# You Should be Force to Delete Your Chess.com Account

• #21

He is definitely sounded like monster_with_no_name.

• #22

I dont want other people to want people to not want people to delete their accounts, and I mean that.

• #23

you mean you want his account deleted? I think I followed it this time.

• #24
kco wrote:

He is definitely sounded like monster_with_no_name.

They do seem to have suffered similar head trauma, but monster was a bit more frantic, you could almost see the flecks of spittle flying from his mouth as he sat on the edge of his chair, typing with furious intensity.

I suspect peter is just a parody of monster.  Whatever his intent, he certainly used the right bait.

• #25
Ubik42 wrote:
falcogrine wrote:

could you please restate whatever you feel strongly about? the commas create many different possible meanings

Ok its probably better if I do it using abstract representative logic.

Let A = people who want to force other people to delete their account.

Let X = people who propose rule changes including rule changes regarding closure of account

Let B = all other people who want accounts closed.

Let C = Everyone who does not want anyone to want to close people's account (regardless of whether the accounts actually get closed or not)

Let D = Everyone who does not want the accounts closed.

Let E = Anyone who does not want everyone to want to close the accounts of people who suggest accounts should always remain open.

Then, [A mod X = (B+E*(D-C))^2] * (B+C+(DQ*))

Q = the moving rating average of people who do not want players to want other players to close accounts.

I hope stating it in algebraic form clarifies things.

I don't see how it could be made clearer.

• #26

I think its spelled Gordon Gekko.

• #27

I think I need a drink.

• #28

So...that's what gg stands for.

• #29

Finally a suggestion I can agree with!  Thanks OP

• #30
Estragon wrote:
Ubik42 wrote:
falcogrine wrote:

could you please restate whatever you feel strongly about? the commas create many different possible meanings

Ok its probably better if I do it using abstract representative logic.

Let A = people who want to force other people to delete their account.

Let X = people who propose rule changes including rule changes regarding closure of account

Let B = all other people who want accounts closed.

Let C = Everyone who does not want anyone to want to close people's account (regardless of whether the accounts actually get closed or not)

Let D = Everyone who does not want the accounts closed.

Let E = Anyone who does not want everyone to want to close the accounts of people who suggest accounts should always remain open.

Then, [A mod X = (B+E*(D-C))^2] * (B+C+(DQ*))

Q = the moving rating average of people who do not want players to want other players to close accounts.

I hope stating it in algebraic form clarifies things.

I don't see how it could be made clearer.

But is that ELO or glicko?

Or Gordon Gecko?

I am trying to keep it simple and you are needlessly complicating it.

• #31

Welcome back...I  thought you were giving chess up.

Maybe the clarity of my post made you realize chess helps prevent confusion.

• #32

"chess is clarity" - falcogrine

• #33
falcogrine wrote:
EricFleet wrote:

If you suggest changing the rules of chess, you should delete your chess.com account and create your own chess website.

Discuss.

if you have more than 5 posts supporting changing the rules for over 2 days, your account should be deleted.

lol good one

• #34

thanks!

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