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here's my list
8. Topalov (due to inactivity)
1. Garry Kasparov (even if he is retired, I'm sure if he would come back tomorrow he will kick every one's @$$)
2. Magnus Carlsen
It's a guide, but this is a system invented to measure "how strong a player is" as there are a million other possibilities to make a ranking and many other variables not considered there. So I ask independently of their ELO rating at the day of writing.
for example yesterday Carlsen blundered a whole piece. I think now he would lose a match against Anand or Aronian
5. Magnus Carlsen
Maybe I should have put Ivanchuk the fifth
MAY BE ! :))))
this is about a leader of the final Grand Slam tournament versus Carlsen, Anand, Aronian :)
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