What place did the Uzbeks take in the new World Chess Federation rating?



The World Chess Federation (WChF) announced the ranking of chess players for February.  Three Uzbek chess players took a place in the top-100 league of the ratings.

Uzbek grandmaster Nodirbek Abdusattarov dropped one place in the ranking due to the results he recorded in the last competitions.  He scored 2731 points and took 18th place.  Javahir Sindorov climbed to 82nd place with 2661.  According to the WChF classification, Rustam Kasimjanov, who won the world championship in 2004-2005, has improved.  He took 58th place in the February chart.

Nilufar Yaqubbayeva from Uzbekistan took a place in the top 100 leagues of female chess players. She took 96th place with 2349 points.

Norway's Magnus Carlsen is still leading the men's chess rankings.  He has 2852 points.  Yan Nepomnyashi from Russia and Ding Liren from China took second and third places, respectively.


Nodirbek Abdusattorov FIDE

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