Automatic lowering of ELO score

Friday 04/06/2010, 09:07

There is written: "If you don't play ELO for a few days your ELO value will slowly go back to 1000" in rules. What does it mean "a few days"? Does it mean that it will decline after one, two or how many days? And how quickly does it return to 1000? Thank you.

Friday 04/06/2010, 17:51

It declines every day you do not play. Don't know the exact value, but it's around 4.

Friday 04/06/2010, 21:41

What? Your ELO score lowers when you don't play ELO? How comes i never heard of this...?

Friday 04/06/2010, 23:24

Your ELO goes down by 2 for the first day you do not play ELO for the first day that you play. E.g. you have 1210 ELO, don't play for a day it goes down by 2, don't play for a second day it goes down by 4 so if you didn't play for 2 days it would be 1204

Saturday 05/06/2010, 00:03

Yeah, I had exactly 1200 ELO after playing a few hours on Sunday, then the day counter ticked and dropped my score to 1198 and closed the scoring. Lost me 3 credits and a chance at a rare. >_>

Saturday 05/06/2010, 06:09

Question has been answered. closing.


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