||Evgeniy Solozhenkin (Евгений Соложенкин)
|| July 31, 1966
Saint Petersburg, USSR
Evgeniy Solozhenkin (born July 31, 1966 in Saint Petersburg) is a Russian chess Grandmaster.
- 1986 : wins, at age 20, the 59th Leningrad championship
- 1993 : wins the colossal Cappelle-la-Grande Open in France (416 players), above 19 GMs and 61 IMs
- 1998 : wins for the second time the championship of his hometown (now called Saint Petersburg); wins the "Heart of Finland" tournament in Jyväskylä
- 1999 : wins the 41st Reggio Emilia chess tournament; 5th at the Paris championship (won by Ashot Anastasian, 225 players)
- 2000 : 3rd at the Padova open, after Gennadi Timoshenko and Erald Dervishi.
For ChessBase he published the CD "Opposite-Coloured Bishop Endgames".