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SELECT name FROM mydb ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 10;

The query above will be returning the first 10 ranks.

How can I change the LIMIT, or maybe is there any other syntax to query the 10th rank through the 20th rank? 

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You have to use the following:

SELECT name FROM mydb ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 10,10;

Check this out! 

The two arguments 10,10 are (Offset, Limit). Hence, the above is going to retrieve rows 11-20.

9,11 Would be needed to take the 10th - 20th rank.

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