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10. Marraskuu 2014, 10:48:33
Otsikko: Re: bug?
Gabriel Almeida: I did and the picture came up with the song.

10. Marraskuu 2014, 10:47:09
Gabriel Almeida 
Otsikko: Re: bug?
crosseyed: See my picture and my profile... Tom Waits is my musical super-hero! :)

10. Marraskuu 2014, 10:45:16
Otsikko: Re: bug?
Gabriel Almeida: Well done. What a gruff voice he has.

10. Marraskuu 2014, 10:42:29
Gabriel Almeida 
Otsikko: Re: bug?

8. Marraskuu 2014, 02:58:52
OK...thanks :)

8. Marraskuu 2014, 01:40:38
Otsikko: Re:
Bernice: My log in has always been at the top of the page for me too. The log out is on the left side bottom.

8. Marraskuu 2014, 00:16:59
Otsikko: Re:

Bernice: my log in has always been at the top  perhaps you changed something in your settings

7. Marraskuu 2014, 23:55:31
has there been some work done on the site??? I am working off my laptop win8 and the login is at the very top of the page, instead of down the left hand side....is it version 8 doing this or what????

6. Marraskuu 2014, 22:03:21
Otsikko: Re: bug?
Gabriel Almeida: I was told to be wary of strange men.

6. Marraskuu 2014, 20:25:21
Otsikko: smiling
i never post, but i had to say the last four exchanges made my day.

6. Marraskuu 2014, 10:32:27
Gabriel Almeida 
Otsikko: Re: bug?

crosseyed: lol... wanna be my friend, cross? :D


31. Lokakuu 2014, 00:44:08
Otsikko: Re: bug?
Gabriel Almeida: Oi!

29. Lokakuu 2014, 01:06:46
Gabriel Almeida 
Otsikko: Re: bug?
Welsh Coast: Never trust in a woman that says she wants to be your friend! :)

27. Lokakuu 2014, 09:56:45
Welsh Coast 
Otsikko: bug?
One of my friends was showing online, when she logged out she is no longer in my friends list and had to be added again??

25. Lokakuu 2014, 22:10:28
Its really not so easy to determine a price. many areas are evaluated, not just membership but revenue from advertisements and daily hits. None of the sites mention have any calculation for a site not running at 100% and in need of repairs, just like buying a used car or house. The owner sets the tone for a sale.

25. Lokakuu 2014, 16:09:43
Hello, do you want to play poker?

25. Lokakuu 2014, 03:55:22
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25. Lokakuu 2014, 01:14:14
Otsikko: Re: this site...
ketchuplover: for example. There is a dozen other such tools in the web (and each one gives a vastly different price...).

24. Lokakuu 2014, 22:17:58
Otsikko: Re: this site...

via siteprice.org

24. Lokakuu 2014, 17:16:48
Otsikko: Re: this site...
ketchuplover: really....and to think 10 years ago I could have bought it for 50 lol
how do you come up with "alleged" pricing for websites?

24. Lokakuu 2014, 14:35:38
Otsikko: Re: this site...
ketchuplover: I would willingly pay more for a litre of water were I in the middle of a desert, than I would being in the middle of Scotland.

24. Lokakuu 2014, 11:32:55
Otsikko: this site...
is allegedly worth $27,468

22. Lokakuu 2014, 11:37:58
Otsikko: Private Tournaments
When you invite players to your tournaments, is there a way to know whom you have already invited, so that you avoid bothering people that would not like to participate with multiple invitations?

22. Lokakuu 2014, 10:58:45
Otsikko: Re: A piece of advice to Brain Pawns(and those that like fast games)
Carpe Diem: I forgot: to make it work, one should check "no days off", or the victim will be saved by the vacation (unless they have used it up already)

No, I don't want to seriously advice to do this, but the players should be aware of it. Onee should care about the time settings and not complain if one didn't. And it can of course be reasonable to choose such time settings, as Aganju mentioned.

It is only fun and games, until someone loses temper.

21. Lokakuu 2014, 09:59:31
Otsikko: Re: A piece of advice to Brain Pawns(and those that like fast games)
ThunderGr: 3 days and 16:30 :)

thats why i have my weekend days which give a dead time of less than 2 days for normal games ... and as i still have 19 vacation days left for the rest of this year, that seems to be fine

for games with green or red dots (fisher clock games) i can have a dead time of more than 3 days though, so i have to chose my games/tournaments carefully and usually login once or twice during my weekends to save the time pool ... it happened a couple of times where i didnt manage that this year though so i think i timed out in 4 games this year .. the rest i lost within the time limits :)

(not counting the tournament which started in the weekend which i didnt realize, where i lost all first games of the matches :))

my "tip" was meant sarcastically :-) ... the purpose of this site is to play games, not to try to let your opponent timeout :)

most opponents will try to cooperate with your time limits if you ask them .. you cant expect them to pay attention to it all the time ... the responsibility of the timecontrol of my games is fully mine

i had some very nice opponents save our games with fast time limits lately :)

21. Lokakuu 2014, 09:38:25
Otsikko: Re: A piece of advice to Brain Pawns(and those that like fast games)
Hrqls: Hm. 4 days "dead time" per week is certainly long...Your tip is a bit hard to follow. Unless an opponent specifically requests that I give him some time due to x reason and not play my move as soon as I am inclined to(my OCD hates logging off Brainking with games still on my turn), I will not pay any attention to a player's "dead time". It is everyone's responsibility to take games that can fit to their regular schedule but, since we are humans and sh*t happens, a reasonable request for some time will be respected by me, due to special circumstances.

21. Lokakuu 2014, 09:11:04
Otsikko: Re: A piece of advice to Brain Pawns(and those that like fast games)
Tip: learn to know your opponents playing times ...

For example: my "dead time" is between thursday 17:00 and monday 9:30

so if you want to win against me on timeout, then make sure i will have little time left on a game, and make your move on thursday evening (cet) .. there might be a chance that i wont make my next move until monday morning 9:30 (cet)

or if you want to win our game by your own skills then make sure you make your last move before thursday 17:00 to give me time until monday morning 9:30 :)

but above all: it is my own responsibility wether i timeout or not, you are not to blame for it

21. Lokakuu 2014, 08:25:38
Otsikko: Re: A piece of advice to Brain Pawns(and those that like fast games)
Thom27: Nice warning Thom. One should always be mindful of the time controls of a game they accept/take and *avoid taking them* if they cannot meet the requirements. Having your games taken by a player that time forfeits on move 1 is quite irritating and people doing that end up in my blocked players list the second time they do it.

When I was posting games with such time controls, I used to put a warning in the text for those considering to take them. Nonetheless, people kept time-forfeiting. This is why I stopped posting Fischer Time games. I do not enjoy time forfeits. I like quick time controls because I want my games to end in a reasonable time but the point is to *play* the game, not just win it and, *especially* not win it by time forfeit.

My post was meant to help people with few games allowance that have to wait for ages their opponents to play a move, just because of poor time control definition, not to be a "guide to luring your opponent into time forfeits". :p

21. Lokakuu 2014, 07:21:07
Otsikko: Re: A piece of advice to Brain Pawns(and those that like fast games)
Muokannut Hrqls (21. Lokakuu 2014, 07:21:48)
Thom27: this will not make the slower players move faster .. they will just timeout in those fast games, but that doesnt make them use up their vacation days or let them move faster in other games

Aganju: you are correct, it is totally the fault of the one accepting the game .. i am on the other other side of this lately as my weekends seem to be quite busy, too busy to play games .. and have timed out in a couple of games lately, but i blame it all on me

i turn down all fisher clock invitations, but once in a while i do join a fisher clock tournament: when either the reward is nice, or when i like the tournament because of its organizer or theme and i want it to have a nice amount of participants ....

joining fisher clock tournaments is a bit of a gamble for me ... a lot depends on the timezones of my opponents .... i expect to lose 1 or 2 matches in the tournament, but hope to win enough of the other matches to move on to the next round ... but of course i try to win them all without timeouts :)

21. Lokakuu 2014, 01:08:32
Otsikko: Re: A piece of advice to Brain Pawns(and those that like fast games)
Thom27: Don't forget that it is their fault for accepting. I feel incorrectly blamed being at the other end of this- i often put out public game invites with such time limits, because I want to *play* not *wait* around, and - who is surprised- about half of my invites are taking by people in that situation, and then lost on time. What would you recommend me to do? Warn them at every move? Resign when I see it coming???

