After a hot start in Nanjing, Magnus Carlsen is making a serious charge toward 2800. It is not a question if he will eventually be #1. The only question is when.

Rank Name Rating Change # games
01 Topalov 2806,4 -6,6 2
02 Anand 2788,0 0 0
03 Aronian 2784,2 +11,2 6
04 Carlsen 2782,5 +10,5 2
05 Kramnik 2772,0 0 0
06 Leko 2757,0 -5 2
07 Radjabov 2756,8 -0,2 2
08 Ivanchuk 2756,0 0 0
09 Gelfand 2752,9 -3,1 5
10 Morozevich 2750,0 0 0
11 Gashimov 2748,0 +8 5
12 Jakovenko 2742,9 +0,9 2
13 Ponomariov 2738,5 -2,5 5
14 Wang Yue 2738,4 +2,4 21
15 Svidler 2738,0 -3 10
16 Grischuk 2733,8 +0,8 6
17 Shirov 2726,0 -4 11
18 Alekseev 2725,0 0 0
19 Karjakin 2724,0 +2 6
20 Eljanov 2719,3 +2,3 9
21 Dominguez 2719,0 0 0
22 Vachier-Lagrave 2718,0 0 0
23 Movsesian 2717,3 +6,3 9
24 Mamedyarov 2715,5 -5,5 19
25 Nakamura 2712,8 -22,2 10
26 Wang Hao 2709,7 +19,7 16
27 Malakhov 2708,3 -6,7 22
28 Navara 2707,4 +15,4 9
29 Short 2706,7 +0,7 16
30 Tomashevsky 2705,8 +17,8 16
31 Kasimdzhanov 2705,2 +3,2 5
32 Bacrot 2704,3 -4,7 20
33 Almasi 2703,0 +18 10

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