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September 2012 FIDE Rating List

  • SonofPearl
  • on 02/09/12 00:59.

fide_official_logo-gens-una-sumus cropped.jpgFIDE's more frequent monthly official rating lists mean that fewer changes occur between each successive list (August list here).

The main news in the top 10 list for September is that Hikaru Nakamura gains two places to claim the #5 spot, swapping places with Sergey Karjakin, and above the current world champion Vishy Anand at #6.

Some of the biggest movers on the list are due to the results at the 2012 Biel tournament, with Winner Wang Hao gaining 8 places at #15, and Anish Giri gaining 15 places at #20.

World #1 Magnus Carlsen gained 6 rating points at Biel and his new rating of 2843 Elo is just 8 points away from Garry Kasparov's record 1999/2000 peak of 2851 Elo.

The live rankings updated on a daily basis can be found at www.2700chess.com.  The current live list is changing rapidly as results from the Olympiad are coming thick and fast!

The top 100 ranked players:

# Name Nat Elo
1  Carlsen, Magnus  NOR 2843
2  Aronian, Levon  ARM 2816
3  Kramnik, Vladimir  RUS 2797
4  Radjabov, Teimour  AZE 2788
5  Nakamura, Hikaru  USA 2783
6  Anand, Viswanathan  IND 2780
7  Karjakin, Sergey  RUS 2778
8  Caruana, Fabiano  ITA 2773
9  Ivanchuk, Vassily  UKR 2769
10  Morozevich, Alexander  RUS 2758
11  Grischuk, Alexander  RUS 2754
12  Topalov, Veselin  BUL 2752
13  Svidler, Peter  RUS 2747
14  Kamsky, Gata  USA 2746
15  Wang, Hao  CHN 2742
16  Gelfand, Boris  ISR 2738
17  Gashimov, Vugar  AZE 2737
18  Leko, Peter  HUN 2737
19  Jobava, Baadur  GEO 2734
20  Giri, Anish  NED 2730
21  Tomashevsky, Evgeny  RUS 2730
22  Ponomariov, Ruslan  UKR 2729
23  Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar  AZE 2729
24  Dominguez Perez, Leinier  CUB 2725
25  Jakovenko, Dmitry  RUS 2724
26  Adams, Michael  ENG 2722
27  Volokitin, Andrei  UKR 2718
28  Andreikin, Dmitry  RUS 2718
29  Fressinet, Laurent  FRA 2714
30  Shirov, Alexei  LAT 2714
31  Bruzon Batista, Lazaro  CUB 2713
32  Wojtaszek, Radoslaw  POL 2713
33  Almasi, Zoltan  HUN 2713
34  McShane, Luke J  ENG 2713
35  Bologan, Viktor  MDA 2712
36  Naiditsch, Arkadij  GER 2712
37  Riazantsev, Alexander  RUS 2712
38  Sasikiran, Krishnan  IND 2707
39  Bacrot, Etienne  FRA 2705
40  Korobov, Anton  UKR 2705
41  Movsesian, Sergei  ARM 2705
42  Nepomniachtchi, Ian  RUS 2704
43  Areshchenko, Alexander  UKR 2702
44  Malakhov, Vladimir  RUS 2700
45  Moiseenko, Alexander  UKR 2699
46  Sokolov, Ivan  NED 2699
47  Vitiugov, Nikita  RUS 2699
48  Polgar, Judit  HUN 2698
49  Short, Nigel D  ENG 2698
50  Vachier-Lagrave, Maxime  FRA 2697
51  Vallejo Pons, Francisco  ESP 2697
52  Ding, Liren  CHN 2694
53  Le, Quang Liem  VIE 2693
54  Rublevsky, Sergei  RUS 2693
55  Sargissian, Gabriel  ARM 2693
56  Wang, Yue  CHN 2691
57  Navara, David  CZE 2691
58  Van Wely, Loek  NED 2691
59  Harikrishna, P.  IND 2690
60  Efimenko, Zahar  UKR 2689
61  Cheparinov, Ivan  BUL 2689
62  Georgiev, Kiril  BUL 2687
63  Akopian, Vladimir  ARM 2687
64  Sutovsky, Emil  ISR 2687
65  Kryvoruchko, Yuriy  UKR 2686
66  Berkes, Ferenc  HUN 2685
67  Eljanov, Pavel  UKR 2684
68  Kasimdzhanov, Rustam  UZB 2684
69  Bu, Xiangzhi  CHN 2683
70  Inarkiev, Ernesto  RUS 2683
71  Alekseev, Evgeny  RUS 2682
72  Edouard, Romain  FRA 2678
73  Dreev, Aleksey  RUS 2677
74  Ragger, Markus  AUT 2677
75  Bauer, Christian  FRA 2676
76  Laznicka, Viktor  CZE 2675
77  Gyimesi, Zoltan  HUN 2674
78  Tiviakov, Sergei  NED 2674
79  Grachev, Boris  RUS 2672
80  Onischuk, Alexander  USA 2672
81  Ni, Hua  CHN 2671
82  Zvjaginsev, Vadim  RUS 2671
83  Balogh, Csaba  HUN 2668
84  So, Wesley  PHI 2667
85  Zhigalko, Sergei  BLR 2667
86  Li, Chao b  CHN 2665
87  Najer, Evgeniy  RUS 2664
88  Gareev, Timur  USA 2663
89  Potkin, Vladimir  RUS 2663
90  Gharamian, Tigran  FRA 2663
91  Matlakov, Maxim  RUS 2663
92  Nielsen, Peter Heine  DEN 2662
93  Kurnosov, Igor  RUS 2660
94  Jones, Gawain C B  ENG 2658
95  Negi, Parimarjan  IND 2658
96  Motylev, Alexander  RUS 2658
97  Fridman, Daniel  GER 2657
98  Petrosian, Tigran L.  ARM 2657
99  Meier, Georg  GER 2656
100  Gupta, Abhijeet  IND 2654
101  Bartel, Mateusz  POL 2654

