1. North-West Ohio
    Joined
    07 Oct '08
    Moves
    39355
    28 Jul '20 14:11
    The formula described is the higher of your (highest rating + current rating)/2 and your (highest rating - 100).
    Mine is based on my highest rating in the past 1 year and my current rating, which is below my highest rating overall - 100.
    Is the formula described incorrect or is my case a programming error? Note, my current is 1228, entry is 1301, highest in one year is 1374, but highest five year is 1485. That 1485 should make my entry level 1385, right?
  2. SubscriberPonderable
    chemist
    Linkenheim
    Joined
    22 Apr '05
    Moves
    567171
    28 Jul '20 14:52
    @jim-dandy said
    The formula described is the higher of your (highest rating + current rating)/2 and your (highest rating - 100).
    Mine is based on my highest rating in the past 1 year and my current rating, which is below my highest rating overall - 100.
    Is the formula described incorrect or is my case a programming error? Note, my current is 1228, entry is 1301, highest in one year is 1374, but highest five year is 1485. That 1485 should make my entry level 1385, right?
    Actually the "highest rating" used in the formula is the highest rating in the recent year.