with level Super Series and it was held on 9 January 2016, having collected already collected 144 players from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Kazakhstan. On the second day (10 January) Kursk held World Club Championship.

The winner of the sixth Kursk Cup was Maxim Borisov. Second and third place went to Ivan and Alexei Zakharov (Moscow).

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VII Kursk Cup

ITHF rated the seventh Kursk Cup  with level WTHT and it was held on 7 of January 2016, having collected 70 players from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Kazakhstan. 

The winner of the seventh Kursk Cup was Maxim Borisov. Second  place went to Yanis Galuzo. Third place took Alexei Zakharov (Moscow). Forth place went to Sergey Ivanov (Kursk)

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