Is there any relation or any attempt at discovering a relation between Chess960 ratings and standard chess ratings? This can be for GMs, for (any)M's, for pro players, or for all players on lichess/chess.com (for whatever lichess/chess.com statistics are available), but preferably for as many categories/divisions/what you call it as possible.
I'm looking for something similar to this reddit post: I made a website to compare chess ratings between Chess.com, LiChess, FIDE, & USCF. This way 1 might see eg 9LX ratings on lichess are about 100 points less than standard blitz ratings on lichess or 200 points less than standard rapid ratings on lichess.
Something I thought: I guess there's weekly rating distributions.
For example in the 'week' (whatever this means) of 2021-11-12 13:50:07Z (the time now) 49% is 1575 in 9LX, 50% is 1525 in blitz and 49% is 1525 in rapid. Assuming everyone on lichess plays 9LX, blitz and rapid about the same, I guess this suggests 9LX ratings are about 50 points higher than regular ratings, which of course is not the case.
I guess what would be helpful is seeing the blitz and rapid percentiles conditioned on non-provisional 9LX ratings. Of course there's the lack of time control separation in 9LX ratings. Perhaps we might do some weighted average like if 90% 9LX games are blitz and 10% are rapid then.......idk.
- Or if we just assume all the 9LX games are blitz 9LX games, then what if anything do the weekly rating distributions tell us: standard blitz and then 9LX (which we might pretend is 9LX blitz)? For example, here are the rating distributions for this week: