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@francopawnPerhaps a large difference in ratings?ðŸ¤”said

I noticed that after a drawn game, I lost six points and my opponent gained six points. Is there some logic to that? If so, it eludes me.

@francopawnIf you're rated higher than him, you're expected to win. A drawn game is a bit of an upset.said

I noticed that after a drawn game, I lost six points and my opponent gained six points. Is there some logic to that? If so, it eludes me.

Use the calculator below to see rating results Vs any player. In real terms a stronger player can lose points even beating a player correct me if I'm wrong 350 elo difference

https://crowthornechess.org.uk/elo-calculator/

On the FIDE calculator https://ratings.fide.com/calc.phtml?page=change a 2500 player who draws with a 2000 player loses 16 points with a K of 40

Difference of more than 400 is counted as 400.

Rating: 2500

Opponent Rating: 2000

Score: 0.5 / K factor: 40

Rating Change is: -16.8

@francopawnThe rating system on here is explained fully in FAQsaid

I noticed that after a drawn game, I lost six points and my opponent gained six points. Is there some logic to that? If so, it eludes me.