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Hi, I just have a quick question. Is there a possibility to hide your opponent's rating (especially in a new tourney) to avoid being concerned how "weak" or "strong" he may be?
I think that if I don't know my opponent's rating, I would be able to treat them all equal, and be without the concern of playing a "stronger" player.
I would not mind that idea, I always wanted to hide my rating cause rating is just a number.
I don't think so, you have to just change your approach I guess.
i find these posts funny, always. Are people really so affected by a pixelated number that they need to hide it?
Thank you Scottrf. It was just a simple question. You gave a simple answer...
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