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  1. 28 Feb '09 10:14
    Hello

    How can I start a new club game?
  2. Standard member Lukerik
    Stick your hands up
    28 Feb '09 10:41
    Message a member of one of your clubs and see if they want a game.
  3. Standard member zozozozo
    Thread Killing Chimp
    28 Feb '09 14:59
    Originally posted by Lukerik
    Message a member of one of your clubs and see if they want a game.
    sending a msg first is a nice way.

    when someone agrees to play a game with you you can click the "Challenge playername" link in thier profile and create the game (this will only work if the other person is available to be challenged).
  4. 28 Feb '09 16:00
    Originally posted by zozozozo
    sending a msg first is a nice way.

    when someone agrees to play a game with you you can click the "Challenge playername" link in thier profile and create the game (this will only work if the other person is available to be challenged).
    Isn't this a way to play a regular game? Or does this work both for regular and club games? What is the difference in the process of starting a regular game and starting a club game then?
  5. Standard member randolph
    the walrus
    28 Feb '09 16:10
    Originally posted by fiMiko
    Isn't this a way to play a regular game? Or does this work both for regular and club games? What is the difference in the process of starting a regular game and starting a club game then?
    If it's a regular game with somebody in your club then it's automatically club-rated.
  6. Standard member zozozozo
    Thread Killing Chimp
    28 Feb '09 16:11
    "All club members have an additional rating - their club rating. Any rated game completed against another member of the same club will change your club rating. Your club ratings are in addition to your site rating."
  7. 28 Feb '09 16:14 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by randolph
    If it's a regular game with somebody in your club then it's automatically club-rated.
    Thank you for the short answer. This explains all.