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alexmagnus
Member since Dec-06-04 · Last seen Dec-11-16
Hobby player (rated 1634).

If you feel misunderstood, feel free to say it.

My favourite players are: Magnus Carlsen, Kateryna Lahno and Hanna-Marie Klek!

The domination list, based on the peak rating distance to the #10 player (official lists only, distance 50+ needed to "qualify"):

Kasparov 175 Jan 90
Fischer 160 Jul 72
Karpov 130 Jan 89
Carlsen 123 Mar 14
Kramnik 110 Jan 98
Tal 105 Jan 80
Ivanchuk 105 Jul 91
Anand 105 Jul 98
Korchnoi 95 Jan 80
Topalov 84 Jul 06
Caruana 80 Oct 14
Aronian 72 Mar 14
Spassky 70 Jan 71
Shirov 65 Jul 94
Gelfand 60 Jan 91
Kamsky 60 Jan 96 Jul 96
Morozevich 57 Jul 99
Portisch 55 Jan 80
Jussupow 55 Jul 86
Timman 55 Jan 90
Adams 52 Oct 00
Bareev 50 Jul 91
Vachier-Lagrave 50 Aug 16

#1 record distances to #2 (no qualification hurdle):

Fischer 125 (1972)
Kasparov 82 (January 2000)
Carlsen 74 (October 2013)
Karpov 65 (January 1982)
Topalov 34 (July 2006, October 2006)
Anand 23 (July 2007)

Earliest Interzonal with living players: Stockholm Interzonal (1952) (Averbakh, Matanovic)

Earliest Candidates with living players: Zurich Candidates (1953) (Averbakh)

Earliest WC match with living players: Petrosian - Spassky World Championship Match (1966) (Spassky)

Earliest WC match with living winner: Petrosian - Spassky World Championship Rematch (1969) (Spassky)

Earliest WC match with both players living: Karpov - Kasparov World Championship Match (1984)

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   alexmagnus has kibitzed 9824 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-10-16 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
alexmagnus: <Or are you talking about a whole nother level of difficulty?> As long as you don't end up having to solve unfavorable semicircle (if there is any solution to this mystery at all), I'm OK with any level :D
 
   Dec-09-16 Carlsen - Karjakin World Championship (2016) (replies)
 
alexmagnus: Both the way, not Borg the way. DYAC
 
   Dec-03-16 alexmagnus chessforum
 
alexmagnus: December European Union: 1. Vachier-Lagrave 2804 2. Giri 2771 3. Topalov 2760 4. Wojtaszek 2749 5. Adams 2748 6. Navara 2725 7. Rapport 2717 8. Vallejo 2711 9. Almasi 2703 10. Van Wely 2696 Former Soviet Union: 1. Kramnik 2809 2-3. Karjakin 2785 2-3. ...
 
   Dec-01-16 Carlsen vs Karjakin, 2016 (replies)
 
alexmagnus: The queen sac is one of those moves that are extremely easy to see when presented as a puzzle but easily would got missed in an actual game.
 
   Nov-30-16 Carlsen vs Karjakin, 2016 (replies)
 
alexmagnus: Who said rapids are bad?
 
   Nov-28-16 Mark Taimanov (replies)
 
alexmagnus: Indeed, while the three oldest grandmasters now are Averbakh, Benko and Bisguier, the three oldest Candidates are Averbakh, Benko and Ivkov.
 
   Nov-28-16 Ivan Bukavshin
 
alexmagnus: No-Spa poisoning?! I never knew it can be deadly (logically, any medicine kills if you take too much of it, but No-Spa has a reputation of one of the harmless medicines at all, Russians take it often against headaches even when the pain is minimal).
 
   Nov-19-16 FIDE Women's Grand Prix Khanty-Mansiysk (2016) (replies)
 
alexmagnus: But Skripchenko-Kosteniuk <is> a draw before move 30!
 
