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    • Rating: 2690
    • World No. 50

    Ray Robson

    • Born: Oct 25, 1994 (Age 27)
    • Peak Rating: 2690
    • Blitz Rating: 2683
    • Rapid Rating: 2644
    Ray Robson is the best young American talent to follow in the footsteps of Hikaru Nakamura and Fabiano Caruana
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    • Rating: 2690
    • World No. 51

    Jeffery Xiong

    • Born: Oct 30, 2000 (Age 21)
    • Peak Rating: 2712
    • Blitz Rating: 2727
    • Rapid Rating: 2730
    The 2016 World Junior Champion and one of the biggest US chess talents
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    • Rating: 2689
    • World No. 52

    Ivan Cheparinov

    • Born: Nov 26, 1986 (Age 35)
    • Peak Rating: 2718
    • Blitz Rating: 2695
    • Rapid Rating: 2727
    Cheparinov has struggled to emerge as a top player in his own right, but as Topalov’s second has often been credited with key theoretical discoveries
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    • Rating: 2689
    • World No. 53

    Michael Adams

    • Born: Nov 17, 1971 (Age 50)
    • Peak Rating: 2761
    • Blitz Rating: 2796
    • Rapid Rating: 2764
    Nicknamed “spiderman” for his ability to weave a web around his opponents
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    • Rating: 2688
    • World No. 54

    Vladimir Fedoseev

    • Born: Feb 16, 1995 (Age 27)
    • Peak Rating: 2733
    • Blitz Rating: 2798
    • Rapid Rating: 2810
    An ultra-aggressive young Russian chess player
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    • Rating: 2687
    • World No. 56

    Illya Nyzhnyk

    • Born: Sep 27, 1996 (Age 26)
    • Peak Rating: 2692
    • Blitz Rating: 2698
    • Rapid Rating: 2658
    Illya first caught the attention of the chess media as an 8-year-old back in 2005 when he appeared at the board clutching a teddy bear but finished towards the top of the European U10 Championship
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    • Rating: 2683
    • World No. 62

    Peter Svidler

    • Born: Jun 17, 1976 (Age 46)
    • Peak Rating: 2769
    • Blitz Rating: 2805
    • Rapid Rating: 2799
    Peter Svidler has been described as an exception who could “get by on genius alone” in a world of ultra-competitive and hard-working grandmasters
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    • Rating: 2682
    • World No. 63

    Dmitry Jakovenko

    • Born: Jun 28, 1983 (Age 39)
    • Peak Rating: 2760
    • Blitz Rating: 2673
    • Rapid Rating: 2759
    One of a “lost generation” of very strong Russian grandmasters who might have achieved greater prominence if they’d been born almost anywhere else
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    • Rating: 2678
    • World No. 64

    Vasyl Ivanchuk

    • Born: Mar 18, 1969 (Age 53)
    • Peak Rating: 2787
    • Blitz Rating: 2815
    • Rapid Rating: 2844
    The eccentric Ukrainian is one of the world’s best loved and strongest grandmasters
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    • Rating: 2677
    • World No. 66

    Zoltan Almasi

    • Born: Aug 29, 1976 (Age 46)
    • Peak Rating: 2726
    • Blitz Rating: 2585
    • Rapid Rating: 2678
    Zoltan Almasi is an eight-time Hungarian Champion, but has spent his career largely overshadowed by his younger compatriots Judit Polgar and Peter Leko
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