bobdakota wrote:I like 1/2 of highest score as a minimum. Very simple and easy to calculate.
12 months doesn't work for a person, like me, that quit and came back a year later.
Why doesnt it? If you came back, and you score has been 1300 every month while you were gone, it is still 1300.
Or if it is a newbie that has been here two months, it will be the average of the last 2 months
In my case I quit with active auto enroll tournaments which I could not get out of and they can go on for months. I am guessing most people that quit have a few active games. This game is addicting, so people almost need to go cold turkey or they can't walk away. I was around 1600 when I quit Because the auto enroll games kept getting started, I lost 40+ games in row. Losing that many games tanked my score. I ended around 750.
These numbers are for example only (just guessing). - So I would start January at 750. I come back and raise my score to 1500 (very average player) and I have a 100% increase. Then I start February around 850 with a 12 month average. Without playing a game, I am already at a 85% increase. I could have a bad Feb and end at 1400, but I am still up 70%. I start March at 900 and I am up 65% without playing a game.