Oscar 2004. Viswanathan Anand is the winner of Oscar 2004 Print
Thursday, 14 April 2005 00:00
The Russian Chess Observer "64" (the editor-in-chief - Alexander Roshal) defined the owner of "Oscar" - the international award which is handed over to the best chess player of the last year for the 10th time. 445 chess experts from 75 countries of the world have taken part in the anniversary voting (including 74 grandmasters). They have named the top ten strongest, in their opinion, chess players of 2004. The 1st place in the list was estimated by 13 points, 2nd - 11, 3rd - 9, 4th - 7, 5th – 6, …, 10th - 1 point.
Viswanathan Anand of India is the Oscar Winner 2004.
Click here to see the results of the voting.

The Russian Chess Observer "64" (the editor-in-chief - Alexander Roshal) defined the owner of "Oscar" - the international award which is handed over to the best chess player of the last year for the 10th time. 445 chess experts from 75 countries of the world have taken part in the anniversary voting (including 74 grandmasters). They have named the top ten strongest, in their opinion, chess players of 2004. The 1st place in the list was estimated by 13 points, 2nd - 11, 3rd - 9, 4th - 7, 5th – 6, …, 10th - 1 point.

Viswanathan Anand of India is the Oscar Winner 2004.

Click here to see the results of the voting.

 
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