Sergey Karjakin Surpassed Vishy Anand in the FIDE Rating List for August 1st. Grischuk Playes at 2923 Points

Время публикации: 01.08.2012 00:20 | Последнее обновление: 01.08.2012 01:56

Vishy Anand continues losing rating points. He was surpassed by Teimour Radjabov in the rating list for July, while now he is behind Russian GM Sergey Karjakin. Radjabov maintained the 4th place with 2788 points, Karjakin is 5th - 2785, while Anand has 2780 points, Nakamura is 2 points behind with 2778 points. 

Men's list
Magnus Carlsen maintains lead, but more interesting is a current rating which is changing from game to game played in Biel. For the moment Norwegian is 5 points behind Garry Kasparov's record rating fixed in 2000.  

In the women's list Anna Muzychuk is now officially 2nd with 2606 points. Hou Yifan is 3 points behind her. 
Women's list

Let us remind you that now FIDE publishes the rating list once in a month. At the same time the rating lists for rapid and blitz have appeared. Noteworthy is Alexander Grischuk's, the World Blitz Chess Champion, rate - 2923. Sergey Karjakin's, the World Rapid Chess Champion, rating is lower - 2877. 

 


  


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