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I was just wondering if anyone is rated higher than, let's say 1750 in normal chess is rated HIGHER in chess 960...
I believe it would show true chess skill.
Yes I think you would have to be very positionally minded for your skill level for that to occur.
The two rating pools are different. Different players and a much lower number of games, the only way your 960 rating could be higher is if you timed out in a whole bunch of standard chess games.
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