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Few days ago I had finished the "Slaying the dreamer tournament". I finished 4th. In tournament homepage it was said that for 4th place you earned 69 points. So I took a look on my tournament points and there were no addede points for this tournament. Then I post a question to chess.com staff about that and I got an answer that only first three players earned their points.
Do you have had same problems with your tournament points? I have also another question for chess.com staff. Why do you take yearly statystics for tournaments? When I summarize my points from 2009 and 2010, the points from 2010 are not added to 2009 year points? Why is this happened? Some problems with database? I expect some response from you.
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