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The women's top ten is virtually unchanged since most of the players didn't play any games during the period. One of the biggest movers on the list was Natalia Pogonina who gained 20 Elo points by winning the women's championship of Russia, and now ranks #26.

The top 100 women:

# Name Nat Elo
1  Polgar, Judit  HUN 2698
2  Muzychuk, Anna  SLO 2606
3  Hou, Yifan  CHN 2599
4  Koneru, Humpy  IND 2593
5  Zhao, Xue  CHN 2549
6  Dzagnidze, Nana  GEO 2547
7  Lahno, Kateryna  UKR 2542
8  Ju, Wenjun  CHN 2528
9  Kosintseva, Nadezhda  RUS 2524
10  Kosintseva, Tatiana  RUS 2524
11  Sebag, Marie  FRA 2521
12  Cmilyte, Viktorija  LTU 2520
13  Cramling, Pia  SWE 2514
14  Zatonskih, Anna  USA 2512
15  Gunina, Valentina  RUS 2509
16  Khotenashvili, Bela  GEO 2509
17  Harika, Dronavalli  IND 2505
18  Stefanova, Antoaneta  BUL 2502
19  Ruan, Lufei  CHN 2492
20  Zhu, Chen  QAT 2491
21  Kosteniuk, Alexandra  RUS 2489
22  Paehtz, Elisabeth  GER 2483
23  Danielian, Elina  ARM 2476
24  Krush, Irina  USA 2471
25  Galliamova, Alisa  RUS 2468
26  Pogonina, Natalija  RUS 2468
27  Muzychuk, Mariya  UKR 2466
28  Xu, Yuhua  CHN 2465
29  Hoang, Thanh Trang  HUN 2464
30  Socko, Monika  POL 2463
31  Tan, Zhongyi  CHN 2460
32  Atalik, Ekaterina  TUR 2458
33  Javakhishvili, Lela  GEO 2458
34  Dembo, Yelena  GRE 2457
35  Mkrtchian, Lilit  ARM 2454
36  Hunt, Harriet V  ENG 2450
37  Huang, Qian  CHN 2449
38  Khurtsidze, Nino  GEO 2444
39  Skripchenko, Almira  FRA 2443
40  Moser, Eva  AUT 2443
41  Zhukova, Natalia  UKR 2442
42  Girya, Olga  RUS 2440
43  Batsiashvili, Nino  GEO 2434
44  Munguntuul, Batkhuyag  MGL 2434
45  Ushenina, Anna  UKR 2433
46  Peptan, Corina-Isabela  ROU 2428
47  Ding, Yixin  CHN 2424
48  Zaiatz, Elena  RUS 2424
49  Bodnaruk, Anastasia  RUS 2421
50  Arakhamia-Grant, Ketevan  SCO 2421
51  Shen, Yang  CHN 2420
52  Matnadze, Ana  ESP 2418
53  Guramishvili, Sopiko  GEO 2418
54  Rajlich, Iweta  POL 2412
55  Peng, Zhaoqin  NED 2411
56  Milliet, Sophie  FRA 2410
57  Kovanova, Baira  RUS 2408
58  Cori T., Deysi  PER 2407
59  Karavade, Eesha  IND 2407
60  Alexandrova, Olga  ESP 2407
61  Kovalevskaya, Ekaterina  RUS 2405
62  Gaponenko, Inna  UKR 2404
63  Vasilevich, Tatjana  UKR 2404
64  Melia, Salome  GEO 2403
65  Romanko, Marina  RUS 2399
66  Houska, Jovanka  ENG 2398
67  Foisor, Cristina-Adela  ROU 2398
68  Gomes, Mary Ann  IND 2396
69  Khukhashvili, Sopiko  GEO 2396
70  Paikidze, Nazi  GEO 2394
71  Pham, Le Thao Nguyen  VIE 2393
72  Bojkovic, Natasa  SRB 2392
73  Arabidze, Meri  GEO 2391
74  Guo, Qi  CHN 2389
75  Vijayalakshmi, Subbaraman  IND 2387
76  Bulmaga, Irina  ROU 2386
77  Gara, Ticia  HUN 2385
78  Ovod, Evgenija  RUS 2384
79  Fierro Baquero, Martha L.  ECU 2384
80  Majdan-Gajewska, Joanna  POL 2383
81  L'Ami, Alina  ROU 2380
82  Zhang, Xiaowen  CHN 2380
83  Michna, Marta  GER 2380
84  Tania, Sachdev  IND 2379
85  Linares Napoles, Oleiny  CUB 2378
86  Repkova, Eva  SVK 2378
87  Ziaziulkina, Nastassia  BLR 2376
88  Szczepkowska-Horowska, Karina  POL 2375
89  Vasilevich, Irina  RUS 2375
90  Kononenko, Tatiana  UKR 2374
91  Zawadzka, Jolanta  POL 2371
92  Kashlinskaya, Alina  RUS 2368
93  Lujan, Carolina  ARG 2368
94  Charochkina, Daria  RUS 2366
95  Kachiani-Gersinska, Ketino  GER 2366
96  Abdyjapar, Asyl  KGZ 2365
97  Vega Gutierrez, Sabrina  ESP 2364
98  Lomineishvili, Maia  GEO 2363
99  Sukandar, Irine Kharisma  INA 2362
100  Vajda, Szidonia  HUN 2362
101  Goryachkina, Aleksandra  RUS 2361

