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SimbaVsMogli - Wednesday 07/09/2011, 19:00
"If you don't play ELO for a few days your ELO value will slowly go back to 1000."
I have a few queries about this rule if anyone could kindly help
1. After how long before your ELO score starts decreasing?
2. At what rate does your ELO score decrease?
SimbaVsMogli - Thursday 08/09/2011, 10:55
Thanks guys for the response
If I do recall, last time my score decreased after a day of inactivity, I'm pretty sure it was by 2 points.
@ Unicorn_WMD: Just to be a Maths-Troll, using 2^n would mean zero days of inactivity (aka no inactivity) would be:
and thus still cause a decrease of 1 score when fully active.
...but I know what you were getting at. Just trollin'
Trippie - Thursday 08/09/2011, 13:23
Also you won't go below 1000 if you stopped on 1005, for example, and then didn't play for 3 days. You'd simply be at 1000 again. And you can also increase if you're below 1000.