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. Stone2692
3. euchessA7b22663
4. B.Sztella2657
5. EgyAros2628
6. vadkacsa2609
7. Tatikapatika2607
8. Csenge2606
9. DanielZsolt1232596
10. formose2574
11. Tempkert2533
12. Gambit19462471
13. Zerosix852412
14. Egyremegy2405
15. vbobita2398
16. krono19892374
17. Marosi2221
18. NogradyVilmos2221
19. gargoyle2212
20. Dtvezer2203
21. spongyabob2195
22. clomp1232194
23. Pandabarni2184
24. traubent2106
25. sztyepan2102
26. kellad2031
27. doromb20012025
28. szekeress1999
29. Fazek1989
30. andineni1915
31. GylgE41908
32. MorgoBorg1900
33. mugliver141882
34. dunkl11860
35. Morfondos1838
36. krom45h41827
37. bigrabo1807
38. burikata1803
39. Pifek1773
40. Tlkn20061743
41. retkessandor1711
42. joko531686
43. Queenone1636
44. pcsongi1618
45. bordo30001586
46. RBende1538
47. Zsombokra1529
48. Kacsandi1497
49. Pyseus1493
50. imre45721479
51. csideysz1452
52. Igasfer231357
53. Domborka1301
54. Fenyisakk1205
55. aurigas1204
56. VegitaSSJ1187
57. Cosmin0011185
58. Ozire1164
59. nagysebi1164
60. Georgina1163
61. Fazekas1144
62. Losisuli1144
63. tutu1141
64. idofoga1136
65. csomor74741129
66. Mojka1128
67. uariel751125
68. Darell1441118
69. davidm1104
70. Mgmg9001098
71. Telebes671093
72. jebela1087
73. Oregsakkos1059
74. BrandAndi1022
75. Csaklassan962
76. logikusak847
77. terembura21833
78. Wanderlich-Madaras811
79. KisZzzz784
80. Denizk775
81. king1987592
82. kalpag1967530

Top lists of skill developing trainings


1. Stone3076
2. B.Sztella2810
3. DanielZsolt1232746
4. euchessB8x32710
5. Igasfer232696
6. MorgoBorg2696
7. csomor74742671
8. euchessA7b22491
9. vadkacsa2489
10. BrandAndi2467
11. Darell1442445
12. idofoga2444
13. Pifek2412
14. Losisuli2359
15. king19872329
16. EgyAros2263
17. jani2253
18. Pandabarni2224
19. Tempkert2221
20. szekeress2210
21. Lajos19602160
22. szuhai492143
23. logikusak2070
24. VMiki2063
25. Gambit19462061
26. doromb20012057
27. Tlkn20062040
28. bordo30001976
29. NogradyVilmos1894
30. torokm1889
31. PeTheBest1830
32. andineni1827
33. Zerosix851813
34. Morfondos1760
35. kutoli1696
36. Hvendeg1671
37. kalpag19671662
38. aurigas1629
39. Fenyisakk1609
40. spongyabob1592
41. Marosi1556
42. tutu1531
43. Csaklassan1498
44. Egyremegy1414
45. eniko_kurcsik1400
46. valkurs1400
47. terembura211363
48. mrpluss1311
49. dasa1233
50. Csenge1223
51. csillagszilvi1220
52. krom45h41206
53. Mojka1202
54. mugliver141198
55. Georgina1183
56. Telebes671155
57. euchessK9q41125
58. Vasvari1054
59. boda981
60. formose976
61. traubent940
62. Zsombokra845
63. krono1989822
64. Queenone768
65. KisZzzz745
66. Domborka658
67. clomp123637
68. pcsongi560
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