Chess, the game that we all love and have grown up with, is getting bigger and bigger.
The games we play now have become so popular that it’s hard to keep up.
But in the meantime, the top chess players are getting better at their craft.
Here are the top five players in chess and their current positions in the World Chess Championship rankings.
Garry Kasparov, RussiaThe world champion of chess has been at the top of the game since the beginning of the century.
He has won five world titles and one world title.
He is the world number one player and the number one world chess player.
He beat Russian legend Garry Kasperov in their first meeting in 2007.
His opponent in the 2008 U.S. Open, Magnus Carlsen, is also ranked number one.
He also has a record of five consecutive victories in a Grand Slam match, and won the first match of the 2011-2012 European Open.
In 2015, he made history by becoming the first player to beat a grandmaster in a major tournament.
He lost the final game against world number three David Goffin but went on to win the second game, winning the match 5-4.
The match was a rematch of the 2015 match, but Goffin was not even on the winning side.
He ended up winning the 2016 match.2.
Fabiano Caruana, SpainCaruana is ranked number two in the global rankings, with an 11.6 rating.
His latest world title was won in the 2016 French Open, which he won 6-4, 6-2, 6.6-4 over Alexander Grischuk.
In the same tournament, he lost the last game against Russian Alexander Grushko.3.
Magnus Carlson, NorwayCarlson is ranked in the top three in chess history.
He became the world champion in 2003 and was the top player for a couple of years.
He then took a break from chess and started working at a casino.
He’s been in the Top 10 in the latest World Chess Rankings for five consecutive years.
The latest ranking is at #3.4.
Viswanathan Anand, IndiaAnand is ranked at #4 in the chess world rankings.
Anand defeated Magnus Carl, who was ranked number eight in the rankings at the time, in the 2014-2015 Indian Open.5.
David Goff, BritainGoff defeated David Navara, who is ranked #7 in the new rankings, in a tiebreak match in 2018.
The two players had been playing for a long time and had a good relationship.
Anzhi Makhachkala had also beaten Navara in the past.
The U.K. Chess Association, which is responsible for the rankings, said the results were not a surprise.
The ranking of the top 50 players in world chess will be announced on Wednesday.