Leinier and Bruzón down in world rankings
- Submitted by: Camila
- 12 / 04 / 2014
Cuban chess players Leinier Dominguéz and Lázaro Bruzón down in world rankings but few were unchanged in their Elo points. The list shall apply throughout the month of December.
Leinier maintained with 2726 Elo points and put down from 24 to 29, but is still the first Latin American on the ranking. November was a month of inactivity and met expected in the coming days will take part in Mind Games in Beijing, China, although this is a contest without influence on the classic ranking.
Something similar happened to Bruzón, who no items reported in the last period has 2668 units and changed the place 77 for 81.
The list is led by Norwegian Magnus Carlsen, recently airy defending his world title and owner of 2862 points, one less than the previous month.
The Italian Fabiano Caruana reappeared second despite yielded 10 units and now exhibits 2829 points.