When you have that many high rated players, of course you're going to have rounds of 1070. That's normal for players of that level. A player at 1030 only has 2 out of 3 rounds within 25-30 points of their rating. One out of 3 rounds is outside that range - sometimes higher, sometimes lower. Barry or Ken could have a round more than 1065 roughly 1 out of 8-9 rounds.
I totally understand that concept. A round of 1070 for Kenny or BArry is only 30 points above average - thats like me shooting 1010, it happens.
My question was looking back at that 2004 round. Is there a way you can plug in the numbers and see what it would have been rated today?
Of course I know its not going to be accurate b/c the player ratings now are different then they were back then, but I've got a feeling it would be like 1090 - 1100 now.