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When I create a new game, the min rating and max rating have predefined numbers in them, depending on my own rating. I am pretty sure that have not always been the case, but I cant seem to find a way to remove those numbers.
I use to be a premium member, but am not atm due to lack of time, so this could be a feature that is/was avaliable for premium members.
After you have clicked on Start New Game, you presumably get a dropdown ...
with the usual game options / with game options I select ?
Is there a link: click for more filters ? If so, this will bring up rating range (and other parameters).
If not, then that option is restricted to premium members.
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