Originally posted by dsmfireNow I actually don't know what you mean. Perhaps I'm the one being unclear.
It is more than likely that you have an average or above average general intellectual functioning, according to your rate. (However your posting might lead to think its more average than above average )
Unless you know something that I don't (which i find hard to believe in this particular field), it is less likely that one will wake up after such a lo ...[text shortened]... tion as before the accident. But that is not the scope of your post. Sorry. Couldn't resist
Originally posted by FabianFnasThe best bet is to not join any banded tourneys. You can always give everyone you play a heads up that you are far better than your rating shows. They don't need to play you if they don't want.
Suppose the following situation:
Now I have more or less 1600 in rating with a number of 40 games in progress. After a car crash I am in coma for 3 month. When I wake up I found out that my rating has dropped to 800 points. Now I am eager to regain my lost points and enter into the 1600 again. How do I do this?
I can play with 1500 people and get 32 ...[text shortened]... continue playing chess and regain my former level of rating, not upsetting too much of people?