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3581 Start of International Education for Trainers
3582 Boris Gelfand wins 14th Pamplona International Tournament
3583 31st Eastern Open. December 26-29, 2004.
3584 27th Asian Junior Chess Championship 2004, Bikaner, IND, 21-30 December 2004
3585 African Junior Chess Championship 2004, Lusaka, Zambia, 28 December 2004 - 6 January 2005
3586 Americas Calendar of the chess tournaments for 2005.
3587 China wins Tigran Petrosian Memorial Internet Tournament
3588 Commonwealth Chess Championships, Men, Women, Boys and Girls, Bikaner, India, 27 February - 9 March 2005
3589 Megaranto Susanto is the winner of Singapore Masters & Bachtiar Achmad has won the Challengers International Open
3590 IM Erdogdu Mert (TUR) is the winner of 2nd Mediterranean Men and Women Chess Championship
3591 1st WORLD SCHOOL CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP, GRE, 21 April - 29 April 2005
3592 Ivanchuk Vassily (UKR) is the European Rapid Chess Champion 2004
3593 Harikrishna and Korbut are the winners of World Juniors/Girls U-20 Chess Championships
3594 GM Garry Kasparov is the winner of the 57th Russian Chess Championship - Superfinal
3595 Smirnov Pavel (RUS) wins Tigran Petrossian Memorial Open, Yerevan, Armenia, 18-27 November, 2004
3596 World Youth Championships 2005 in Belfort, dates have been changed
3597 World Youth Chess Championship 2004, Heraklio, GRE. Categories for Boys and Girls under 10. 12, 14, 16, 18
3598 Olympiad Gold for Ukraine, Chinese Women
3599 African Junior Chess Championships 2004 in Lusaka, Zambia
3600 First International Chess in Schools Congress
 
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