Originally posted by z00t
I for one would call for a limit as it is impossible to play so many games without compromising the TOS. When GMs lose to amateurs it is usually in a simul. So if Kasparov or Kramnik can't take on 600 humans and win them all how can an amateur do so against players rated close to his/her rating?
They can easily win if they have enough time to play, i.e unemployed, no wife/kids or other commitments to worry about.
At 3 days per move for all games, they only need to play in 200 of the games each day. Let say they still have 8hrs sleep per night (more than most people); give another 2 hrs for eating and going to the toilet etc they still have 14 hrs per day to make thier moves.
14 hrs = 840 mins = more than 4 mins per move (without ever touching the timebank
Once you include a 28 day timebank for each game, they have plenty of time per move.
add to this that many of the games will be played at 28 day timeout PLUS 28 timebank and they could have hours for each move if they needed it.
Just because you or I couldn't do it doesn't mean that it cant be done.