Chess Rating vs Life Rating
'shut up, Donnie.'
I've had a chance to think.
...usually that's not a particularly good thing. I think about things like 'candidate moves' and then think 'where can I get better candidates?" for said move.
It's a mystery.
So I then thought: There's a lot of stock placed in Chess ratings. I mean, sure, it's Chess.com, but a lot of people seem to have a lot of self-identify invested in their rating.
Which is fine.
My rating somewhat sucks, so - in an attempt to salvage some self-worth, I propose that there be a Life Rating, which is the product of your chess rating and your bowling average.
See where I'm going with this?
There should probably be a third variable introduced to better a better constellation of information, I'm just not sure what that should be: Golf handicap? Darts 'average per throw', Bridge rating, Scrabble average per two player game?
T'is a mystery.