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2601 African Junior Chess Championship 2004, Lusaka, Zambia, 28 December 2004 - 6 January 2005
2602 Americas Calendar of the chess tournaments for 2005.
2603 China wins Tigran Petrosian Memorial Internet Tournament
2604 Commonwealth Chess Championships, Men, Women, Boys and Girls, Bikaner, India, 27 February - 9 March 2005
2605 Megaranto Susanto is the winner of Singapore Masters & Bachtiar Achmad has won the Challengers International Open
2606 IM Erdogdu Mert (TUR) is the winner of 2nd Mediterranean Men and Women Chess Championship
2607 1st WORLD SCHOOL CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP, GRE, 21 April - 29 April 2005
2608 Ivanchuk Vassily (UKR) is the European Rapid Chess Champion 2004
2609 Harikrishna and Korbut are the winners of World Juniors/Girls U-20 Chess Championships
2610 GM Garry Kasparov is the winner of the 57th Russian Chess Championship - Superfinal
2611 Smirnov Pavel (RUS) wins Tigran Petrossian Memorial Open, Yerevan, Armenia, 18-27 November, 2004
2612 World Youth Championships 2005 in Belfort, dates have been changed
2613 World Youth Chess Championship 2004, Heraklio, GRE. Categories for Boys and Girls under 10. 12, 14, 16, 18
2614 Olympiad Gold for Ukraine, Chinese Women
2615 African Junior Chess Championships 2004 in Lusaka, Zambia
2616 First International Chess in Schools Congress
2617 Calvia Olympiad Opens with 129 men`s teams and 87 women`s teams
2618 European Club Cup 2004
2619 Info on Olympiad 2008 bids
2620 Open Liberec 2004
 
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