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Standard memberTanuki
Site Ideas 10 Jan '08 04:20
  1. Standard memberTanuki
    Tonkatsu...yum
    Imabari, Japan
    Joined
    15 Jun '06
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    27856
    10 Jan '08 04:20
    This was possibly brought up before, or not , sorry if it was. Is there any way to freeze the rating for old games. I mean say you beat someone when you were 1760 and he was 200. When you review that game later, the changes in their rating are displayed. I once beat Heng when he was 1700ish and I was only 1600 and tried to show a freind and looked like a moron when Heng's rating was 1200ish because he dropped a bunch of games...Anyway, can we have the ratings frozen at the time of victory?
  2. hirsute rooster
    Joined
    13 Apr '05
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    16104
    10 Jan '08 20:23
    Originally posted by Tanuki
    This was possibly brought up before, or not , sorry if it was. Is there any way to freeze the rating for old games. I mean say you beat someone when you were 1760 and he was 200. When you review that game later, the changes in their rating are displayed. I once beat Heng when he was 1700ish and I was only 1600 and tried to show a freind and looked like a ...[text shortened]... se he dropped a bunch of games...Anyway, can we have the ratings frozen at the time of victory?
    If you look at the ratings graph on your profile page and move your mouse pointer over it, the information about each game is shown just above the graph - it shows the respective ratings from the time that the game finished - prior to having your rating adjusted.
    The game date is the last move in the game.

    What's missing is the name of the opponent.
  3. 127.0.0.1
    Joined
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    158564
    10 Jan '08 21:47
    Originally posted by orangutan
    If you look at the ratings graph on your profile page and move your mouse pointer over it, the information about each game is shown just above the graph - it shows the respective ratings from the time that the game finished - prior to having your rating adjusted.
    The game date is the last move in the game.

    What's missing is the name of the opponent.
    Have you ever tried finding a particular game like that? It's quite a PITA.
  4. hirsute rooster
    Joined
    13 Apr '05
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    16104
    11 Jan '08 00:10
    Originally posted by zebano
    Have you ever tried finding a particular game like that? It's quite a PITA.
    I have, and I agree - but it's the only way to see the original ratings.

    If the opponents name were to show as well (and while we're at it why not any tournament / clan / siege details too) , then it would make it much easier.
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