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12. Huhtikuu 2014, 10:31:11
Otsikko: Re:
ScarletRose: yeah probably :(

12. Huhtikuu 2014, 06:07:10
Otsikko: Re:
Bernice:  her daughter was letting us know from her account so I imagine her daughter is playing it now..

11. Huhtikuu 2014, 22:29:55
Otsikko: Re:
Marshmud: it is very sad, but creepoy as someone is playing her games on Facebook...

11. Huhtikuu 2014, 22:11:47
Sorry to hear of the passing of Barb. (pbarb) A great lady and a regular for many years at BK.

11. Huhtikuu 2014, 11:10:05
Otsikko: free enter

Championship continent 2014 - Europe

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4. Huhtikuu 2014, 05:42:44
Papa Zoom 
We need a like button! ;)

3. Huhtikuu 2014, 20:53:45
Otsikko: Re: is Brain Pawn better as Brain Rook
beach: that's a very good point ***I LIKE

3. Huhtikuu 2014, 20:23:51
Otsikko: Re: is Brain Pawn better as Brain Rook
Muokannut beach (3. Huhtikuu 2014, 20:24:58)

Fencer: thanks very much fencer
if you could also delete all the tournaments they have created and have not started yet that would be fair too

3. Huhtikuu 2014, 20:09:58
Otsikko: Re: is Brain Pawn better as Brain Rook
Fencer: thanks a lot Fencer for your answer. I appreciate that :-)

3. Huhtikuu 2014, 19:50:31
Otsikko: Re: is Brain Pawn better as Brain Rook
speachless: Hmm, it's kind of sensitive part of the code and I still didn't have time to make any safe modifications to it.
However, I've just removed all tournament signups of the mentioned users (for tournaments that were not started yet). Please let me know if they manage to sign up for more and I'll try to find time for a more effective solution.

3. Huhtikuu 2014, 19:28:03
Otsikko: Re: is Brain Pawn better as Brain Rook
Muokannut speachless (3. Huhtikuu 2014, 19:28:57)
Fencer: dear Fencer. did you find a fix for the bug which allows to brain pawns to join single elimination tournies, even if they have +2000 running games? It still happens so it wasn't fixed yet?

here an example of a newly opened tournament where a brain pawn with +2000 running games was still able to join and start: petty tournament

if you couldn't find a fix for that bug, why don't you just block those 2 or 4 brain pawns which still take advantage from the system without paying?

i don't want to complain, it's just a question. hope you're gonna find some time to answer.

3. Huhtikuu 2014, 18:34:26
Otsikko: Re: is Brain Pawn better as Brain Rook
speachless: there is a problem with single elimination,  and in the tournament you mentioned there are 2 pawns there that have taken advantage of the system, they both created tons of tournaments  and seem to join any single elimination tournaments, like I said I thought fencer was going to delete them from the tournament board,

3. Huhtikuu 2014, 17:39:04
Otsikko: Re: is Brain Pawn better as Brain Rook
speachless: Ultimately, we subscribe to support the site and help its development. If the creator has deserted the site though, I really see no point for people to continue paying for using it. If you are content with the tournament hole and have no problems with your conscience, go ahead, I would say, although not something *I* would do. Of course, fellowships and stairs are out of question, since the stairs do check the game number limit.

3. Huhtikuu 2014, 17:08:57
Otsikko: Re: is Brain Pawn better as Brain Rook
Muokannut speachless (3. Huhtikuu 2014, 17:09:14)
ThunderGr: it's not only the case of brain rook joining before they got brain pawn.

in this example the tournament a brainpawn was able to join. this player had already +2000 opened games, so why was it possible for him to start in this running tournament as pawn with +2000 running games?
petty tournament
so this seams for me like i could stop paying for brain rook and then still be able to join open tournaments with single elimination even if i have +2000 or so...?

3. Huhtikuu 2014, 16:47:33
Otsikko: Re: is Brain Pawn better as Brain Rook
Muokannut ThunderGr (3. Huhtikuu 2014, 16:48:04)
Justaminute: I agree 100%. I was also wondering about the tournaments mess. However, I think that any limitation about the number of tournaments should go with the ability to save the game types in the template. As it is, you must check one by one all the games you want *every single time*, as they are not saved with the template.

