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World DipCon XIV 2004
ManorCon 22
Date July 16-18, 2004 Place Birmingham
Tournament Director David NORMAN Scoring System Manorcon
Number of players 113 Number of rounds3 Number of boards37
General classification Awards' ranking Best countries award Classification by Team
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European Grand Prix 2004
Most Austro-Hungarian player (who is not actually Austro-Hungarian): Doug Massie, James Pinnion, Roelef van der Laan
For playing two countries on two boards at the same time

Each was playing on two adjacent boards. So Doug was on 14 and 15, James on 12 and 13, and Roelef on 8 and 9.


Classification by Team
97 Nations Away77.34 pts

List of best countries
RankCountryRound / BoardSCsScore
1RussiaR1 B615c.51.9

Round 1 Board 6
CountryFirstName LastNameSCsScore
AustriaVincent CARRY5 c.10.52
EnglandMog FIRTH0 c.0.4
FranceGraham WOODRING8 c.19.31
GermanyToby HARRIS3 c.6.38
ItalyAndré ILIEVICS3 c.6.38
RussiaYann CLOUET15 c.51.9
TurkeyGarry HOOD0 c.0.3
Round 2 Board 12
CountryFirstName LastNameSCsScore
AustriaNeil DUNCAN9 c.26.39
EnglandTony DICKINSON0 c.0.6
FranceYann CLOUET9 c.26.39
GermanySimen Fure JORGENSEN7 c.18.45
ItalyMillis MILLER6 c.15.08
RussiaOscar DIJKHOFF0 c.1.1
TurkeyJames PINNION3 c.7.34
Round 3 Board 5
CountryFirstName LastNameSCsScore
AustriaAndy FARNSWORTH0 c.0.6
EnglandChetan RADIA12 c.35.37
FranceGihan BANDARANAIKE4 c.8.16
GermanyAshish SHAH0 c.0.9
ItalyPaul CRIDLAND0 c.0.8
RussiaRick DESPER6 c.12.93
TurkeyYann CLOUET12 c.35.37

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