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2621 Leko, Karjakin, Georgiev win Corus Chess Tournament
2622 ECU Announcement on Euro Women`s
2623 FIDE Training Center in Slovenia for young players
2624 Montreal World Chess Tournament with the MonRoi System 15-21 January, 2005, Quebec, Canada
2625 FAJR International Chess Festival in Iran
2626 Start of International Education for Trainers
2627 Boris Gelfand wins 14th Pamplona International Tournament
2628 31st Eastern Open. December 26-29, 2004.
2629 27th Asian Junior Chess Championship 2004, Bikaner, IND, 21-30 December 2004
2630 African Junior Chess Championship 2004, Lusaka, Zambia, 28 December 2004 - 6 January 2005
2631 Americas Calendar of the chess tournaments for 2005.
2632 China wins Tigran Petrosian Memorial Internet Tournament
2633 Commonwealth Chess Championships, Men, Women, Boys and Girls, Bikaner, India, 27 February - 9 March 2005
2634 Megaranto Susanto is the winner of Singapore Masters & Bachtiar Achmad has won the Challengers International Open
2635 IM Erdogdu Mert (TUR) is the winner of 2nd Mediterranean Men and Women Chess Championship
2636 1st WORLD SCHOOL CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP, GRE, 21 April - 29 April 2005
2637 Ivanchuk Vassily (UKR) is the European Rapid Chess Champion 2004
2638 Harikrishna and Korbut are the winners of World Juniors/Girls U-20 Chess Championships
2639 GM Garry Kasparov is the winner of the 57th Russian Chess Championship - Superfinal
2640 Smirnov Pavel (RUS) wins Tigran Petrossian Memorial Open, Yerevan, Armenia, 18-27 November, 2004
 
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