   Nov-18-16 Karjakin vs Carlsen, 2016 (replies)
 
alexmagnus: <John> statistic show that matches where the first decisive game is played early tend to have a higher draw rate that those with a late first decisive game. Such a paradox. As for those who say champ should retain the title in case if a draw - why should Carlsrn beating ...
 
   Nov-17-16 Carlsen vs Karjakin, 2016 (replies)
 
alexmagnus: <GiuocoPianoMan> If I didn't miss anything, you are right: looks like the lat Giuoco Piano in a world championship match was this game: Karpov vs Korchnoi, 1981
 
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Dec-28-15
Premium Chessgames Member
  alexmagnus: Italian:

1. Game of Thrones
2. Grey's Anatomy
3. The Walking Dead (TV series)
4. Italy
5. Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant
6. Calendar of saints
7. The Vampire Diaries
8. Star Wars
9. Arrow (TV series)
10. The Flash (2014 TV series)

Turkish:

1. <2015 Turkey general election polls> 2. Turkey
3. Istanbul
4. Suleiman the Magnificent
5. Ottoman Empire
6. Mustafa Kemal Atatürk
7. Recep Tayyip Erdoğan
8. Kösem Sultan
9. List of sultans of the Ottoman Empire
10. Facebook

Vietnamese:

1. List of Running Man episodes
2. YouTube
3. Vietnam
4. Ho Chi Minh
5. Wu Zetian
6. Gmail
7. Facebook
8. Hanoi
9. List of universities in Ho Chi Minh City
10. Ho Chi Minh City

Dutch:

1. Amsterdam
2. Netherlands
3. The Hague
4. Paper size
5. Deaths in 2015
6. Belgium
7. Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant
8. World War I
9. World War II
10. United States

Persian:

1. Wikipedia
2. Iran
3. Alexis Texas
4. Qasem Soleimani
5. Sexual intercourse
6. <(Christian) Months> 7. Persian Wikipedia
8. Tehran
9. Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant
10. English language

Dec-29-15
Premium Chessgames Member
  OhioChessFan: <What was it? And how can I learn from such a high of form? How can I "materialize" that feeling of new understanding?>

Ask that somewhere else, like Kibitzer's Cafe. I'm curious what kind of responses there will be.

Dec-31-15
Premium Chessgames Member
  alexmagnus: Supranational top-10s for January:

European Union:

1. Giri 2798
2. Vachier-Lagrave 2785
3. Topalov 2780
4. Adams 2744
5. Navara 2730
6. Wojtaszek 2727
7. Rapport 2721
8. Leko 2705
9. Fressinet 2700
10. Bacrot 2697

Former Soviet Union:

1. Kramnik 2801
2. Aronian 2792
3. Karjakin 2769
4. Eljanov 2760
5. Grischuk 2752
6. Svidler 2751
7. Mamedyarov 2747
8-9. Jakovenko 2732
8-9. Andreikin 2732
10. Tomashevsky 2728

Former British Empire:

1-2. Caruana 2787
1-2. Nakamura 2787
3. Anand 2784
4. So 2773
5. Harikrishna 2755
6. Adams 2744
7. Gelfand 2735
8-9. Howell 2685
8-9. Rodshtein 2685
10. Short 2684

Asia:

1. Anand 2784
2. Ding 2766
3. Harikrishna 2755
4. Li 2751
5. Yu 2747
6. Gelfand 2735
7. Bu 2724
8-9. Wang Yue 2718
8-9. Le 2718
10. Wei 2706

Jan-31-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  alexmagnus: The rating list didn't change much in February, still, here is the new list:

European Union:

1. Giri 2798
2. Vachier-Lagrave 2785
3. Topalov 2780
4. Adams 2744
5. Navara 2734
6. Wojtaszek 2727
7. Rapport 2721
8. Leko 2705
9. Fressinet 2700
10. Bacrot 2697

Former Soviet Union:

1. Kramnik 2801
2. Aronian 2792
3. Karjakin 2769
4. Eljanov 2760
5. Grischuk 2752
6. Svidler 2751
7. Mamedyarov 2747
8-9. Andreikin 2732
8-9. Jakovenko 2732
10. Tomashevsky 2728

