ELO Accuracy Scores

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ELO Accuracy Scores

Postby BryanK » Sat May 27, 2017 6:23 pm

This is likely a "newbie" question that's been asked before. Part of my chess training is playing computer games using Lucas. I am currently playing against Rocinante 2.0, and the strength given at this site is currently 1738 (+20/−20). Is there a degree of confidence in comparing this rating to OTB opponents, either USCF or FIDE? I'm not looking for absolute precision, but I would like to get a reasonable idea of how difficult my Lucas games are so that I can get a sense of my progress. Any input is appreciated (e.g. recommended article or video).

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Re: ELO Accuracy Scores

Postby BryanK » Mon Jun 12, 2017 2:57 am

I see that no one has responded to this question. I am not looking for a precise answer, so even something along the lines of "Rocinante 2.0" is probably stronger that an ELO 1500" or something to that effect. Again, I'm not looking for a precise comparison, but at least something that gives me an idea of whether I am wasting my time playing against Rocinante 2.0 because is is far too weak, far too strong, or even "nobody really has a clue of how good these engines are".

I appreciate any feedback.

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Re: ELO Accuracy Scores

Postby Graham Banks » Sun Jun 18, 2017 7:05 am

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