– Russian grandmaster Sergey Karjakin has worsened its position in the ranking of the International chess Federation (FIDE), an updated version of which is published on Tuesday on the website of the organization.
Now it occupies 14-e a place, and a month earlier was located two lines above.
Two notches sank another Russian Vladimir Kramnik is now in seventh place. In the top ten there is one more representative of Russia, Alexander Grischuk. But he couldn’t hold his position dropped from seventh to eighth place.
Continues to lead the ranking of the current world champion Norwegian Magnus Carlsen.