Former British Empire:

1-2. Caruana 2787
1-2. Nakamura 2787
3. Anand 2784
4. So 2773
5. Harikrishna 2753
6. Adams 2744
7. Gelfand 2735
8. Rodshtein 2708
9. Howell 2685
10. Short 2684

Asia:

1. Anand 2784
2. Ding 2766
3. Harikrishna 2753
4. Li 2751
5. Yu 2747
6. Gelfand 2735
7. Bu 2724
8. Wang Yue 2718
9. Wang Hao 2717
10. Le 2709

Feb-25-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  alexmagnus: As I wrote in Stockholm Interzonal (1952), it is the earliest Interzonal (and thereby the earliest world championship related event) from which there are players surviving to the day - Averbakh, Taimanov and Matanovic.

Since Averbakh and Taimanov qualified for the Candidates from that Interzonal, the Zurich Candidates (1953) is the earliest Candidates event with currently living players (with no other Candidate than those two living).

The earliest World Championship match with a surviving player is Petrosian - Spassky World Championship Match (1966), of which Spassky is living.

The earlist World Championship match with a surviving winner is then, of course, Petrosian - Spassky World Championship Rematch (1969)

Finally, the earliest World Championship match from which both participants are living is Karpov - Korchnoi World Championship Match (1978)

Feb-25-16
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  alexmagnus: ... As for the earliest World Championship related events with <all> participants surviving to the day, here it gets tricky.

The earliest WC match with all players surviving is, as mentioned above, Karpov-Korchnoi 1978.

The earliest Candidates event with all players surviving is the 1994-95 tournament for the Classical world championship.

But what is full WC cycle which had any "bigger than Candidates + WC match" format (including FIDE KOs) with all players surviving to date?

Incredibly, one has to op to the time <after> the Split to find such one. To be exact, the 2010 cycle (all players of the 2007 World Cup are living, as well as Topalov and Anand).

Feb-29-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  alexmagnus: March:

European Union:

1. Giri 2793
2. Vachier-Lagrave 2792
3. Topalov 2780
4. Adams 2727
5. Navara 2726
6. Rapport 2720
7. Wojtaszek 2713
8. Leko 2705
9. Bacrot 2701
10. Ragger 2694

Former Soviet Union:

1. Kramnik 2801
2. Aronian 2786
3. Eljanov 2765
4. Karjakin 2760
5. Svidler 2757
6. Grischuk 2752
7. Mamedyarov 2747
8. Andreikin 2732
9. Jakovenko 2731
10. Radjabov 2726

Former British Empire:

1. Caruana 2794
2. Nakamura 2790
3. So 2773
4. Anand 2762
5. Harikrishna 2758
6. Gelfand 2735
7. Adams 2727
8. Rodshtein 2710
9. McShane 2676
10. Bareev 2675

Asia:

1. Ding 2777
2. Anand 2762
3. Harikrishna 2758
4. Li 2757
5. Yu 2738
6. Gelfand 2735
7. Bu 2724
8. Wang Yue 2718
9. Wang Hao 2717
10. Wei 2714

Apr-01-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  alexmagnus: April:

European Union:

1. Giri 2790
2. Vachier-Lagrave 2788
3. Topalov 2754
4. Adams 2728
5. Navara 2726
6. Rapport 2717
7. Wojtaszek 2716
8. Leko 2705
9. Bacrot 2698
10. Ragger 2697

Former Sovier Union:

1. Kramnik 2801
2. Aronian 2784
3. Karjakin 2779
4. Eljanov 2765
5. Svidler 2762
6. Grischuk 2752
7. Mamedyarov 2750
8. Andreikin 2736
9. Jakovenko 2731
10. Radjabov 2726

Former British Empire:

1. Caruana 2795
2. Nakamura 2787
3. So 2773
4. Anand 2770
5. Harikrishna 2763
6. Gelfand 2740
7. Adams 2728
8. Rodshtein 2680
9-10. Kamsky 2678
9-10. Howell 2678

