In the last list of the top Chess players we published, we went over the best Polish Chess players. Now in this article, we’re ranking the best Danish Chess players from Denmark, starting with the number ten spot in FIDE.
10. Nikolaj Mikkelsen
Full name: Nikolaj Mikkelsen
World Ranking: 907
Rapid: Not rated
Blitz: Not rated
Classical (Std): 2475
Mikkelsen is a Danish chess player whose federation is Denmark. He is still active in his chess career and has a world ranking of 907. He has an international Master’s title with a classical standard rating of 2407. Mikkelsen has a total win of 117 (37.99%), total draws of 89 (28.9%), and a total loss of 102 (33.12%) in his past games. This makes Mikkelsen have a total score of 52.44% in his career as a Danish chess player.
9. Lars Standoff
Full name: Lars Standoff
Born: 1st January 1965
World Ranking: 892
Classical (Std): 2476
Standoff Lars is a Danish chess player born on 1st January 1965. He has a federation of Denmark and has a world ranking of 892 in his chase game career. In addition, Standoff has a Grandmaster title with a rating of rapid: 2499, Blitz: 2517, and a classical standard: 2476.
8. Bjorn Moller Ochsner
Full name: Bjorn Moller Ochsner
Title: International Master
Born: 23rd October 1994
World Ranking: 715
Born on 23rd October 1994, Ochsner Bjorn Moller a Danish chess player whose federation is Denmark has an international master title with a FIDE rating of 2563. Ochsner has a world ranking of 715 and is still active in the Danish chess championships. He has a rapid rating of 2472, a blitz rating of 2448, and a classic std rating of 2507.
7. Jakob Vang Glud
Full name: Jakob Vang Glud
World Ranking: 597
Glud Jackob Vang is a Danish player whose federation is Denmark and was born in the year 1988. He has a std rating of 2513, a rapid rating of 2521, and a blitz rating of 2564. Glud Jakob was awarded his first FIDE master title in the year 2005. He later won the international master’s title the following year. Currently, Glud Jacob has a grandmaster title which he earned in the year 2014. He has a world ranking of 597 and a FIDE rating of 2524.
6. Sune Berg Hansen
Full name: Sune Berg Hansen
Title: Grandmaster (1998)
Born: 21st April 1971
World Ranking: 516
Hansen Sune Berg who is a federation of Denmark was born on 21st April 1971. He won his international master title in the year 1993. Hansen has managed to win the Danish chess players Championship on seven different occasions. In the year 1998, Hansen was awarded a FIDE grandmaster title with a rating of rapid; 2568, blitz:2526, and a classical std of 2527. He has a world ranking of 516 and a FIDE rating of 2580 which puts Hansen at number three in Denmark.
5. Boris Chatalbashev
Full name: Boris Chatalbashev
Born: 30th January 1974
World Ranking: 452
Born on 30th January 1974, Chatalshev Boris whose federation is Denmark is a Danish chess player with a fide rating of 2515. Boris has a world ranking of 452 and is rated at Rapid; 2522, Blitz; 2613, and a classical std of 2536. Boris earned his international master title in the year 1995 and was later on awarded a FIDE grandmaster title in the year 1997.
4. Jesper Sondergaard Thybo
Full name: Jesper Sondergaard Thybo
Born: 10th January 1999
World Ranking: 411
Jesper Sondergaard Thybo whose chess federation is Denmark was born on 10th January 1999. In his active days as a chess player, Jesper has repeatedly his country of Denmark in the European chess championships where he emerged gloriously and won a gold medal in the year 2017. In the same year, Jesper earned his international master and was therefore ranked the second-best chess player in Denmark. Jasper, later on, won his Danish Chess grandmaster in the year 2020 and is currently have a rapid: 2393, blitz: 2677, and a classical std of 2449. Furthermore, Jesper has a world ranking of 411 and is still active in his chess games.
3. Allan Stig Rasmussen
Full name: Allan Stig Rasmussen
Title: Grandmaster (2009)
Born: 20th November 1983
World Ranking: 386
Rasmussen Allan Stig born on 20th November 1983 is a Danish chess player with a chess federation of Denmark and has a FIDE rating of 2550. Rasmussen won his first International master title in the year 2008. He later became glorious in 2009 when he won his grandmaster title. In addition, he is rated as rapid: 2503, blitz:2454, and a standard rating of 2550. Rasmussen has a world ranking of 386 and is still active in his chess game participation
2. Mads Andersen
Full name: Mads Andersen
Title: Grandmaster (2016)
Born: 1st March 1995
World Ranking: 246
Andersen Mads is a Danish chess player from Denmark born in 1995. Since Andersen started playing chess games, he has won the title of international master in the year 2011. In the year 2016, Andersen won his grandmaster title. Furthermore, Andersen won the Danish chess Championship twice in the year 2016 and the year 2017. In the year 2018, Andersen participated in the European Chess Game Championship. In the competition, he managed to finish in the top one hundred places after scoring 6/11.
1. Jonas Buhl Bjerre
Full name: Jonas Buhl Bjerre
Title: Grandmaster (2020)
Born: 1st January 2004
World Ranking: 186
Jonas Buhl Bjerre born on the 1st January 2004 is one of the most active Danish chess players in Denmark. He won his first FIDE master in the year 2016 and later on won the international master in the year 2018. Jonas became glorious in his chess games again in 2020 when he won his Grandmaster title. Currently, Jonas has a world ranking of 186. He is also rated with a rapid 2355, blitz 2312, and classical std 2610.
That concludes the list of the ten best Danish Chess players. If you like list posts like this, you may also be interested in seeing the ten best Indian Chess players or the best Canadian Chess players.
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