There are only few changes in the leading positions of new edition of the FIDE Chess World Rankings. In the men’s division, the field continues to be led by the Norwegian talent Magnus Carlsen, while Judith Polgar from Hungary stays top of the list in the women’s division.
Shakhrivar Mamedyarov with biggest improvement in Top 10
The Top 3 of the FIDE Chess World Rankings of men remains sildenafil generic unchanged in August 2013. Magnus Carlsen from Norway is still beneficios tomar sildenafil the number 1 player of the world, holding an Elo-rating of 2862. Carlsen is followed by Levon Aronian from Armenia and Fabiano Caruana from Italy at unaltered Elos of 2813 and 2796. The August edition of the Top 10 list features only one newcomer: Shakhrivar Mamedyarov. The chess player from Azerbaijan improved his Elo from 2761 to 2775 and therefore advanced from rank buy clomid online 12 to 6 in the FIDE Wolrd Ranking List. Obviously, the reason for this advancement is Mamedyarov’s success at the FIDE Grand Prix in Beijing. On the contrary, Boris Gelfand’s Elo-rating decreased from 2773 to 2764, so that the Israeli dropped back from rank 9 to 11.
Yifan Hou now in 2nd place of the FIDE World Rankings of women
Similar movements occur in the current world ranking of the female chess players. After all, there has been a change of positions among the Top 3 players of the world. While the Hungarian Judith Polgar http://clomidgeneric-pharmacy.net/ remains in lead of the field at an Elo of 2696, the Chinese Yifan Hou not only improved her Elo from 2600 to 2609 points but also advanced one position in the ranking list. Therefore, she passed the previous number 2 Humpy Koneru who now ranks 3rd at an unaltered Elo-rating of 2607 points. The ranks 4 to 12 remain unchanged in the tadalafil women’s division.
Pentala Harikrishna increases Elo-rating by 16 points
Among the Top 100 players in the men’s division, Pentala Harikrishna took the greatest leap forward: The Indian was able to boost his Elo-rating by 16 since the last ranking in July and now holds a total of 2696 points. In the World Rankings, this results in an advancement from rank 65 to 52 in the August edition.
GM Shakhriyar Mamedyarov
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written by Michael, translated by Birthe