3. Huhtikuu 2014, 16:40:01
Otsikko: Re: is Brain Pawn better as Brain Rook
beach: I assumed it was people joining lots of tournaments while still being a paying member and then becoming a pawn. If people start thousands of tournaments after becoming a pawn it seems like a strange thing for the "powers that be" not to care about.

The tournament page is a complete mess anyway. I assume this is why there are endless tournaments created by the same people? Making the change would tidy up the tournanment page as well I hope.

3. Huhtikuu 2014, 14:54:56
Otsikko: Re: is Brain Pawn better as Brain Rook
Muokannut beach (3. Huhtikuu 2014, 14:56:36)

speachless:  fencer said about a month ago he was going to fix the problem,  I know it still isn't fixed because several pawns are still taking advantage of being able to create lots of tournaments before they become a pawn play unlimited amounts of games.

Fencer said he would fix the problem as it wasn't fair to us paying members, but so far nothing has been changed  I agree its not fair


Hmmm, it's really sad (but not too surprising) to see that some people will always try to exploit the system. Very well, it can be fixed this way:

1) A user cannot have more than, say, 100 tournaments in the "open" section of the Tournaments page. Do you want to create more? OK but wait until some of your tournaments start.

2) If a user membership expires, tournaments created by them (in the "open" status) will be automatically deleted, except the prize ones with prizes already provided.

3) Regarding the single eliminations tourneys, that might be a bug because pawns should not be allowed to sign up for another tournament if they are already playing (or signed up) another one. But the code is really old (8 years?) so I am not sure about that. I'll look at it.

Anything else? Sorry, I am totally consumed by other projects so I could easily miss other issues mentioned in this conversation.
re is what fencer posted

3. Huhtikuu 2014, 14:23:48
Otsikko: is Brain Pawn better as Brain Rook
Hi All
A question. The bug is known that Brain Pawn can join over 2000 games and new tournaments even if they are already Brain Pawn since months...

some player noticed that and stop paying for membership and still join new tournaments.

so should i do the same, 'cause they are taking advantage but no one of the administrators kick them out because of them.

so even if brain pawn have only 10 days vacation per year, maybe it is better to get brain pawn?

31. Maaliskuu 2014, 20:20:41
Otsikko: Re: Fellowships
happyjuggler0: Thank you. Posting it there now.

31. Maaliskuu 2014, 20:08:45
Otsikko: Re: Fellowships
ThunderGr: This link is the best place to ask that question: http://brainking.com/en/Board?bc=24

31. Maaliskuu 2014, 20:03:08
Otsikko: Fellowships
Can someone point me to the right direction to find out what fellowships are about? There is nothing really enlightening in the FAQ.

31. Maaliskuu 2014, 07:40:01
Otsikko: Re:
ThunderGr: I know I freaked out when I first started playing here and the Go Moku pieces were Xs and 0s and I was like the w..t..f..is this? lol Then, I eventually was able to change the pieces to normal ones. Game boards vary with each site so you have to find what works best for you.

31. Maaliskuu 2014, 07:21:39
Otsikko: Re:
JerNYC: I found it. Thank you. It appears that it will change the background color of all games boards, though. I would like to know for certain if it will work, though, because if it doesn't, I will have to resign the game. It is totally unplayable for me. Perhaps the shogi board should have another default square color. How can anyone play it like that?

31. Maaliskuu 2014, 00:38:01
Otsikko: Re:
ThunderGr: When I go into the layout area, I specifically see an option to change the color background. There's a default and then there's a palette where you can pick a color.

30. Maaliskuu 2014, 23:05:14
Otsikko: Re:
JerNYC: The layout options get you to your settings layout. There, you can only change the general site layout. For the shogi options, you only have the options to change the size of the pieces, just like the rest of the chess-like games.

30. Maaliskuu 2014, 20:38:05
Otsikko: Re:
ThunderGr: Try scrolling down the page below the board to where it says "Layout." Usually, there's an option to make changes.

30. Maaliskuu 2014, 09:07:08
Hi all! Is it only me that thinks it is a chore to play Shogi here with this "white pieces over white squares" board on this site? I like shogi but I find it very difficult to play it here. Is there any way someone can change square colors on the board, at least?

