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  1. Standard member woodypusher
    misanthrope
    10 Jan '14 03:06 / 1 edit
    Rapid
    1. Carlsen 2845
    2. Grischuk 2835
    3. Nakamura 2826
    4. Caruana 2812
    5. Anand 2800
    6. *Mamedyarov 2799
    7. Nepomniachtichi 2797
    8. Svidler 2787
    9. Karjakin 2781
    10. Dominguez 2779

    Blitz
    1. Nakamura 2879
    2. Karjakin 2866
    3. Aronian 2863
    4. Carlsen 2837
    5. Vachier-Lagrave 2835
    6. Anand 2827
    7. Mamedyarov 2822
    8. *Le 2817
    9. Nepomniachtchi 2816
    10. Grischuk 2801

    * 2013 World Champions

    Seven players made both lists
  2. Subscriber sonhouse
    Fast and Curious
    11 Jan '14 00:10 / 3 edits
    Originally posted by woodypusher
    Rapid
    1. Carlsen 2845
    2. Grischuk 2835
    3. Nakamura 2826
    4. Caruana 2812
    5. Anand 2800
    6. *Mamedyarov 2799
    7. Nepomniachtichi 2797
    8. Svidler 2787
    9. Karjakin 2781
    10. Dominguez 2779

    Blitz
    1. Nakamura 2879
    2. Karjakin 2866
    3. Aronian 2863
    4. Carlsen 2837
    5. Vachier-Lagrave 2835
    6. Anand 2827
    7. Mamedyaro ...[text shortened]... pomniachtchi 2816
    10. Grischuk 2801

    * 2013 World Champions

    Seven players made both lists
    And blitz STARTING at 2800

    Here is the January slow game list:

    http://ratings.fide.com/top.phtml?list=men

    Carlsen almost as high on that list as Naka is on blitz!

    Notice a big drop out of the 2800's in the January list, only 2 now. I wonder how long it will take Carlsen to get 28 more points?

    I see on the top 100 list, there are a half dozen players there younger than Carlsen, so he will have them to deal with in a few years.
  3. Standard member woodypusher
    misanthrope
    11 Jan '14 04:40 / 2 edits
    Carlsen, Nakamura, Grischuk, Anand, and Karjakin made all three lists (Classical, Rapid, & Blitz)

    Mamedyarov (#12) missed the top 10 classical list by two rating points.