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Gunsterpanda - Monday 28/01/2013, 09:17
I just realized that I never actually fully made sure I understood what exactly determines how much elo you win/lose after a game.
Is it affected by any of the DT affects (pills left over, KO wins, rounds won) or by the elo of your opponent or by nothing or by something completely random?
ghelas - Monday 28/01/2013, 18:30
Titan - E X C A L I B U R
It's determined by your opponent's ELO score. The higher your opponent's score, the more you gain for beating him, and the less you lose for losing to him.
Gunsterpanda - Tuesday 29/01/2013, 05:15
Ok great that's what I thought. And that is the only factor involved right?
UM_AaaBattery - Tuesday 29/01/2013, 18:56
Moderator - Harbingers of Ares
Yeh all you have to do in ELO is win, it dosn't matter how.
Gunsterpanda - Tuesday 29/01/2013, 21:10
Great to know, thanks for the answers