Originally posted by AspasiaIf a player sends you an insulting message, that is not a public problem. It is a private problem between you and that other person. The rest of us here at RHP do not see the message.
I think it is not good to put a player, who insulted me, on the personal ignore list. I think it is a public problem - and such rudnesses cannot be accepted here on RHP...
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Originally posted by AspasiaWell, I might not have witnessed the messages of this apparent foul mouthed idiot, but I MAY be able to spot the 'actions' of the same individual utilising 'unfair advantage'...
Hi - I am Aspasia, playing here since many years.
I played an unrated game (public invitation) against "feed me more". After having lost our game I sent a message to "feed me more" and congratulated to the win.
"Feed me more" replied that I am a "fuc.king loser".
Must I accept this?
Can a player be punished who is insulting others in this way?
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Originally posted by RevRSleekerLooking at his game history, I'd be thinking that particular player needs a program bug fix.
Well, I might not have witnessed the messages of this apparent foul mouthed idiot, but I MAY be able to spot the 'actions' of the same individual utilising 'unfair advantage'...
Please ensure you forward those comments, 'word for word', to site feedback below. Any 'other' observations that you can forward should ensure that others don't have to suffer l ...[text shortened]... g that I'm plain tired of these idiots ruining other peoples enjoyment of the site !!
Originally posted by Sebastian YapIt's interesting to note that he makes his own moves 'on occasion', and very infrequently, when playing the 1500 rates. If you take a second look at any game other than Aspasia's, he literally delays the strongest move for A move and as a consequence he invariably loses the large advantage that he's accrued in previous moves...it's only a momentary loss though as he can rely upon his opponents subsequent move to regain the advantage. This tactic just takes a little longer for him to succeed... taking that into consideration, and regardless of opposition rates, the engine indicates that 'strongest' is played more often than not. In the 'Aspasia' game he doesn't concern himself with making his own moves, he just ploughs on regardless making those strongest moves...OK, it's a touch tenuous, and in need of a more at-length-evaluation, but the evidence is there for us all to see !
I wont suggest engine use yet since he played mostly rating 1500+, which may be way below his actual playing strength. Only Aspasia (edited to change from OP to Aspasia as I incorrectly thought that Aspasia was the OP) is rated over 2000 which the alleged perpetrator won. However, we do not need to prove engine use beyond a reasonable doubt (which we c ...[text shortened]... nt), considering that he clearly was abusive towards another member which can be easily proven.
Originally posted by KewpieFor your information:
Looking at his game history, I'd be thinking that particular player needs a program bug fix.
I'd go for sending feedback, with a "word for word" on the offensive messages, also pointing out the fact that the opponent has never lost a game since arriving on the site. Under the TOS there are two options - 3(b) and 3(c) under which action could be taken against this player.
Originally posted by AspasiaThe world has some obnoxious people in it. So does this chess site. That's why admin added the ignore list.
Hello - I have sent a feedback.
o.k. - it is right that call me "fuc.king" is my personal problem - but I thought that a player who calls me me a "fuc.king" as an answer of congratulating him to his win should be known on this site. That´s what I meant with making public the "style" of this player.