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You can reconstruct the lists from the raw data FIDE files :
Here is a good site for that rating lists:
RAPID - http://www.chessrating.info/index.php?rating=rapid
BLITZ - http://www.chessrating.info/index.php?rating=blitz
You can also filter by countries.
we have them now !
What about for women? Blitz, Anna.
no polgar first in both blitz and rapid
but Anna is 2nd by only 8 points in blitz.
Polgar... Only because of her classical rating. :) Thank you!
Please elaborate your point.
Polgar is so high only because when blitz rating was invented, she had very high rating and could start from there. Anna was 100 lower.
hmm this means classical ratings were the starting point for blitz and rapid ratings...... I did not know that.
Yes, look at fide profile of any active chess player.
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