Who Are The Top 3 Chess Players? 20.05.2023 ➡️ Learn Chess: ➡️ Free Chess Courses: ➡️ Probably Edited By: Post navigation PreviousNext 39 Comments Classical1.carlsen2.ding3.nepo/caruana Blitz 1.carlsen/nakamura2.alireza3.dingRapid1.carlsen/nakamura2.alirezaDing/caruanaFabinho has improved massively in rapid and ding is just very very underrated, he’s easily one of the best when he’s not exhausted Reply Let's be honest, it's so close because it just depends how they're all playing.Magnus is the only clear top 3 player. All others it just depends on their form. Reply I would sayMagnusAlirezaDing Reply FIROZJA 2❤ Reply How do I get one to one class with you? Reply Nepo: crushing candidates with huge domination 2 times in a rowHikaru:4th in candidatesLevy:HiKarU iS tHe SeCoNd BeSt😂😂😂😂😂 Reply >Anish who has beaten all wcs of this year in classical Reply Top 10 chess players with the highest average rating across Classical, Blitz, and Rapid as of May 23, 2023: Magnus Carlsen (Norway) – 2852 Alireza Firouzja (Iran) – 2837 Ding Liren (China) – 2822 Fabiano Caruana (Italy) – 2817 Levon Aronian (Armenia) – 2810 Shakhriyar Mamedyarov (Azerbaijan) – 2806 Ian Nepomniachtchi (Russia) – 2803 Hikaru Nakamura (United States) – 2798 Maxime Vachier-Lagrave (France) – 2796 Veselin Topalov (Bulgaria) – 2794 List of the top 5 players with the best score against Carlsen across Classical, Blitz, and Rapid: Hikaru Nakamura (+16 -13 =10, 53.33%) Maxime Vachier-Lagrave (+14 -16 =10, 46.67%) Ian Nepomniachtchi (+13 -17 =11, 43.75%) Fabiano Caruana (+12 -18 =11, 42.86%) Ding Liren (+11 -19 =11, 40.74%) Reply Last Reply ❤❤❤ Reply First Reply It’s frank no questions asked Reply Honestly I agree with levy. Magnus is better with Hikaru close behind Reply Idk, I like Ian's last name Reply ding liren! Reply eighth Reply Magnus Hikaru and Garry Reply Alireza #1 blitz player by 19 points, 3 points more in rapid than Hikaru and much higher rating in classical so hmm.. Fabi is also slightly higher rated than Hikaru in rapid, and Ding is #2 in rapid 82 points higher than HikaruIdk probably Magnus, Alireza, and someone (Hikaru, Fabi, or Ding) Reply I sent a challenge to you it's called aarushpravee Reply Levy is the type of guy to stop his game analysis to argue with his chat Reply right now obviously magnus then hikaru then Fabi but overall in this generation Fabi is the second after magnus . Reply 1. Magnus2. Alireza3. Nepo4. Ding5. Hikaru/Fabi3 and 4 are interchangeable Reply We all know its Frank the best player in the world , give him some time soon he will become a GM no question asked Reply It's me obviously,……from the bottom Reply Magnus, Hikaru, Nepo on a good day, Fabi, Ding, Nepo on a bad day, Guccireza, Abdussatorov, So, Giri, MVL in that order. Reply It should be Magnus, alireza, hikaru, ding, Ian, fabi, anish Reply It's Levy! Reply JUST AN AVERAGE 2400 IM THINKING HE CAN COMPARE AND ANALYSE THE TOP 3000 RATED GM GAMES AND CAN TELL THE WORLD WHOS THE BEST!🤓🤓 Reply #1 hikaru#2 magnus#3 ding#4 alireza#5 frank Reply Hikaru is Vegeta. Magnus is Goku Reply L. Rozman, GothamChess and you ♡ Reply Im #2 in the world Reply We just had a world championship, we saw Ding is better than Nepo and he beat Hikaru to get there, but we all know that it was due to format. Hikaru beats Ding 6/10 in rapid and 7/10 in blitz.Hot take: Garry Kasparov with Fabianos level of preparation would easily be top 5 in the world. Reply Disappointed in the lack of Frank comments. You guys need to give that cheeky little man the respect he deserves Reply I love how he sneaked himself into the thumbnail of a video which title is: "top 3 players of chess" Reply I mean Ding Liren is the current World Champion But my list would be 1. Magnus 2. Hikaru 3. Ding Liren Reply So isn't in this convo? Reply me, mozes, and logan Reply 1. Magnus Carlsen2. Ding Liren3. Alireza Firouzja4. Hikaru Nakamura5. Fabiano Caruana6. Ian Nepomniatchi7. Wesley So8. Anish Giri Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.