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How to calculate FIDE's Perfect Tournament Performance (PTP)?

"The rating of each opponent" has to be the opponent's rating according to the actual FIDE rating list. "Performance rating" isn't mentioned in 10.3, so if they had meant the ...
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Difficulty of problems for different rating levels

I find that the higher your rating is, the more experience you have, and you will become faster. That experience helps in recognizing a particular situation, which will give you a hint of what to do. ...
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Are engine ratings directly comparable to human-level play?

From the Stockfish FAQ, it is basically impossible to compare human and engine ELO, which is highly dependent on rating pool (which other engines played), hardware, time control, and choice of opening ...
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Which FIDE ratings correspond to the different Stockfish levels at 5+3?

Assuming you play one of them at 5+3 time controls and are as likely to lose as you are to win, then how good would you be on FIDE's rating scale? Ratings are not absolute values of chess ability or ...
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USCF rating floor exploitation

the outcome of a game produces a zero-sum change in ratings between the two players It's not zero-sum in the USCF. Due to the rather convoluted way K is calculated, it's likely that the lower rated ...
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