Originally posted by RussSome good changes but the draw option is still flawed as all people will do is make the necessary 8 moves to get the necessary points
The series of consultation votes last month illustrated how closely opinion was divided on some of the proposed changes to the clan tables, so we are not expecting everyone to warm to the updates.
What we do have now is a table focusing on annual position using net points as the default table view, rather than the gross wins from the start of time we had b ...[text shortened]... is that games must be played beyond move 8 if a draw is to result in any points being allocated.
Originally posted by adramforallI don't think this is going to be as big a problem as you may think, as going more than 3 moves will effect your rating.
Some good changes but the draw option is still flawed as all people will do is make the necessary 8 moves to get the necessary points
Originally posted by GoggyI have to agree.
It's a sad day for Devoted to Dogs, who have always tried to play fair challenges but who, due to this change, are down to page 19 out of 21.
Even more sad, is that the clans who have cheated their way to a good net figure benefit from the change.
I know you have tried to improve things Russ, but at the end of the day the cheats have won.
Time to move on methinks.
Originally posted by MctaytoWhat would you suggest to sort it out?
I have to agree.
The changes are welcomed in one breath but they still hand out positions based on how unscrupulous the leaders have been.
My personal view is that come January (my renewal date) I for one have no intention of continuing my membership.
For years I have played in clans and managed clans and am sickened that the Metallicas and Amsterdams are rewarded for lopsided challenges.