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Regarding FIDE duplicate ratings.

Post by kingsmasher1 on October 6th 2013, 2:40 am

I played in a FIDE rated tournament quite sometime back, when i newly learned how to move and develop the pieces and some tactics. The tournament had rated players highest uptill 1600 i guess.

I managed to get an official FIDE rating, as it depends on the average ELO of the opponents , hence it was very less - 1259.

Now, at present i am a relatively strong player, and i consider myself to be rated around ~1800, as i have seen beating rated players playing friendly OTB, or even in chess servers.

Now, my problem is, getting the rating from 1259 to 1800 in official FIDE is never a joke, but the sad part is, i have seen people who are not as strong as me, but getting 1400-1500 rating, just because their opponents average ELO was higher.

So what should i do? I have thoughts to go and create a duplicate FIDE ID and play in tournaments, and when that gets stabilized tell FIDE to remove this rating. How does it work? Any thoughts? What is the procedure to merge/remove duplicates?

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Re: Regarding FIDE duplicate ratings.

Post by PawnCustodian on October 6th 2013, 10:11 am

I would think that registering for a tournament with a false FIDE ID would invite sanctions.

Better to just play up to your rating by entering the highest class you are eligible. There's a pretty interesting posts of the difficulties with the FIDE ratings in the general discussion area on the Chess Tempo forum.

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Re: Regarding FIDE duplicate ratings.

Post by kingsmasher1 on October 6th 2013, 11:12 am

@PawnCustodian: It's not false FIDE ID, it's starting afresh unrated, from the scratch.
Can you please post the link to the chess tempo forum, where you saw the post?

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Re: Regarding FIDE duplicate ratings.

Post by PawnCustodian on October 6th 2013, 11:58 am

kingsmasher1 wrote:@PawnCustodian: It's not false FIDE ID, it's starting afresh unrated, from the scratch.
Can you please post the link to the chess tempo forum, where you saw the post?
I didn't think you could compete with a second rating. That's a serious offense in the US where "sandbagging" is a problem in big money tournaments.

http://chesstempo.com/chess-forum/general_chess_discussion/deflation_in_the_fide_rating-t4930.0.html

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Re: Regarding FIDE duplicate ratings.

Post by BorgQueen on November 18th 2013, 5:29 pm

Definitely a no-no. Just play and don't worry so much about your rating is my advice.

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