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Elo Chess Rating System Topped By Proposed Replacements

September 21st, 2010 09:42 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

databuff writes “About six weeks ago, Slashdot reported a competition to find a chess rating algorithm that performed better than the official Elo rating system. The competition has just reached the halfway mark and the best entries have outperformed Elo by over 8 per cent. The leader is a Portrugese physicist, followed by an Israeli mathematician and then a pair of American computer scientists.”

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