Dorieus wrote:One problem with this suggestion is that players in US time zones will have an advantage, whereas players in other zones will wrongly appear to be slower.
BGtheBrain wrote:Dorieus wrote:One problem with this suggestion is that players in US time zones will have an advantage, whereas players in other zones will wrongly appear to be slower.
1 hour in the US is the same as 1 hour in Europe... unless Im missing something
BGtheBrain wrote: I wouldnt join a game with a guy who has an avg turn time of 22 hours though lol
BGtheBrain wrote:I like this.
Instead of 100 I'd prefer 1000
owenshooter wrote:i disagree with you and i'm right!
PapaGeek wrote:Thanks for all the feedback:
I agree that doing it over the past 30 days would be better than the past 100 turns.
I don’t think that it would affect players who take their time when making a move. The concept is not how long it takes to make the actual move, but how long it takes before you start that move. The time span could go from when the previous player ended their turn and when the next player started theirs, if they take 45 minutes, that should not count against them.
Most days I check the boards when I get up in the morning, then at lunch time at work, then when I get home, and again before I go to bed at night. Some of my moves delay the game 10 to 12 hours, but most are in the 4 hour range.
Some players make their moves just once a day and this stat would point them out.
I play at 7 AM, 12 noon, 6 PM and 10 PM. That is 5, 6, 4, and 9 hours between checking the boards. I’m not sure how shifting times like that by a few hours for someone living in another country would affect this rating. What would affect it would be a person who plays just once a day.
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