Is there any chance that a 1300 rated player can beat a 2700 rated player?


  • 41 hours ago · Quote · #5201

    gchess33

    The problem is if a 1300 rated player plays the amount of games required according to the equation to get a win or even a draw, his playing strength should be significantly more than 1300 by that time.

  • 41 hours ago · Quote · #5202

    fianchetto123

    gchess33 wrote:

    The problem is if a 1300 rated player plays the amount of games required according to the equation to get a win or even a draw, his playing strength should be significantly more than 1300 by that time.

    A probability is not an "amount of games required."

  • 9 hours ago · Quote · #5203

    Chessnutcafe

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  • 9 hours ago · Quote · #5204

    Chessnutcafe

    mdinnerspace wrote:

    96 % alcohol is impossible !!

    Well, if you were to drink it, wouldn't it be fatal ?

    40 % = 80 proof

    50% = 100 proof

    Pure grain alcohol is 100% or 200 proof, there's 151 rum and Everclear is (i think) 180 proof.

  • 9 hours ago · Quote · #5205

    DJsStudio

    I've been as high as 2100 strength and there is ZERO chance I could beat a 2700 in a rated game where he didn't have to leave for an emergency. A 2400 would be a small percentage chance of a draw. Possibly .01% or .015% of winning. Maybe less :0

  • 4 hours ago · Quote · #5206

    Elubas

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