Asia:

1. Ding 2777
2. Anand 2770
3. Harikrishna 2763
4. Li 2755
5. Gelfand 2740
6. Yu 2738
7. Wang Hao 2732
8. Bu 2719
9. Wang Yue 2718
10. Le 2709

May-01-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  alexmagnus: May:

European Union:

1. Giri 2790
2. Vachier-Lagrave 2788
3. Topalov 2754
4. Navara 2735
5. Rapport 2731
6. Adams 2727
7. Wojtaszek 2722
8. Leko 2705
9. Bacrot 2702
10. Vallejo 2700

Former Soviet Union:

1. Kramnik 2801
2. Aronian 2784
3. Karjakin 2779
4. Eljanov 2765
5. Svidler 2762
6. Grischuk 2752
7. Mamedyarov 2748
8. Andreikin 2736
9. Jakovenko 2731
10. Radjabov 2726

Former British Empire:

1. Caruana 2804
2. Nakamura 2787
3. So 2775
4. Anand 2770
5. Harikrishna 2763
6. Gelfand 2740
7. Adams 2727
8. Rodshtein 2689
9. Bareev 2675
10. Robson 2674

Asia:

1. Ding 2778
2. Anand 2770
3. Harikrishna 2763
4. Li 2756
5. Gelfand 2740
6. Yu 2737
7. Wang Hao 2734
8. Wang Yue 2728
9. Bu 2723
10. Le 2718

May-31-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  alexmagnus: June:

European Union:

1. Vachier-Lagrave 2789
2. Giri 2782
3. Topalov 2761
4. Navara 2744
5. Rapport 2731
6. Wojtaszek 2729
7. Adams 2727
8. Leko 2712
9. Vallejo 2711
10. Bacrot 2695

Former Soviet Union:

1. Kramnik 2812
2. Aronian 2792
3. Karjakin 2774
4. Svidler 2759
5. Eljanov 2751
6. Grischuk 2747
7. Mamedyarov 2746
8. Andreikin 2743
9. Tomashevsky 2731
10. Inarkiev 2729

Former British Empire:

1. Caruana 2804
2. Nakamura 2787
3-4. So 2770
3-4. Anand 2770
5. Harikrishna 2764
6. Gelfand 2734
7. Adams 2727
8. Rodshtein 2687
9. Adhiban 2677
10. Smirin 2676

Asia:

1. Ding 2783
2. Anand 2770
3. Harikrishna 2764
4. Li 2758
5. Yu 2737
6-7. Gelfand 2734
6-7. Wang Hao 2734
8. Bu 2729
9. Wang Yue 2728
10. Le 2718

Jun-04-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  alexmagnus: Best player in the (current) EU:

1971: Larsen (#4)
1972: Portisch (#5)
1973: Tal (#2-3)
1974: Portisch (#6)
1975: Tal (#4-6)
1976: Larsen, Portisch (#6-7)
1977: Portisch (#5)
1978: Portisch (#3-5)
1979: Portisch (#3-4)
1980: Tal (#2)
Jan 1981: Portisch (#2-3)
Jul 1981: Hübner (#3)
Jan 1982: Timman (#2)
Jul 1982: Hübner (#4)
Jan 1983: Andersson (#4)
Jul 1983: Andersson (#4)
Jan 1984: Andersson (#5-6)
Jul 1984: Timman (#3)
Jan 1985: Timman (#3)
Jul 1985: Timman (#3-4)
Jan 1986: Timman (#3-5)
Jul 1986: Spassky, Timman, Hübner (#5-8)
Jan 1987: Hübner, Short (#7-8)
Jul 1987: Timman (#5-7)
Jan 1988: Timman (#3)
Jul 1988: Short (#3-4)
Jan 1989: Short (#3)
Jul 1989: Short (#3-4)