25. Maaliskuu 2014, 07:57:55
Otsikko: Re: Fischer's clock

25. Maaliskuu 2014, 07:55:32
Otsikko: Re: Fischer's clock
Aganju: 23hours 33minuts was after my next move -> http://www.pl.image-share.com/ijpg-276-82.html

25. Maaliskuu 2014, 02:21:28
Otsikko: Re: Fischer's clock
aaru: I see there: "Time left: aaru: 23 hours 33 mins". Maybe your time zone is set wrong so you see the clock from another time zone??

25. Maaliskuu 2014, 00:47:57
Otsikko: Re: Fischer's clock
aaru: lol, AlterMann is part of the Derp Trolling group and is changing the NTP used by the BK servers in your games with him :)

24. Maaliskuu 2014, 23:43:00
Otsikko: Re: Fischer's clock
Muokannut aaru (24. Maaliskuu 2014, 23:43:17)
Next one: FC with 18hours bonus. After move of my opponent I have only 6 hours - Crowded Backgammon (aaru vs. AlterMann)

23. Maaliskuu 2014, 15:31:39
Otsikko: Re: Fischer's clock
aaru: Cloning Backgammon (aaru vs. AlterMann)

Next one - FC wit 5days/8hours/30days
Last move of my opponent - 23. march 2014, 1:27:47pm. My timed out - 23. march 2014, 1:50:02pm
HOW IS IT POSSIBLE??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

17. Maaliskuu 2014, 12:59:57
Otsikko: Re:
Papa Zoom:

It's that too

17. Maaliskuu 2014, 05:42:56
Papa Zoom 
Otsikko: Re:
Emerald00671: and here I thought backgammon was just a badly designed checkers board with dice!

16. Maaliskuu 2014, 17:07:41
Otsikko: re

16. Maaliskuu 2014, 16:45:02
Otsikko: Re:
Emerald00671: Whatever. Roll'em.

16. Maaliskuu 2014, 16:13:06
Otsikko: Re:

16. Maaliskuu 2014, 13:07:27
Kathy Noir00671 
This is what has inspired the creator of backgammon  and what design has invested in the construction. ....
At the core of the game is put the time : That 's a tray - symbolizes the unity of the year. Four corners of the box - a symbol of the four seasons . Opposite 2 x 6 compartments inside the panel - are actually 12 months a year. The sum of all pieces of 30 - as is the average number of days in one month. The color of the pieces - black and white , represent day and night. And opposite 2 x 12 units - are 24 hours a day.

12. Maaliskuu 2014, 22:06:07
Otsikko: Re: Ranking Question
likewowman2cool: You are correct it is 6 months

12. Maaliskuu 2014, 22:03:33
Otsikko: Re: Ranking Question
skipinnz: Are you sure about those limits? This page says 6 months, not 3: http://brainking.com/en/OldFAQ?ht=11

12. Maaliskuu 2014, 22:01:05
Carpe Diem 
Otsikko: Re: Ranking Question
skipinnz: Ah, I had no idea; thanks!

12. Maaliskuu 2014, 21:14:02
Otsikko: Re: Ranking Question
Carpe Diem: There is a time since you last played that type of game for a pawn it is a month before you're removed and 3 months for paying members before they are removed from the rankings.

12. Maaliskuu 2014, 21:04:22
Carpe Diem 
Otsikko: Ranking Question
Muokannut Carpe Diem (12. Maaliskuu 2014, 21:05:26)
I'm wondering what prevents someone from being ranked in a game. For example, I noticed that Tenuki, who has excellent ratings in pretty much every game, is ranked in very few of them.

12. Maaliskuu 2014, 05:40:08
Papa Zoom 
Otsikko: Re: site
Royal__Flush: me neither.

12. Maaliskuu 2014, 02:12:20
Otsikko: site
I've had no site speed problems for months

12. Maaliskuu 2014, 01:10:08
this site is not fun any more to slow

6. Maaliskuu 2014, 17:21:42
The Col 
Otsikko: Re: Anything else?
Fencer: perfect

6. Maaliskuu 2014, 10:00:47
Otsikko: Re: Anything else?
The Col: It's there.

6. Maaliskuu 2014, 09:40:30
The Col 
Otsikko: Re: Anything else?
Fencer: I just sent you the page link
If you could embed it, it would be even better

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