If there is no rating floor, how can you compare strength of two very weak players who always lose to you but never play each other?
And that’s a topic for another what if
If there's two terrible players rated 800 I can't tell by looking at that who's worse but if it was, say on chess.com with no rating floor then I can easily see, one is 750 the other is 600 or whatever.
@CrossEye You know, they can start another game while you are sitting around and pressing a button?
@scheckley666: No, I didn't realize. I've only ever played one game at a time here, and didn't realize it would let you play multiples. That puts a damper on this.
@winstonsmithamm: Funny you should mention that, as I actually am a 6'1" short guy. :-)
Ya crosseye, I agree with Rubeesh (#8) and as sheckley (above) is kind of showing you, just get out of those games as quick as possible.
I also agree with poor winston smith that you're no Patzer and you shouldn't think that. It's a cop out. If you look at the rating stats your 1900 puts you at the 90th percentile. The top 10% of players. What do you think about the rest of us then?
@LDog11: Hey, we're all patzers! I have no problem with that.
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