Originally posted by diskamylLook at his graph User 51824 then imagine a line going from the first game on the current page of the graph to the most recent win.
he has already completed far more many games than weyerstrass and akizy, why would you assume he'd get a higher rank if he plays more?
Originally posted by Squelchbelchit seems like a pretty straight line to me?
Look at his graph User 51824 then imagine a line going from the first game on the current page of the graph to the most recent win.
Originally posted by FabianFnasExactly.
Many games doesn't imply more rating points. If so, then Heng would be #1.
Only one lost game and he lose a lot of rating points.
Originally posted by Squelchbelchthat doesn't mean he has to decide on those moves in just two hours. he may be "storing" analysis when he has time, and making the moves in such a way that when he again "stores" analysis next time, he will not have to analyse all of his games at once, but only some of them. I'm not sure this is clear. bad english.
75 moves in 1 day & hasn't moved in 12 1/2 hours!
How does he do it?
Assuming he lives in the UK (Wales), he must have made 75 moves between 00:01 & 02:00 this morning.
That's a move every 90 seconds & many of his games are against 1800+ players.