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. Wulfy2644
2. nemethjanos2606
3. HoranyiMiki2364
4. MorgoBorg2347
5. Sakkzseni2222
6. szjano1911
7. Kelo941801
8. holzmann1662
9. doromb20011600
10. haramis1578
11. ToalmasiH1540
12. hbaka_781508
13. Zsombokra1505
14. Borgulyas1477
15. BrandAndi1418
16. Csaklassan1398
17. utitoka071388
18. somost911373
19. terembura211349
20. Alapka191340
21. MSZL1275
22. king19871275
23. traubent1260
24. KisZzzz1255
25. felbeni1252
26. Bordonka1228
27. Tempkert1221
28. Queenone1185
29. abdulla20001140
30. perczelzoli1140
31. Hova20201138
32. Jozsi1128
33. hvendeg1128
34. punhague1127
35. krmrtaa1119
36. Tlkn20061104
37. Morfondos1095
38. K1982toni1042
39. kalpag19671041
40. krono19891039
41. robotkas1032
42. EgyAros1012
43. Egyremegy1010
44. mutatvany992
45. indaiane978
46. Igasfer23976
47. axioma0971
48. Kissnad968
49. jebela957
50. formose938
51. Gambit1946918
52. Garam04900
53. arnikiss898
54. Donbonkap896
55. clomp123892
56. krom45h4887
57. orbita01882
58. pozdor12881
59. csomag1987849
60. mugliver14827
61. iazooka819
62. andornax782
63. csomor7474593
64. Telebes67546
65. abauj1234543
66. bordo3000482
67. idofoga474

Top lists of skill developing trainings


1. nemethjanos2559
2. Wulfy2316
3. MorgoBorg2112
4. yoseka291852
5. orbita011747
6. Tempkert1740
7. Kelo941727
8. indaiane1712
9. krmrtaa1508
10. Bordonka1464
11. aurigas1452
12. Hova20201447
13. Fluxus1413
14. utitoka071403
15. szjano1397
16. Egyremegy1333
17. terembura211319
18. axioma01315
19. mutatvany1307
20. Borgulyas1299
21. traubent1226
22. haramis1220
23. MSZL1209
24. felbeni1193
25. ToalmasiH1166
26. iazooka1164
27. csomag19871158
28. K1982toni1144
29. kalpag19671142
30. idofoga1140
31. Zsombokra1138
32. hbaka_781135
33. doromb20011090
34. robotkas1090
35. Igasfer23984
36. bordo3000952
37. krono1989945
38. Queenone942
39. Tlkn2006936
40. formose928
41. pozdor12919
42. hvendeg900
43. perczelzoli867
44. mugliver14854
45. EgyAros816
46. Donbonkap807
47. king1987787
48. Morfondos781
49. krom45h4774
50. Csaklassan764
51. Alapka19756
52. Telebes67739
53. clomp123675
54. abauj1234664
55. csomor7474622
56. somost91610
57. andornax608
58. BrandAndi597
59. Gambit1946590
60. geri46590
61. Kissnad577
62. KisZzzz556
63. Garam04532

Number of
good solutions


1. formose1038
2. utitoka07931
3. Tempkert921
4. krono1989890
5. orbita01854
6. doromb2001839
7. Morfondos832
8. Donbonkap831
9. csomor7474828
10. robotkas825
11. Egyremegy820
12. Wulfy812
13. krmrtaa794
14. pozdor12788
15. mugliver14781
16. felbeni776
17. Gambit1946758
18. ToalmasiH751
19. andornax731
20. Telebes67728
21. Hova2020727
22. clomp123722
23. haramis719
24. king1987713
25. K1982toni708
26. KisZzzz708
27. Bordonka705
28. Garam04703
29. idofoga699
30. bordo3000688
31. iazooka684
32. MorgoBorg678
33. hbaka_78677
34. somost91677
35. Borgulyas664
36. abauj1234656
37. krom45h4656
38. Tlkn2006653
39. traubent623
40. axioma0613
41. Igasfer23611
42. BrandAndi604
43. csomag1987602
44. kalpag1967595
45. terembura21591
46. Csaklassan590
47. Zsombokra590
48. Alapka19587
49. MSZL565
50. Queenone564
51. Kissnad552
52. mutatvany551
53. EgyAros545
54. hvendeg413
55. nemethjanos300
56. Sakkzseni56
57. geri4644
58. szjano35
59. Kelo9429
60. aurigas19
61. jebela16
62. perczelzoli16
63. abdulla200012
64. HoranyiMiki10
65. Jozsi8
66. arnikiss7
67. holzmann2
68. yoseka292
69. Fluxus1
70. indaiane1
71. punhague1
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