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  1. 03 Jul '11 10:32
    No points have been awarded for this match??
  2. 03 Jul '11 11:02
    Originally posted by Hyperion7
    No points have been awarded for this match??
    Answered my own question - no points unless each player makes 2 moves - right?
  3. Standard member RevRSleeker
    CerebrallyChallenged
    03 Jul '11 11:44 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by Hyperion7
    Answered my own question - no points unless each player makes 2 moves - right?
    Yes, no points until third move...you can resign games without losing points up to move two but it is present on your stats and graph as a loss.
    I'm DYING to know, the bike from your profile...I just can't see enough of it, there's no definition...so a wild guess would be early 90's GSX-R 750 ?? Dean. EDIT: Stoner will win if Simoncelli does another back flip
  4. 03 Jul '11 13:28
    Originally posted by RevRSleeker
    Yes, no points until third move...you can resign games without losing points up to move two but it is present on your stats and graph as a loss.
    I'm DYING to know, the bike from your profile...I just can't see enough of it, there's no definition...so a wild guess would be early 90's GSX-R 750 ?? Dean. EDIT: Stoner will win if Simoncelli does another back flip
    Actually it is a shot from about 1986 of me on a TZR250 production racer at Cadwell Park.

    For about 3 glorious years I raced 250 and 350 Yamaha's around the UK race tracks.
    Not totally up to date with current Moto GP but Stoner looked pretty invincible in the wet at Silverstone and when the others are high siding it usually means they're trying too hard and don't have the raw speed, so I wouldn't bet against him!
  5. Standard member RevRSleeker
    CerebrallyChallenged
    04 Jul '11 22:55
    Originally posted by Hyperion7
    Actually it is a shot from about 1986 of me on a TZR250 production racer at Cadwell Park.

    For about 3 glorious years I raced 250 and 350 Yamaha's around the UK race tracks.
    Not totally up to date with current Moto GP but Stoner looked pretty invincible in the wet at Silverstone and when the others are high siding it usually means they're trying too hard and don't have the raw speed, so I wouldn't bet against him!
    I've replied to the club post you made Dean.