a 1500 player

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Ron Thomson

Ron Thomson Asked 11 years ago

Hi, can you please explain what they mean when they say he is a  a 1500 or a 2000 player.

Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 11 years ago

Hi Ron,

This is a USTTA rating that people are referring to.

Perhaps someone who is in the sysytem could explain more on the relative standards. 

A Rating for:

a beginner who is playing their first tournament
a player who has played for a year
a player at high club level
a player at State level
a player in the National team


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Tom Pollard

Tom Pollard Posted 11 years ago

The chart on the following page may help you make sense of the USATT rating system, http://www.usatt.org/member_rankings.shtml

Beginners playing their first tournaments will usually have ratings below 1000.  An average club player (at the club I belong to) probably has a rating around 1500. 


Kaustubh Kulkarni

Kaustubh Kulkarni Posted 8 years ago

Hey! I tried that link.

That link does not work.

Tom Pollard

Tom Pollard Posted 8 years ago

The USATT moved their site a few years ago and so the link changed.  Here's a current link to a chart showing the distribution of ratings among USATT members.

Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario from PingSkills Posted 8 years ago

Thanks Tom.

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