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  1. 23 Oct '05 13:06
    when i first joined RHP it took me a while to get the hang of it and lost a few games.

    Is there any way i can clear the statistics and start from scratch
  2. Standard member pendejo
    GTX
    23 Oct '05 13:25
    Originally posted by hurricane177
    when i first joined RHP it took me a while to get the hang of it and lost a few games.

    Is there any way i can clear the statistics and start from scratch
    The "reset statistics" button is only available to subscribers
  3. 23 Oct '05 13:31
    Originally posted by pendejo
    The "reset statistics" button is only available to subscribers
    doh, thanks
  4. 23 Oct '05 13:33
    is there any way of leaving and rejoining?
  5. Donation mwmiller
    RHP Member No. 16
    23 Oct '05 14:00 / 1 edit
    You are only allowed to have one account.
    Multiple accounts are not allowed.
    Your statistics cannot be reset. (This applies to ALL members.)

    In addition, your present account cannot be deleted.
  6. 23 Oct '05 14:03
    Originally posted by hurricane177
    when i first joined RHP it took me a while to get the hang of it and lost a few games.

    Is there any way i can clear the statistics and start from scratch
    Doh. Just go on playing, and if you are playing better now than before, your rating will soon reflect that.
  7. Standard member orfeo
    Missing 285 + 1
    24 Oct '05 03:23
    Originally posted by hurricane177
    when i first joined RHP it took me a while to get the hang of it and lost a few games.

    Is there any way i can clear the statistics and start from scratch
    You're trying to rewrite history. What's the point? Any small group of games that represent an aberration (which is what you're suggesting) really has very little bearing on your rating in the long term.


    If you start winning games, pretty soon the difference between your actual rating and what you consider to be a 'proper' rating will disappear, because your lower initial rating means you will get more points for a win.
  8. 24 Oct '05 06:26 / 1 edit
    The first game I played here, I fooked it right up and lost but fortunately for me I'd somehow set it as an unrated game so it didn't matter really.

    That was my first ever game on a computer.....that's my excuse.