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USSR Championship Player Index (P-S)
Compiled by Phony Benoni
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This is the fourth of five indexes which will list all 353 participants in the 58 USSR Championships, the events in which they played, and (in parentheses) their final placing in the tournament. Other indexes can be found at: Game Collection: USSR Championship Player Index (A-E) Game Collection: USSR Championship Player Index (F-K) Game Collection: USSR Championship Player Index (L-O) Game Collection: USSR Championship Player Index (T-Z).

For further information, click the link to the player's name or consult the games collection for the tournament (a list of the collections compiled so far can be found at Game Collection: USSR Championship Tournament Index). For other questions or the inevitable corrections, please leave a note in my forum.

Alexandar G Panchenko 1991 (39-49).

Vasily Panov 1929 (qf); 1934/5 (13-14); 1937 (15); 1939 (11-12); 1940 (13-16); 1948 (16-17).

Oleg Pavlenko 1967 (27-40).

Dmitry Nikolaevich Pavlov 1920 (15).

Nikolay Pavlov-Pianov 1920 (11-12); 1927 (10-12); 1929 (qf).

Roman Pelts 1967 (58-70).

Alexander Perfiliev 1927 (14).

Andrejs Petersons 1964/5 (15-17).

Arshak B Petrosian 1985 (17-18).

Tigran V Petrosian 1949 (16); 1950 (12-13); 1951 (2-3); 1954 (4-5); 1955 (3-6); 1957 (7-8); 1958 (2); 1959 (1); 1960 (2-3); 1961a (1); 1969 (1-2); 1973 (2-6); 1975 (1); 1976 (3-4); 1977 (3-4); 1983 (6-9).

Vladimir Petrov 1940 (10).

Igor Platonov 1967 (3-5); 1968 (18); 1969 (7-9); 1970 (20); 1971 (12-13).

Mikhail Podgaets 1968/9 (6-10); 1970 (8-9).

Iosif Pogrebissky 1939 (15-16).

Abram Polyak 1929 (qf).

Arkady Danilovich Polikarpov 1967 (89-101).

Lev Polugaevsky 1956 (5-7); 1958 (5-6); 1959 (6); 1960 (5); 1961a (7-8); 1961b (2); 1963 (7-8); 1965 (2); 1966/7 (8-9); 1967 (1-2); 1968 (1-2); 1969 (1-2); 1971 (7-8); 1973 (2-6); 1974 (3-4); 1975 (6-8); 1976 (3-4); 1977 (3-4); 1978 (3); 1983 (3-4).

Nikolay Popov 1967 (58-70).

Oleg Privorotsky 1967 (41-57).

Lev Psakhis 1980/1 (1-2); 1981 (1-2); 1983 (6-9); 1984 (12-13); 1985 (7-8); 1987 (8-11).

Abram Rabinovich 1920 (5-7); 1924 (12); 1925 (9-10).

Ilya Rabinovich 1920 (4); 1923 (7-8); 1924 (5); 1925 (3); 1927 (10-12); 1933 (3-5); 1934/5 (1-2); 1937 (10-12); 1939 (11-12).

Viacheslav Ragozin 1929 (qf); 1934/5 (5-8); 1937 (2-3); 1939 (8-10); 1940 (11-12); 1944 (11-14); 1945 (7-9); 1947 (9); 1948 (13-15); 1949 (17); 1954 (17-18); 1956 (13).

Nukhim N Rashkovsky 1972 (17-20); 1973 (13-14); 1976 (14-15); 1979 (10-13); 1980/1 (11-12); 1986 (8); 1987 (13-15); 1991 (23-38).

Boris Y Ratner 1945 (16).

Vsevolod Rauzer 1927 (18-19); 1929 (sf); 1931 (8-9); 1933 (6); 1934/5 (17); 1937 (8).

Grigory Ravinsky 1929 (qf); 1944 (17).

Yuri Razuvaev 1972 (12); 1978 (14-16); 1979 (10-13); 1980/1 (16-17); 1983 (10-13); 1985 (14-16)/

N Razvaliaev 1967 (89-101).

Nikolai Riumin 1929 (qf); 1931 (2); 1933 (10-11); 1934/5 (3-4).

Yakov Rokhlin 1927 (15-17); 1929 (sf).

Oleg M Romanishin 1974 (5-7); 1975 (2-5); 1976 (8-10); 1977 (8-9); 1978 (5-8); 1979 (10-13); 1980/1 (3-5); 1981 (3); 1983 (6-9).

Peter Romanovsky 1920 (2); 1923 (1); 1924 (2); 1925 (6-8); 1927 (1-2); 1933 (10-11); 1939 (18); 1945 (15).

Solomon Rozental 1924 (15); 1929 (qf).

Eduardas Rozentalis 1990 (7-9).

Vadim Ruban 1991 (5-9).

Sergei Rublevsky 1991 (3-4).

Iosif Rudakovsky 1940 (20); 1945 (7-9).

Nikolay Nikolaevich Rudnev 1929 (qf).

bad player ID 1967 (71-88).

