FIDE vs Chess.com ratings explained

DjonniDerevnja
Blunderpatzer wrote:

I looked at some of your games before and I think you are easily 1500 fide if you concentrate more. 

Thanks ,

I just started playing the autumn tournament in Nordstrand sjakklubb now, and I am very curious if I can focus well enough. My opponents are rated between nothing and 2041, averaging at 1596. Next game I meet a 1583. Interesting. 

The first game went my way, meeting a small new kid that made a dubious queen e7  move against my Max Lange-related Italian opening. .  I had a chess journalists attention during the game (Bergstad), and he thought it was very interesting, showed me a couple of ideas that I didn't see, but it was not decisive because I had found another safe way to get the point. It is difficult to find better alternative moves when I already have focus on a specific plan that looks winning.

 

CHRIST_the_only_way

internet and over the board...two different worlds...never can be the same

8K0

My chess.com rating is standard-1629,blitz-1653,& bullet-1420, & tactics-2027. What should be my fide rating? I'm an unrated.

RussellWestbr00k

ok im about 1620 fide lets get it

 

maddyshiva

My highest chess.com rating is almost 1400,but FIDE rating 1181!?

pawnstorm17

incredible, now that I'm taking my QBA (Quantitative & Business Analytics) I could somehow (yeah, only somehow) relate on these statistics -- cool and a great job done by @GagarinGambit! kudos bro!

superchessmachine

Dis guy knows da wae

SeniorPatzer

So a 1500 blitz rating on chess.com represents aproximately what FIDE rating with what standard deviation?

Aaravm

and also a 1500 rapid rating

SmyslovFan
SeniorPatzer wrote:

So a 1500 blitz rating on chess.com represents aproximately what FIDE rating with what standard deviation?

The first post in this thread actually answers this exact question!

JasmineKitten
SmyslovFan wrote:
SeniorPatzer wrote:

So a 1500 blitz rating on chess.com represents aproximately what FIDE rating with what standard deviation?

The first post in this thread actually answers this exact question!

Pawsibbly.

SeniorPatzer
SeniorPatzer wrote:
SmyslovFan wrote:
SeniorPatzer wrote:

So a 1500 blitz rating on chess.com represents aproximately what FIDE rating with what standard deviation?

The first post in this thread actually answers this exact question!

I used up my one dumb question per month   Good thing August is almost done!

 

hahahahaiii

hahaha....online players are weak....they not even know how to play chess...they are good because computer...wake up...play real chess...join real tournament

drmrboss

Impressive survey with sound background knowledge about statistics.

 

Good Job, OP.

Oscarrealty

Thanks for your accurate analysis.

Thank you very much.

Regards from Mexico City.

kolcon

Any update on the numbers? (the first analysis is 5 years old now...)

ChessDryad

I'm not a mathematician, but even so, what I see looks very impressive. Players here have pointed out that young players improve rapidly and are almost always under rated.  What about older players on the downhill slide of being over 40 or 50 or 60? We're almost always over rated. I used to be a NM strength player when I was playing. Since I haven't played a serious tournament in over 30 years, I'm very over rated now.  USCF regular rating 2276, quick 2290 (based on 3 games) and blitz 2081 (based on 14 games). Chess.com daily 2122, rapid 1957 and blitz 2005. It seems to me that your initial research should have included age as well.

Atif1000Zaman

Thanks allot... Learnt lot about rating... Good work...

 

SpiderUnicorn

My FIDE rating is currently 1689.

Bhavik2007

Hi, this a really interesting method, though my FIDE rating and chess.com ratings have no correlation.

FIDE rating: 1608

Chess.com Bullet: 1984

Chess.com Blitz: 2067

Chess.com Rapid: 1964

Chess.com Puzzles: 2645