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Is there a reason that a player's rating isn't expressed on his user profile page where the address is like this: http://www.chess.com/members/view/user, but is on his chess profile page where the address is like this: http://www.chess.com/echess/profile/user?
It seems like it ought to be visible on both profile pages. Of course, this also raises the question as to why there are two profile pages?
Thanks for the response, Erik. I continue to be impressed with how omnipresent you seem to be around the site.
I'm comfortable with knowing you are aware of questions along these lines and that other, perhaps cleaner, integration techniques are being considered.
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