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Old August 19th 03, 01:32 PM
Howard Goldowsky
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Default USCF rating floors...


Here is the formula for determining your USCF rating floor:
(1) Take your highest published rating.
(2) Subtract 100 points
(3) Round down to the nearest whole thousandth.

If your highest rating was 1999, your rating floor is 1800.
If your highest rating was 2001, your rating floor is 1900.

Howard Goldowsky

(Ivan) wrote in message . com...

How much money do you have to win in order to get a rating floor when
you play in one of the class sections of a big national tournament.

For example, is it based on how much money you win or if you win first
also, can you get a 2200 rating floor from winning a U2200 section??


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