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I believe your information comes from this unofficial rating system: http://www.goratings.org/ Fan Hui's page on that site: http://www.goratings.org/players/1480.html Fan Hui only only played a few pro games - none recently - so his ranking there (or any other pro ranking system) is unreliable. 1P-9P rankings are not ratings (you only go up) and don't ...


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Just to add a few notes in addition to Pieter's answer, and with a hint to your implied question (can AlphaGo beat Lee Sedol?): First off, I'm not sure if you thought being 9p automatically means being stronger than 2p. This is not the case. However, in this particular instance, other matters are of more importance. Fan Hui has not been competing in Asian ...


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Is there any official and accessible world ranking ? No; Rankings are done by national Go organizations, with some variance existing between them. What is the exact rank of Fan Hui ? As reported here, Fan [Hui] earned a 2-dan professional ranking in China before emigrating to France, so it appears that go software has reached the level of ...


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There is no way to know your opponent's strength based on the information you posted. KGS adds the question mark to alert you about an unreliable rating, because that account has played too few games. Another clue is the graph itself. Important variations like this are typical of accounts with few games. Maybe that person only played one game in February ...



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