1200 is a perfectly okay rating for a beginner to have (I was rated 816 once), but definitely not one you want to have for a long time. My advice? Work on tactics! This should get you to 1400-1600 in no time. Read more
The average scholastic tournament player has a rating of around 600. A "strong" non-tournament player, or a beginning tournament player who has gained some basic experience, might have a rating 800 to 1000. The average adult tournament player in the USCF is rated around 1400.
1500 on chess.com is indeed a good rating. Your USCF rating would be in the range of 1300 -1700 depends on how you play in the tournaments.
a person who is rated 1200 is a little above a beginner level who has basic knowledge of principles in chess(control the center, get your king castled, basic tactics etc.). the main difference between a 1200 and someone who is stronger(say like a person who is 1400 on chess.com) is mainly tactical vision.
1700-1900: a very good chess player. Makes few mistakes. Has reached a level of mastery that most Chess players will never reach. Probably knows a good deal about chess openings and end games.
1000 - is a normal rating for beginner or small kid. 1100 - person definitely knows rules. 1200 - average adult beginner. 1300 - that person might have played several hundreds games and may have basic knowledge of 2–3 openings.
2100 is still a decent player. A GM can expect to win most games in classical chess vs that level of player (but not all) - but blitz is a great leveller. The faster the time control, the more the rating difference OTB is negated.
Super-grandmasters are players whose ratings — the performance numbers used to create rankings — have crossed 2,700. (Grandmasters usually have ratings over 2,500.) There are 24 super-grandmasters, with another 16 within 20 rating points of 2,700.
About 2.5 months total to break 1200. 3.5 months to break 1300.
Average opponent rating is 1000 plus at any given point in time. 1100 is above that average, so I would say yes, that's a decent rating. It will improve the more you play ( and learn.)
Because of the rating floor in FIDE's rating system, 1001 is the lowest attainable rating. A handful of players have this rating, most of them kids. The rating floor was initially 2200, but was lowered to 2000, and later to 1800, then 1600, 1400, 1200 and now finally 1000.
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Grandmaster (abbreviated as GM, sometimes International Grandmaster or IGM is used) is awarded to world-class chess masters. Apart from World Champion, Grandmaster is the highest title a chess player can attain. ... The minimum rating is 2400 for the IM title. FIDE Master (abbreviated as FM).
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Friend of Magnus Carlsen. Chess players have a tendency to scoff at players rated lower than themselves, but truth be told a 1400 is a pretty good chess player. It's a typical club player. For instance, a 1400 will easily beat any beginner who is inexperienced with competitive chess.
A 1600 rating is definitely above average! Everyone at the site starts at 1200, so 1600 is a good rating. For most people online ratings are a bit higher than national or fide ratings.
1300 is not good and a mid-low rating has no correlation with mastering any chess skill. The strengths and weaknesses of low and medium rating players are of all colors and flavors. You can't tell in advance the type of mistake that he will make nor when. Some can play a good game from time to time.
A rating of 800 is pretty bad. Though I would differentiate between "You are playing bad" and "You are doing bad". The fact that you are playing pretty bad is obvious as your rating and play are showing this very clearly (went over your last 2 games).
The best club players are usually only around 2000 or so, and a decent club player is in the 1600–1800 range and both usually take many years to get there.
Lichess uses Glicko-2. FIDE uses Elo. Glicko-2 is more accurate than Elo in predicting the outcome of a game. Hence, Lichess' rating is more accurate than FIDE's.
Player Category According To Rating
Grandmasters: Usually 2500 or higher. International masters: Usually between 2400 and 2500. FIDE master: Usually between 2300 and 2400. FIDE candidate master/National Master: usually between 2200 and 2300.
A very extensive program, covering full working days, including chess theory, going through games, practising and learning specific openings, analysis, going through an enormous amount of problems, and playing rapid and classical games.