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My pet theory is that players in isolated communities (e.g. from different eras, or from one platform to another) can be compared by considering the probability of a draw. We see in high level play that draws are quite common, with more than half the games ending in a draw. High skill players are less likely to make mistakes that lead to a loss. In my study ...


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FIDE operated tournaments are more likely to process the data and results more promptly as it doesn't require a significant amount of correspondence. I have played FIDE tournaments and had updates reflected within hours, I have played FIDE tournaments and the results weren't updated till about 24 hours after the last game. National tournaments that have take ...


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