Konstantin Sakaev 1991 (50-56).

Yuri Sakharov 1960 (18-20); 1964/5 (15-17); 1965 (7); 1967 (6-7); 1968/9 (14).

Igor Sakovich 1967 (71-88).

Valery Salov 1984 (14-16); 1987 (1-2); 1988 (3-4).

Leonid Savitsky 1933 (14); 1934/5 (15-16).

Vladimir Savon 1961b (17-18); 1962 (20); 1966/7 (10-12); 1967 (18-26); 1969 (10-11); 1970 (5-7); 1971 (1); 1972 (3-5); 1973 (9-12); 1974 (12); 1991 (57-62).

V. Sazonov: 1967 (102-113).

V. Seleznev: 1967 (89-101).

Alexey Selezniev 1924 (6-8); 1925 (14); 1927 (15-17); 1929 (qf).

Robert Seoev 1967 (102-113).

Alexander Sergeevich Sergeev 1924 (16-17); 1925 (9-10); 1927 (13).

Grigory Serper 1991 (23-38).

Alexander Shabalov 1991 (23-38).

Alexander Shamis-Pavlov 1967 (71-88).

Leonid Shamkovich 1954 (17-18); 1960 (16-17); 1961b (12); 1964/5 (5-6); 1971 (15-16); 1972 (13-16).

Ruslan Shcherbakov 1991 (50-56).

Vitaly Shcherbakov 1955 (20).

Mikhail Shereshevsky 1967 (71-88).

Yuri Shilov 1967 (27-40).

Alexey Shirov 1991 (10-14).

Vladislav Shiyanovsky 1961b (14-16); 1962 (12-15).

Anatoly Shmit 1967 (58-70).

Aleksandr Shneider 1990 (10-11); 1991 (50-56).

Vladislav Silich 1929 (sf).

Vladimir Simagin 1951 (14); 1952 (14-15); 1955 (18); 1956 (14-15); 1960 (11); 1961a (9-10); 1965 (10-12); 1967 (did not finish)/

Alexandr Sinyavsky 1967 (18-26).

Iosif Slepoy 1967 (58-70).

Solomon Slonim 1929 (qf).

L. Slutsky: 1967 (58-70).

Sergey Smagin 1985 (4-6); 1986 (16-18).

A. Smetanin: 1967 (102-113).

Ilia Smirin 1988 (15-16); 1989 (15-16); 1990 (13-14).

Andrey Alexandrovich Smorodsky 1924 (18); 1927 (20).

Vasily Smyslov 1940 (3); 1944 (2); 1945 (10-11); 1947 (3-4); 1949 (1-2); 1950 (5-6); 1951 (4); 1952 (7-9); 1955 (1-2); 1960 (7-8); 1961a (5-6); 1961b (8-11); 1966/7 (10-12); 1969 (3-5); 1971 (2-3); 1973 (15-16); 1976 (6-7); 1977 (12-14); 1988 (9-13).

Andrei Sokolov 1984 (1); 1985 (4-6); 1988 (9-13); 1989 (10-12).

Alexey Sokolsky 1944 (8-10); 1949 (12); 1950 (17-18); 1954 (20).

B. Sorokin: 1967 (71-88).

Maxim Sorokin 1991 (23-38).

Nikolay Sorokin 1929 (qf); 1931 (13); 1933 (15).

Valentin Sorokin 1967 (121-124).

Gennadi Sosonko 1967 (27-40).

Veniamin Sozin 1924 (9); 1925 (17); 1929 (qf); 1931 (16).

Boris Spassky 1955 (3-6); 1956 (1-3); 1957 (4-5); 1958 (5-6); 1959 (2-3); 1960 (9-10); 1961a (5-6); 1961b (1); 1962 (5); 1963 (1-3);; 1973 (1).

Leonid Stein 1961a (3-4); 1962 (6); 1963 (1-3); 1964/5 (4); 1965 (1); 1966/7 (1); 1969 (6); 1970 (3); 1971 (5-6).

Mikhail Steinberg 1967 (8-17).

Mark Stolberg 1940 (13-16).

Efim Stoliar 1957 (17).

Alexey Suetin 1950 (15-16); 1952 (10-11); 1954 (7-9); 1958 (14); 1960 (18-20); 1962 (12-15); 1963 (4-6); 1964/5 (13-14); 1965 (4-5); 1966/7 (17).

Evgeny Sveshnikov 1967 (41-57); 1973 (17-18); 1976 (8-10); 1977 (10-11); 1978 (5-8); 1979 (16); 1981 (10-13); 1985 (9-13); 1991 (23-38).

Petrosian vs N Rashkovsky, 1976 
(A77) Benoni, Classical, 9...Re8, 10.Nd2, 31 moves, 1-0

Romanishin vs Sveshnikov, 1981
(D31) Queen's Gambit Declined, 33 moves, 1-0

Petrov vs M Stolberg, 1940 
(E60) King's Indian Defense, 33 moves, 1-0

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