1990s in the next post

Jun-04-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  alexmagnus: Jan 1990: Timman (#3)
Jul 1990: Timman (#5)
Jan 1991: Ehlvest (#5-7)
Jul 1991: Short (#6)
Jan 1992: Short (#4)
Jul 1992: Shirov (#4)
Jan 1993: Shirov (#7-8)
Jul 1993: Shirov (#6-7)
Jan 1994: Shirov (#3)
Jul 1994: Shirov (#4)
Jan 1995: Shirov (#6-7)
Jul 1995: Shirov (#7)
Jan 1996: Topalov (#7)
Jul 1996: Topalov (#4-5)
Jan 1997: Topalov (#6)
Jul 1997: Topalov (#4-5)
Jan 1998: Topalov (#4-5)
Jul 1998: Shirov (#6-7)
Jan 1999: Shirov (#4)
Jul 1999: Shirov (#5)

2000s in the next post

Jun-04-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  alexmagnus: 2000s:

Jan 2000: Shirov (#4)
Jul 2000: Adams (#5)
Jan 2001: Adams (#4)
Jul 2001: Adams (#4)
Apr 2001: Adams (#4)
Jul 2001: Adams (#5)
Oct 2001: Leko (#5)
Jan 2002: Adams (#4-5)
Apr 2002: Topalov (#4)
Jul 2002: Adams (#4)
Oct 2002: Adams (#4)
Jan 2003: Topalov (#4)
Apr 2003: Leko (#4)
Jul 2003: Leko (#4)
Oct 2003: Shirov (#5)
Jan 2004: Shirov (#5)
Apr 2004: Leko (#4)
Jul 2004: Leko (#5)
Oct 2004: Topalov (#5)
Jan 2005: Topalov (#3)
Apr 2005: Topalov (#3)
Jul 2005: Topalov (#2-3)
Oct 2005: Topalov (#3)
Jan 2006: Topalov (#2)
Apr 2006: Topalov (#1)
Jul 2006: Topalov (#1)
Oct 2006: Topalov (#1)
Jan 2007: Topalov (#1)
Apr 2007: Topalov (#2-3)
Jul 2007: Topalov (#2-3)
Oct 2007: Topalov (#4)
Jan 2008: Topalov (#3)
Apr 2008: Topalov (#4)
Jul 2008: Topalov (#5)
Oct 2008: Topalov (#1)
Jan 2009: Topalov (#1)
Apr 2009: Topalov (#1)
Jul 2009: Topalov (#1)
Sep 2009: Topalov (#1)
Nov 2009: Topalov (#1)

2010s I posted somewhere already :)

Jun-04-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  alexmagnus: 2010:

Jan: Topalov (#2)
Mar: Topalov (#2)
May: Topalov (#2)
Jul: Topalov (#2)
Sep: Topalov (#2)
Nov: Topalov (#5)

Jun-04-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  alexmagnus: 2011:

Jan: Topalov (#6)
Mar: Topalov (#7)
May: Topalov (#7)
Jul: Topalov (#7-8)
Sep: Topalov (#7)
Nov: Topalov (#7)

Jun-04-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  alexmagnus: 2012:

Jan: Topalov (#6)
Mar: Caruana (#7)
May: Caruana (#8)
Jul: Caruana (#8)
Aug: Caruana (#8)
Sep: Caruana (#8)
Oct: Caruana (#8)
Nov: Caruana (#5)
Dec: Caruana (#5)

Jun-04-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  alexmagnus: 2013:

Jan: Caruana (#5)
Feb: Topalov (#7)
Mar: Topalov (#7)
Apr: Caruana (#7)
May: Topalov (#4)
Jun: Topalov (#5-6)
Jul: Caruana (#3)
Aug: Caruana (#3)
Sep: Caruana (#5)
Oct: Caruana (#6)
Nov: Caruana (#6)
Dec: Topalov (#5)

Jun-04-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  alexmagnus: 2014:

Jan: Topalov (#4)
Feb: Topalov (#4)
Mar: Topalov (#4)
Apr: Caruana (#4-5)
May: Caruana (#5-6)
Jun: Caruana (#4)
Jul: Caruana (#4)
Aug: Caruana (#3)
Sep: Caruana (#3)
Oct: Caruana (#2)
Nov: Caruana (#2)
Dec: Caruana (#2)

