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    • Rating: 2741
    • World No. 21

    Ian Nepomniachtchi

    • Born: Jul 14, 1990 (Age 27)
    • Peak Rating: 2767
    • Blitz Rating: 2880
    • Rapid Rating: 2821
    Born in the same year as Magnus Carlsen and Sergey Karjakin, Nepomniachtchi initially had the edge over his rivals
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    • Rating: 2739
    • World No. 22

    Radoslaw Wojtaszek

    • Born: Jan 13, 1987 (Age 30)
    • Peak Rating: 2750
    • Blitz Rating: 2743
    • Rapid Rating: 2735
    Poland's top grandmaster is best known as one of Viswanathan Anand’s seconds, but since helping Anand defeat Vladimir Kramnik in 2008 his rating has risen dramatically
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    • Rating: 2739
    • World No. 23

    Leinier Dominguez Perez

    • Born: Sep 23, 1983 (Age 33)
    • Peak Rating: 2768
    • Blitz Rating: 2796
    • Rapid Rating: 2803
    Dominguez is Latin America’s top player and a 4-time Champion of Cuba
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    • Rating: 2739
    • World No. 24

    Quang Liem Le

    • Born: Mar 13, 1991 (Age 26)
    • Peak Rating: 2739
    • Blitz Rating: 2843
    • Rapid Rating: 2771
    The young Vietnamese player's debut in elite chess was one of the most impressive in recent years
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    • Rating: 2738
    • World No. 25

    Michael Adams

    • Born: Nov 17, 1971 (Age 45)
    • Peak Rating: 2761
    • Blitz Rating: 2768
    • Rapid Rating: 2764
    Nicknamed “spiderman” for his ability to weave a web around his opponents
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    • Rating: 2737
    • World No. 26

    Boris Gelfand

    • Born: Jun 24, 1968 (Age 49)
    • Peak Rating: 2777
    • Blitz Rating: 2792
    • Rapid Rating: 2755
    In 2012 Gelfand came within a whisker of becoming World Champion at the age of 43, only losing out to Viswanathan Anand in rapid tiebreaks
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    • Rating: 2734
    • World No. 27

    Pavel Eljanov

    • Born: May 10, 1983 (Age 34)
    • Peak Rating: 2765
    • Blitz Rating: 2680
    • Rapid Rating: 2724
    Twice an Olympic Champion with the Ukrainian team
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    • Rating: 2728
    • World No. 29

    Etienne Bacrot

    • Born: Jan 22, 1983 (Age 34)
    • Peak Rating: 2749
    • Blitz Rating: 2744
    • Rapid Rating: 2733
    Seven-time French Champion Etienne Bacrot was a true prodigy who in 1997 became the youngest grandmaster in history at the age of only 14 years and 2 months
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    • Rating: 2728
    • World No. 30

    Nikita Vitiugov

    • Born: Feb 4, 1987 (Age 30)
    • Peak Rating: 2747
    • Blitz Rating: 2727
    • Rapid Rating: 2712
    Nikita has had to do things the hard way, playing in six of the seven Russian Championship Superfinals from 2006-2012 only after qualifying through the extremely tough Russian Higher League
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    • Rating: 2728
    • World No. 31

    Maxim Matlakov

    • Born: Mar 5, 1991 (Age 26)
    • Peak Rating: 2730
    • Blitz Rating: 2752
    • Rapid Rating: 2708
    Maxim’s potential was clear from his victories in the Russian Youth Championships, where he claimed the U12, 14, 16 and 18 titles
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