Master order

IAMDAGOAT123456789

Can anyone please explain to me the order of titles? Im just curious.....all Im really sure of is its IM then GM but I wanna about the others too like what order they go in...

Nightly-Knight

depends

Martin_Stahl
IAMDAGOAT123456789 wrote:

Can anyone please explain to me the order of titles? Im just curious.....all Im really sure of is its IM then GM but I wanna about the others too like what order they go in...

 

https://support.chess.com/article/705-what-are-the-different-chess-titles

 

The (W) tiles, from a rating standpoint, are around 200 points lower than the regular title.

 

Full regulations: https://handbook.fide.com/chapter/B01Regulations2017

 

NM in the US is roughly similar to CM for FIDE. Other countries with NM titles may be much different.

BlueJayChess

idk, but im pretty sure NM, CM, FM, IM, GM

CePtIcCrAsH5X_X

ok

silversnake12

Super Gm is an unofficial title for GMs with a rating over 2700

BlueJayChess
Ripley_Osbourne wrote:

NM is no FIDE title, depends on your National Federation. Then there is CM, unsure bout the specs, I suppose 2200 Elo, then FM (need once 2300 rating slow games), then IM, "once 2400 rating, plus "norms", or some titles such as national champion, may vay, the GM, rating 2500 once at least, plus norms, or other special titltes (changes with time).

See Wikipedia or FIDE pages for more detailed and accurate info.

FIDE titles are granted "for life".

yea, Nm is not FIDE given