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The top 20 juniors:

# Name Nat Elo B-Year
1  Caruana, Fabiano  ITA 2773 1992
2  Giri, Anish  NED 2730 1994
3  Ding, Liren  CHN 2694 1992
4  So, Wesley  PHI 2667 1993
5  Negi, Parimarjan  IND 2658 1993
6  Yu, Yangyi  CHN 2640 1994
7  Sjugirov, Sanan  RUS 2624 1993
8  Zherebukh, Yaroslav  UKR 2622 1993
9  Rapport, Richard  HUN 2621 1996
10  Safarli, Eltaj  AZE 2620 1992
11  Nyzhnyk, Illya  UKR 2614 1996
12  Dubov, Daniil  RUS 2603 1996
13  Ipatov, Alexander  TUR 2601 1993
14  Shimanov, Aleksandr  RUS 2599 1992
15  Hou, Yifan  CHN 2599 1994
16  Kovalyov, Anton  ARG 2598 1992
17  Robson, Ray  USA 2598 1994
18  Swiercz, Dariusz  POL 2594 1994
19  Durarbayli, Vasif  AZE 2584 1992
20  Ter-Sahakyan, Samvel  ARM 2580 1993

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  • 20 mesi fa

    OVAIDO

    about muzychuk im not sure that this is here place in 2nd we should said why? 

  • 20 mesi fa

    kirkland

    this is cool chess is kind of exciting now and not considered snobish an for the rich chess clubs or maybe thats just a sterio type.

  • 20 mesi fa

    EternalChess

    Nisarg1 Nakamura was among top 10 in biel.

    You cannot talk like that though, Anand played a world number 16 for WC and your saying Carlsen had no competition in Biel lol.

    Wang Hao got like 6 Wins and Carlsen still managed to beat him twice.

  • 20 mesi fa

    wrothgar

    If Carlsen was not mentored by Kasparov.. I can say that his the best,.

