TEST TOPLISTS


The data comes from the rating achieved and the percentage of performance achieved at that level.

Top lists of skill developing tests


1. euchessB8x32701
2. B.Sztella2696
3. euchessA7b22663
4. Tatikapatika2609
5. vadkacsa2609
6. Tempkert2590
7. Stone2554
8. DanielZsolt1232504
9. idofoga2484
10. Zerosix852412
11. vbobita2398
12. Egyremegy2346
13. Csaklassan2332
14. formose2330
15. Gambit19462326
16. Igasfer232271
17. Marosi2221
18. NogradyVilmos2221
19. gargoyle2212
20. Dtvezer2203
21. mugliver142196
22. spongyabob2195
23. sztyepan2102
24. MorgoBorg2037
25. szekeress1999
26. Fazek1989
27. EgyAros1977
28. clomp1231923
29. andineni1915
30. GylgE41908
31. dunkl11860
32. terembura211860
33. Morfondos1857
34. Zsombokra1807
35. bigrabo1807
36. burikata1803
37. Pifek1773
38. Pandabarni1767
39. doromb20011724
40. retkessandor1711
41. joko531686
42. Queenone1638
43. pcsongi1618
44. Telebes671567
45. RBende1538
46. krom45h41534
47. Kacsandi1497
48. Pyseus1493
49. csomor74741481
50. imre45721479
51. KisZzzz1473
52. csideysz1452
53. Tlkn20061364
54. krono19891294
55. Fenyisakk1205
56. Cosmin0011185
57. aurigas1167
58. Georgina1163
59. Fazekas1144
60. Losisuli1144
61. tutu1141
62. king19871139
63. Mojka1128
64. bordo30001119
65. Darell1441118
66. Domborka1106
67. davidm1104
68. Mgmg9001098
69. Oregsakkos1059
70. traubent989
71. logikusak847
72. Wanderlich-Madaras811
73. BrandAndi663
74. kalpag1967651

Top lists of skill developing trainings


1. B.Sztella2810
2. DanielZsolt1232746
3. euchessB8x32710
4. euchessA7b22491
5. vadkacsa2489
6. Darell1442445
7. Morfondos2424
8. Pifek2412
9. BrandAndi2390
10. EgyAros2389
11. Losisuli2359
12. doromb20012313
13. Zerosix852252
14. szekeress2210
15. szuhai492143
16. logikusak2070
17. krono19892065
18. VMiki2063
19. bordo30002046
20. Egyremegy2000
21. king19871975
22. Tempkert1924
23. NogradyVilmos1894
24. kalpag19671889
25. torokm1889
26. terembura211844
27. PeTheBest1830
28. Gambit19461704
29. kutoli1696
30. Hvendeg1671
31. idofoga1636
32. Pandabarni1632
33. Fenyisakk1609
34. spongyabob1592
35. MorgoBorg1581
36. Marosi1556
37. Tlkn20061535
38. tutu1531
39. aurigas1522
40. krom45h41420
41. eniko_kurcsik1400
42. valkurs1400
43. Csaklassan1383
44. formose1373
45. mrpluss1311
46. andineni1241
47. dasa1233
48. csillagszilvi1220
49. Igasfer231206
50. Mojka1202
51. Georgina1183
52. euchessK9q41125
53. Telebes671115
54. csomor74741103
55. Vasvari1054
56. clomp1231026
57. Domborka1024
58. boda981
59. mugliver14938
60. Zsombokra647
61. KisZzzz587
62. Queenone569
63. pcsongi560
64. traubent475
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