Jun-04-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  alexmagnus: 2015:

Jan: Caruana (#2)
Feb: Caruana (#2)
Mar: Caruana (#2)
Apr: Caruana (#2)
May: Caruana (#3)
Jun: Caruana (#2)
Jul: Topalov (#2-3)
Aug: Topalov (#2-3)
Sep: Topalov (#2-3)
Oct: Topalov (#3)
Nov: Topalov (#2-3)
Dec: Topalov (#2)

2016:

Jan: Giri (#3)
Feb: Giri (#3)
Mar*: Giri (#4)
Apr: Giri (#4)
May: Giri (#4)
Jun: Vachier-Lagrave (#5)

*first list where the result is affected by Caruana's federation change

Jun-30-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  alexmagnus: July:

European Union (with Britain, as the Brexit is not yet official):

1. Vachier-Lagrave 2798
2. Giri 2785
3. Topalov 2761
4. Rapport 2752
5. Navara 2745
6. Wojtaszek 2733
7. Adams 2727
8. Vallejo 2713
9. Leko 2712
10. Bacrot 2690

Former Soviet Union:

1. Kramnik 2812
2. Aronian 2792
3. Karjakin 2773
4. Mamedyarov 2764
5. Svidler 2759
6. Grischuk 2747
7. Eljanov 2737
8. Andreikin 2733
9. Tomashevsky 2731
10. Inarkiev 2730

Former British Empire:

1. Caruana 2810
2. Nakamura 2787
3-4. Anand 2770
3-4. So 2770
5. Harikrishna 2755
6. Gelfand 2734
7. Adams 2727
8. Rodshtein 2698
9-10. Ganguly 2676
9-10. Smirin 2676

Asia:

1. Ding 2778
2. Anand 2770
3. Li 2758
4. Harikrishna 2755
5-7. Yu 2734
5-7. Wang Hao 2734
5-7. Gelfand 2734
8. Wang Yue 2730
9-10. Le 2723
9-10. Bu 2723

Jul-31-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  alexmagnus: August:

European Union:

1. Vachier-Lagrave 2819
2. Giri 2769
3. Topalov 2761
4. Rapport 2752
5. Navara 2742
6. Wojtaszek 2733
7. Adams 2727
8. Vallejo 2713
9. Leko 2709
10. Bacrot 2692

Former Soviet Union:

1. Kramnik 2808
2. Aronian 2792
3. Karjakin 2769
4. Mamedyarov 2764
5. Grischuk 2754
6. Svidler 2751
7. Nepomniachtchi 2740
8. Eljanov 2737
9. Andreikin 2733
10. Tomashevsky 2731

Former British Empire:

1. Caruana 2807
2. Nakamura 2791
3. So 2771
4. Anand 2770
5. Harikrishna 2752
6. Gelfand 2743
7. Adams 2727
8. Rodshtein 2698
9. Smirin 2687
10. Ganguly 2676

Asia:

1. Anand 2770
2. Ding 2755
3. Li 2753
4. Harikrishna 2752
5. Gelfand 2743
6. Wang Yue 2737
7. Yu 2725
8. Le 2723
9. Bu 2715
10. Wang Hao 2712

Aug-31-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  alexmagnus: September:

European Union:

1. Vachier-Lagrave 2813
2. Topalov 2768
3. Giri 2755
4. Rapport 2752
5. Navara 2742
6. Adams 2738
7. Wojtaszek 2736
8. Vallejo 2716
9. Leko 2709
10. Ragger 2697

Former Soviet Union

1. Kramnik 2808
2. Aronian 2795
3. Karjakin 2769
4. Mamedyarov 2761
5. Grischuk 2754
6. Svidler 2745
7. Nepomniachtchi 2740
8. Eljanov 2739
9. Inarkiev 2732
10. Tomashevsky 2731

Former British Empire:

