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Why doesn't chess.com institute a forum policy where you are not allowed to start threads until you are an established member. i.e. you are a junior member on probabtion until you can establish a good track record. Your first couple of posts would be screened by a mod before they get posted to a thread. Once your probabtion ends, say after 3 or 4 posts, then you can post new threads. I find this invisibleboy stuff quite funny, but I can imagine seeing the slew of profaninity for some is a little offensive. Anyways, I am a member of another forum (not chess related) that has this policy and the troll rate is significantly lower.
just my 2 cents
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