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1. 27 Dec '10 08:16
how is the eco level on red hot pawn calculated?
2. 27 Dec '10 09:50
Originally posted by tabogus
how is the eco level on red hot pawn calculated?
Do we have eco at all?
I say that there are no ways to convert the RHP rqating to eco. RHP is not OTB chess at all.
3. 27 Dec '10 12:10
it's simple and neat.

Divide you age by your height round down and then multiply
by 192 (the number of squares on 3 chessboards).
4. 27 Dec '10 13:27
Originally posted by greenpawn34
it's simple and neat.

Divide you age by your height round down and then multiply
by 192 (the number of squares on 3 chessboards).
3840 or 38.4 depends

But he said eco,not elo.How you gonna calculate that?Make an average of all openings played?

toet.
5.  wormwood
If Theres Hell Below
27 Dec '10 13:43
Originally posted by tabogus
how is the eco level on red hot pawn calculated?
it's simply cranked up to 11 all the time.
6. 27 Dec '10 14:31
Oh Eco, not Elo. Oh well.

Oh Eco, not Elo. Oh well.

Oh Eco, not Elo. Oh well.

(there must be an Eco..sorry Echo on here).
7.  ChessPraxis
Cowboy From Hell
27 Dec '10 18:07
Originally posted by tabogus
how is the eco level on red hot pawn calculated?
ECO=Encyclopedia of Chess Openings
Elo= rating system.
8. 27 Dec '10 19:31
Originally posted by greenpawn34
it's simple and neat.

Divide you age by your height round down and then multiply
by 192 (the number of squares on 3 chessboards).
Is that your age in years, months, weeks, days, hours minutes etc etc?

Is that your height in metres, centimetres, millimeters, inches, feet, yards?

All give greatly differing results and you said it was simple and neat
9.  nimzo5
Ronin
27 Dec '10 20:04
Originally posted by ChessPraxis
ECO=Encyclopedia of Chess Openings
Elo= rating system.
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