Rule of 350 Points in Rating Difference
1. It was Grandmaster Anand Viswanathan (India) who proposed to use the rule of 350 points in rating difference.
2. FIDE was using the rule of 350 points in rating difference from 1 April 2006 to 1 July 2009.
3. The FIDE Handbook stated the rule as this, ” A difference in rating of more than 350 points shall be counted for rating purposes as though it were a difference of 350 points”.
4. The following is a simple example when the rule was used:
5. FIDE calculated Elo results for Player C:
6. Applying the FIDE rule of 350 points was the following:
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