1. Caruana 2808
2. Nakamura 2789
3. So 2782
4. Anand 2776
5. Harikrishna 2752
6. Gelfand 2743
7. Adams 2738
8. Rodshtein 2687
9. Smirin 2685
10. Shankland 2679

Asia:

1. Anand 2776
2. Ding 2753
3. Harikrishna 2752
4. Li 2746
5. Gelfand 2743
6. Wang Yue 2737
7. Yu 2725
8. Le 2723
9. Wei 2717
10. Wang Hao 2710

Oct-03-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  alexmagnus: October:

European Union:

1. Vachier-Lagrave 2811
2. Topalov 2760
3. Giri 2756
4. Wojtaszek 2746
5. Adams 2745
6. Navara 2737
7. Rapport 2729
8. Vallejo 2711
9. Leko 2709
10. Almasi 2702

Former Soviet Union:

1. Kramnik 2817
2. Aronian 2795
3. Karjakin 2772
4. Mamedyarov 2762
5. Grischuk 2752
6. Nepomniachtchi 2749
7. Svidler 2745
8. Eljanov 2741
9. Andreikin 2736
10. Inarkiev 2732

Former British Empire:

1. Caruana 2813
2. So 2794
3. Nakamura 2787
4. Anand 2776
5. Harikrishna 2762
6. Adams 2745
7. Gelfand 2743
8. Adhiban 2689
9. Rodshtein 2687
10. Vidit 2686

Asia:

1. Anand 2776
2. Ding 2764
3. Harikrishna 2762
4. Gelfand 2743
5. Li 2728
6-7. Wang Yue 2723
6-7. Le 2723
8. Yu 2721
9. Wei 2706
10. Wang Hao 2701

Nov-01-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  alexmagnus: November:

European Union:

1. Vachier-Lagrave 2811
2. Giri 2767
3. Topalov 2760
4-5. Adams 2744
4-5. Wojtaszek 2744
6. Rapport 2730
7. Navara 2725
8. Vallejo 2716
9. Almasi 2702
10. Ragger 2694

Former Soviet Union:

1. Kramnik 2810
2. Aronian 2795
3. Karjakin 2772
4. Nepomniachtchi 2767
5. Mamedyarov 2762
6. Eljanov 2757
7. Grischuk 2751
8. Svidler 2742
9. Andreikin 2736
10. Ivanchuk 2733

Former British Empire:

1. Caruana 2823
2. So 2794
3-4. Anand 2779
3-4. Nakamura 2779
5. Harikrishna 2768
6. Adams 2744
7. Gelfand 2720
8. Rodshtein 2696
9. Vidit 2689
10. Short 2679

Asia:

1. Anand 2779
2. Harikrishna 2768
3. Ding 2764
4. Li 2730
5. Wang Yue 2723
6. Yu 2721
7. Gelfand 2720
8. Le 2718
9. Wei 2706
10. Bu 2698

Dec-03-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  alexmagnus: December

European Union:

1. Vachier-Lagrave 2804
2. Giri 2771
3. Topalov 2760
4. Wojtaszek 2749
5. Adams 2748
6. Navara 2725
7. Rapport 2717
8. Vallejo 2711
9. Almasi 2703
10. Van Wely 2696

Former Soviet Union:

1. Kramnik 2809
2-3. Karjakin 2785
2-3. Aronian 2785
4. Mamedyarov 2768
5. Nepomniachitchi 2767
6. Eljanov 2762
7. Svidler 2753
8. Ivanchuk 2747
9-10. Andreikin 2737
9-10. Grischuk 2737

Former British Empire:

1. Caruana 2823
2. So 2794
3-4. Anand 2779
3-4. Nakamura 2779
5. Harikrishna 2770
6. Adams 2748
7. Gelfand 2725
8. Rodshtein 2695
9. Vidit 2689
10. Short 2679

Asia:

1. Anand 2779
2. Harikrishna 2770
3. Ding 2757
4. Yu 2729
5. Gelfand 2725
6. Li 2720
7. Le 2718
8. Wang Yue 2710
9. Wei 2707
10. Bu 2705

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