FargoRate is a date-driven, performance-based system that computes ratings for amateurs and professionals worldwide by coupling win/loss data across local leagues, states, regions, countries, and continents. All pool players everywhere, whether male or female, amateur or pro are rated on the same scale. A Fargo rating of 620 means the same thing in Halifax, Nova Scotia as it does in Phoenix, Arizona.
800 top world-class professional
700 top regional player in the US threat to run six in a row if the break is working
600 likely to cash in the BCA Open division but probably won't make it to the top 32
has run three-in-row multiple times and maybe four-in-a row a time or two.
500 good local league player; runs out first time at the table in about 10% of the games
400 runs out first time at the table in about 1% of the games (once or twice a season)
300 beginner league player
200 absolute beginner; may miscue frequently