I am not sure how this works....Is it based on an honour approach of some sort? For example, if I report that I'd won a game against Dario, a three set match of 4/6, 6/4, 4/6, what is there to prevent him from reporting that he actually won the game and not me?
I am only asking this question to get clear on how the ladder works. I am sure that Dario or any other player in the ladder, including myself, would not do something as pathetic as that, but I am still curious....
also, since I just signed up and I just finished my first game with Dario who alerted me to the ladder system and told me to sign up, I am not sure how to report my ranking - i do not know what my rank is....
athan_k wrote:Thanks for clearing up these questions for me. I have some suggestions:
1. Create the option to host a 'ladder game' that would be already set (forced) to three sets - this way you would not have to worry about the 1 set matches....also, the ladder game will be 'tracked' and the result would automatically be integrated into the ladder standings.
2. Figure out a way to get around the honor system - for those who are on the ladder, they would be 'tracked' somehow and everytime they play a game that is classified as a 'ladder' game - see 1 above - the final score would be used to determine standings....
PS. I am sure you've probably already thought of these issues...if so, then here's one player's wishes to expand the boundaries of this wonderful software and game!
Jazzo wrote:I have a question
Skills: Fair or Free mode?
Anonymous wrote:Most of these players are inactive or semi-retired, shall we say. Shouldn't the ranking system reflect that? Or maybe we could create another "Race to the Top" chart?
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