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For all your haters, who doubt me, as I promised ....

  • #1

    As I promised to reach 2000 rating mark

  • #2

    If that's not enough you can have a quick look at my trophies room, to have some idea how hard I worked for this.

  • #3
    Pretty steep winning curve in last couple of days mmmmmm
  • #4

    mate2mate wrote:

    Pretty steep winning curve in last couple of days mmmmmm

    Is this a complement or criticism? Can you elobarate your answer please

  • #5

    This was important for everybody to know

    Image result for oh look nobody cares

  • #6

    #5

    Love you too

  • #7
    Just surprised me that you hanging around 1700-1800 then all of a sudden you turn into an orangutan and fly that’s all.
  • #8

     Is there going to be an accusation of cheating? I, for one, will never do so to anyone. I just want ESP-918 (and others) to be forewarned that many on this site get very suspicious if a player seems to "suddenly get good" and they will not hesitate to report who they think are possible/probable violators. The moderators, I've been told, even spot check players even without accusations. I believe that they are even are increasing the frequency of such a policy. In short, you can be "punished" for being "too successful" in winning a lot of games in a row (especially against higher rated players) with few or even no defeats. They have developed a method (an "algorithm" program) that is supposed to "catch" cheaters based on probability analysis. Even Master strength players have been "forced" to admit to cheating (by using a computer program) in order to be reinstated. The name of the "caught" people are never publicly divulged-- they just disappear and either you have to confess and "beg" to be reinstated or rejoin under another email/screen name. "Innocent" folks get screwed for sure but the moderators probably that this is worth the price, in their eyes, to maintain the integrity of the site.  

  • #9
    Chessflyfisher wrote:

     Is there going to be an accusation of cheating? I, for one, will never do so to anyone. I just want ESP-918 (and others) to be forewarned that many on this site get very suspicious if a player seems to "suddenly get good" and they will not hesitate to report who they think are possible/probable violators. The moderators, I've been told, even spot check players even without accusations. I believe that they are even are increasing the frequency of such a policy. In short, you can be "punished" for being "too successful" in winning a lot of games in a row (especially against higher rated players) with few or even no defeats. They have developed a method (an "algorithm" program) that is supposed to "catch" cheaters based on probability analysis. Even Master strength players have been "forced" to admit to cheating (by using a computer program) in order to be reinstated. The name of the "caught" people are never publicly divulged-- they just disappear and either you have to confess and "beg" to be reinstated or rejoin under another email/screen name. "Innocent" folks get screwed for sure but the moderators probably that this is worth the price, in their eyes, to maintain the integrity of the site.  

    Oh boy...

  • #10

    For all you haters who doubted me, as I promised, I've always wanted to take on two state beauty queens at the same time, and after spending all night with Miss Oregon and Miss California, I don't know whether I'm coming or going!

  • #11

    #8

    It's ok I know you are upset and jelous, but if you work hard enough you can achieve even more .

  • #12
    Never seen anyone go from mid table to then start using the solosky opening which is quite rare then totally have the orangutan analogy go over their head. Lol lol lol. But hey however you want to get there I suppose.
  • #13

    the hills are alive with the smell of fishstock.

  • #14

    Refresh my memory. Who are you?

  • #15

    Very suspicious. I hope all your games are thoroughly scrutinized.

  • #16
    Strength White Black
    Excellent 13 10
    Good 2 1
    Inaccuracy (?!) 0 2
    Mistake (?) 0 1
    Blunder (??) 0 0
    Forced 0 0
    Best Move 75.0% 36.4%
    Avg. Diff 0.03

    0.39

     

     

  • #17

    Very accurate play to cross the 2000 mark. Especially for a 3 minute game and against a much higher rated opponent. You polished him off convincingly. How did you get so good so quick? What is your secret? Did you read a Silman book?

  • #18

    Back Yard Professor.

  • #19
    It’s suddenly changing to the solo sky opening which is quite rare and will catch a lot of 1900 - 2000 players out and playing it so well that’s errrrrrr impressive. But not knowing it’s also called the orangutan as well when playing something so rare so well against higher players that’s errrrrr really really impressive.

    I hate sarcasm
  • #20

    You want to know what my secret is? I'll tell you, it's very simple:

    NIKE - JUST DO IT

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