Originally posted by CheekyChecker1. Go to the ladder you joined. Click the "Find me" button. Look in the last column if you can challange players. A linkable "Defending" means that some else already challenged this player so you cant challenge him/her at that point. If it sais "Out of range" this player is ranked to many positions above you. You can challenge a player when it has a link that sais something like "challenge player".
I'm sorry of this is somewhere else, but I can't find it anywhere and it's driving me crazy.
1. How does one challenge someone? Is there a ladder challenge facility, or do you just challenge them as normal and the system somehow knows that there's a ladder involved? (surely that's not possible - so how the heck does one challenge some ...[text shortened]... acility?
I'm sure this info will be somewhere, but I just can't find it, (sorry) :-(
Originally posted by marsdogSuggest this idea in the Site Ideas forum? Or in the ladder thread in the Announcements forum.
I really like the "Ladder" format! I hope they are planning on adding a button at the top of the page for quick access (like they do for Tournaments, Clans, Sieges, etc).
Originally posted by GuychJust read the FAQs. I guess it could be people leaving the ladder and people becoming inactive. Right?
I didn't want to create a separate thread for this question:
How can I be moving up the ladder (one place at a time or so) if I haven't finished any of my games yet?
Originally posted by SapanRinpocheThere is no current feature for club ladders. The closest thing that you can get to that is the club rating system which happens at a certain milestone number of members (20 or 50 I think).
I am the administrator for the CLUB COLORADO USA, which has now just 15 members, three of whom are non-subscribers.
QUESTION: How can I create a CLUB LADDER, which would be a very good thing, especially when with a small number of players we are having difficulty getting more than one Long Haul tournament going? CLUBS ought to have easy Ladder capabilities. What am I missing ... or what is RHP missing here?