Chess. Grischuk and Nepomniachtchi in the Top 5 of the current FIDE rating

After completing a major tournament in the Dutch Wijk aan Zee international chess Federation has published a new rating list of the leading grandmasters of the world. It is headed by world champion and second runner-up tournament in the Netherlands, Magnus Carlsen. Russians Alexander Grischuk and Ian Nepomniachtchi are in the 4th and 5th places respectively.

the American of Italian origin, Fabiano Caruana, who single-handedly won in Wijk aan Zee, occupies the second place of classification: Carlsen 2872 points, Caruana – 2822. Third place the representative of China Ding Liren (2805). Next are Grischuk (2777) and Nepomniachtchi (2774).

three of our Grand master is located at the end of the Top 20 world rankings: ex-world champion Vladimir Kramnik (2753) is a 17-th line, the Vice-champion of the world Sergey Karjakin (2752) – 18 th place, the line below is Nikita Vitiugov (2747), which failed the performance in Wijk aan Zee, finishing only 12th place.

Vladislav Artemiev (2731), who also played in the Netherlands, occupies 23-e a place, Dmitry Andreikin (2726) – 24-e, multiple champion of Russia Peter Svidler (2723) – on the 28th, Evgeny Tomashevsky (2705) – to 35-M. Daniil Dubov (2683), which is better than all the Russians showed themselves in Wijk aan Zee, entering there in the top five, is in the classification of FIDE 53rd place.