The first column shows the relative position of the topic out of 1500, while 'V', 'A', and 'I' stand for 'Views per Day', 'Assessment', and 'Importance', respectively. For example, the main World Championship topic ranks 29th in popularity over all Wikipedia chess pages, received 550 views per day (in March 2012), is assessed to be of quality 'B' (whatever that means), and has top importance (ditto).
|43||World Championship 2012||415||Start||High|
|113||World Championship 1972||159||B||Top|
|220||World Championship 2010||68||B||Top|
|246||World Computer Championship||60||Start||Mid|
|247||Women's World Championship||60||Start||High|
|332||World Junior Championship||44||Start||Mid|
|378||List of world championship matches||38||List||Mid|
|387||World Youth Championship||37||Start||Mid|
|435||World Championship 2006||31||C||High|
|444||World Championship 2013||31||Start||Low|
See the original WikiProject page for links to specific topics and explanations of the values in the columns. Not surprisingly, the 1972 Fischer - Spassky match is the only 20th century match to make the top-10 cut. Very surprisingly, four restricted events -- Computer, Women, Junior, & Youth -- also make the cut.