How do you get 10 rating?

brynodawgfoo
I think he means after you win a game

You have to play higher rated players than you
1jdo

Maybe

eric0022

If by this you mean "how to reach a rating number of 10", well, you may be on your way to the Guinness Book of World Records.

 

If by this you mean "how to gain 10 rating points after a game", there are two ways to achieve this. One is to win a player around 100 rating points higher than you. Another is more suitable for newbies or players who have not played for a while, where the rating deviation (RD) is high. 

Manatini
RedGirlZ wrote:

Absolutely fantastic post...

Even worse, most people can't bother to point out 100 is the lowest for game ratings.

An inane question followed by a bunch of inane answers.

Manatini
eric0022 wrote:

If by this you mean "how to reach a rating number of 10", well, you may be on your way to the Guinness Book of World Records.

 

If by this you mean "how to gain 10 rating points after a game", there are two ways to achieve this. One is to win a player around 100 rating points higher than you. Another is more suitable for newbies or players who have not played for a while, where the rating deviation (RD) is high. 

A typical RD will get you 10 points for a win vs an equally rated opponent.

You'd have to play quite a lot to get your RD so low you're gaining less (many people do, but 10 points for beating an equal rated player is about average).

1jdo

I don’t really understand the second part.

eric0022
1jdo wrote:

I don’t really understand the second part.

 

Remember the time when you created your account and you played your first game, your rating change is much more than 10?

 

I have checked your archive for your rapid games. On your very first game against a 1100+, you won the game and your rating improved from 1200 to 1352 (a +152 change). On your second game against a 1300+, you lost the game, thereby bringing your rating to 1229 (a -123 rating change).

 

The swing is still within hundreds.

 

But now, your latest 50 games are played within a time span of two weeks. Your rating deviation (RD) for rapid games is currently 38, which is accurate enough to not allow large rating swings.

 

On one of your games against a then-1700 on Aug 1 (a week ago), you won the game (as Black) and your rating improved from 1623 to 1633 (a +10 rating change).

 

At your current frequency of playing, to gain 10 rating points from a single game, you will need to win a player approximately 100 rating points higher than your rating.

1jdo

Thanks for the info

1jdo

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1jdo

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Pulpofeira
SorryImAnon escribió:
Onetimejdsnakj22 wrote:
You can only get a 10 or below rating in tactics & lessons; for your game ratings, 100 is the lowest the bar goes on this site.

Any examples of what a 100 rating level game looks like?

Max Deutsch vs Magnus Carlsen.

Lord_Hammer

This thread is STILL active? 

m_connors
1jdo wrote:

I don’t really understand the second part.

I don't really understand any of this . . .

 

1jdo
m_connors wrote:
1jdo wrote:

I don’t really understand the second part.

I don't really understand any of this . . .

 

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