Frequently asked questions : Learning, training and gaming

How does the Chessity rating compare to FIDE rating?

Your normal FIDE rating gives an indication of your overall strength as a chess player. Chessity uses different ratings: when you train tactics, you get a tactics rating, and for endgame training, you get an endgame rating.

Suppose that your FIDE rating is 2200, but your tactics raring at Chessity is 1800. That means you are probably better at openings and endgames, and there is room for improvement in your tactical game.

Is your Chessity rating for tactics 2600, but your actual rating much lower? Then you know that openings and endgames are your weaker points.

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