  • 20 mesi fa

    fabelhaft

    Anand has played 2 of the last 10 Olympiads, Kramnik 4 of the last 8, Topalov 3 of the last 6, Carlsen 4 of the last 5 (saying that he wants to play again next time). This time none of the other Norwegian GMs participated and Carlsen preferred to take a break rather than spend a couple of weeks playing 2400s.

  • 20 mesi fa

    P_G_M

    The only reason why Anand is #6 is because he has been inactive, if he will be playing he would have dropped at least to #8 most probably to #10.

  • 20 mesi fa

    procyk

    Not only Magnus, but Anand, Koneru and possibly some other players also do not play at Olympiad. Probably they have their own reason. I understand Magnus. One soldier does not make an army. Being the strongest at olympiad and not playing with the highest rated, due to weak team sertainly is not appealing. He would need to win all games in order not to lose first rating spot. Remember how Fisher lost 5 points when he becaome world champion, and that seems crazy.

  • 20 mesi fa

    pawngenius

    Carlsen is the best chess player ever... He is the combination of all his great predecessors, including Kasparov.

  • 20 mesi fa

    chessdoggblack

    Here's the math. One million dollars and the world's chess title and counting. The next world chess title will be worth I.5 to 2 million dollars. There is no reward for the hightest chess rating in the world...not one penny Mr. Carlsen. I assume Anand is thinking "I can't hear you sweety" or "How you like me now Mr. Carlsen?"Money mouth

  • 20 mesi fa

    Elubas

    Well, ratings are about results, so the sudden jump means that Naka has been able to get better results than Anand as of late. Of course, since Naka has just superseded Anand, it might not last, so we probably don't have enough information to determine the better player. As fabelhaft said, though, just look at Anand's results. He hasn't had many stunning performances recently, and even in the WCC against the much lower rated Boris Gelfand he couldn't get a plus score.

  • 20 mesi fa

    FreeRepublic

    I was surprised to see Tigran Petrosian on the list.

  • 20 mesi fa

    mattattack99

    Carlsen struggled at the previous olympiad.

  • 20 mesi fa

    Sahasrara

    I don't really agree that ratings are inflated today. Computer assistance simply got even better and can assist grandmasters today like they could never assist older grandmasters. 

    @ferdinandplebie Carlsen already beat Anand's record rating.

  • 20 mesi fa

    fabelhaft

    "Anand is much much better than Nakamura but the rating list says otherwise!"

    Anand does feel like a stronger player than Nakamura, but it's been a while since he showed it. In the last tournament where both played Anand didn't reach a plus score while Nakamura scored +3 and won against Anand (all their other games have been drawn). Just the last year or two it feels as if Anand, Kramnik and Topalov have gotten clearly weaker while the younger players have gotten much stronger, not only Carlsen and Aronian but also Radjabov, Nakamura, Karjakin and Caruana.

  • 20 mesi fa

    EternalChess

    Even though Anand is not in top form, I still cannot believe Nakamura is above him, Anand is much much better than Nakamura but the rating list says otherwise!

  • 20 mesi fa

    fabelhaft

    "I guess if you are good you are going to have haters"

    Yes, and the combination of stupidity and hate is never entertaining.

  • 20 mesi fa

    Aknaim

    Carlsen breaking Garry's record is frankly not that impressive. Ratings in the top 10 and in general are much higher then they used to be at Garry's time. If Carlsen breaks 2900-2920 then I'll be willing to say he has a a better peak rating then Garry.

    Since the next closest guy to Garry was like 60 points or more under Garry's rating, its not really a fair comparison. Garry would lose a lot more points for a loss and gain much fewer for a win. That's not the case for Carlsen in his era there were even 4, 2800+ players at one point. Making it much easier to boost his rating. Due to rating inflation.

    Also for those not willing to believe in rating inflation look up some articles on chessbase. There were like 3-4 of them with top mathematical chess minds trying to figure out if there was inflation, which it does look to be the case.

    None the less Carlsen is the best right now, but hopefully Aronian closes that gap Wink

  • 20 mesi fa

    thought_control

    I guess if you are good you are going to have haters.  There is no denying GM Carlsen's powerful chess strength.  He is number one for a reason.  I like how he was compared to the modern day legend Capablanca. 

  • 20 mesi fa

    fabelhaft

    "Arrogant Carlsen deserved not to be No. 1 he doesn't want to represent his own country. shame on him."

    What an idiot.

  • 20 mesi fa

    ferdinandplebie

    carlsen wont beat kasparovs record even anand's.congrats wesley so

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