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  1. 25 May '07 14:25
    Sorry to ask this as I know the answer is somewhere in the pipe already but searching is in vain.
    when an invite says >1800 does this mean the challenger only wants rankings less than 1800? In my memory of math, this would mean "less than 1800."
  2. 25 May '07 15:07
    > means greater
    < means less than
  3. Standard member mochiron
    The Don
    25 May '07 19:27
    Originally posted by ToekneeG
    > means greater
    < means less than
    < means Ku in Japanese.
  4. 25 May '07 23:43
    Originally posted by mochiron
    < means Ku in Japanese.
    It logically follows that > means the UK.
  5. Standard member Jamin
    Irresponsible Quoter
    26 May '07 00:27
    The alligator eats the bigger number.... So what if that's the only way I remember it? 😞
  6. Standard member Jamin
    Irresponsible Quoter
    26 May '07 01:17
    So it's the reverse of what you said.
    It is an invite for a player over 1800 in your example...
  7. Standard member Ramned
    The Rams
    26 May '07 19:25
    You know how to play chess but you don't know that 3 > 2.
    *Sigh*