21. Lokakuu 2014, 01:02:36
Carpe Diem 
Otsikko: Re: A piece of advice to Brain Pawns(and those that like fast games)
Muokannut Carpe Diem (21. Lokakuu 2014, 01:03:26)
Thom27: Are you advocating for people to try to earn forfeits, or warning others about those who do that kind of thing?

Hopefully the latter, as it doesn't sound like the kind of behaviour that should be encouraged.

21. Lokakuu 2014, 00:17:59
Otsikko: Re: A piece of advice to Brain Pawns(and those that like fast games)
Thom27: Nice one, I like your style Thom27!!!

20. Lokakuu 2014, 22:28:52
Otsikko: Re: A piece of advice to Brain Pawns(and those that like fast games)
ThunderGr: I want to add that there is a way to lure players into timeouts who have many games running and frequently play the urgent games only, until there is no game with, say, less than 2 days until timeout on the list:

invite them to agame or set up a tournament with fischer time with high initial time and a low bonus, e.g. 12 days + 6 hours per move. If the time has almost run out and a move is made, then after the next opponent's move the time will be only 6 hours until timeout, and this may be at any time, maybe in the night, and when the player comes back next afternoon, the game is forfeited.

I run into this occasionally.

19. Lokakuu 2014, 00:30:59
Otsikko: Re: team tournament query
Brian1971: Well, I've changed the team now. Thanks Brian.

18. Lokakuu 2014, 23:14:38
Otsikko: Re: team tournament query
BGBedlam: I have a similar situation with my team for dark battleboats. We are not officially signup yet but have enough players except one of the players has his brain knight membership ending after today and the system would not allow us to sign up the team.

18. Lokakuu 2014, 21:52:54
Otsikko: team tournament query
Hi guys. I have already signed up oleg2008 in my team tournament. He has recently informed me that his brain rook status has expired. Will I still be able to play him in the team tournament? The tournament starts in 6 days.

15. Lokakuu 2014, 02:09:32
Otsikko: Re: speed
beach: absolutely fine for me (Florida)

15. Lokakuu 2014, 01:35:46
Otsikko: Re: speed
Royal__Flush:  been slow for about a hour for me

15. Lokakuu 2014, 01:34:08
Otsikko: speed
Have things been running slow the last few hours for anybody else or is just me?

9. Lokakuu 2014, 08:21:54
Otsikko: A piece of advice to Brain Pawns(and those that like fast games)
Set your time controls low(3 days/move or less) when you invite a player with many games(or your game may be picked up by such a player on the waiting games list).

Reason: Each player has so much free time willing to devote to playing board games here. When he/she logs in, he/she starts playing from the top of the list downwards. When his/her time is up, he/she calls it a day and do the other stuff one wants/needs to.

As you probably know, that list is sorted by Time Remaining. If you have long time controls, your game will spend most of its time low on the list. And this may not be significant when the opponent has 10 or 30 games. But is very significant when he/she has hundreds or thousands of games as, most likely, this will mean he/she will play one move every near-time-limit, not because he/she wants to play like that, but because until that game's turn come, the player has played tens or hundreds of moves in other games with shorter time controls(meaning, he/she may have moved 10, 20 or even more times in one single game with shorter time controls before your turn comes).

I understand this may be self-evident to most experienced players here but I thought it would be nice to post it for people that are not as experienced, yet and because I see the majority of Brain Pawns leaving their time controls to 7 days/move in the waiting games list.

I hope this little piece of information can make your games here more enjoyable.


29. Syyskuu 2014, 08:01:20
Otsikko: Re:
Bernice: lol :)

ThunderGr: i noticed :) ... but its a nice idea, if i ever want to go into hiding, i will use the name your proposed (only you can find me then :))

27. Syyskuu 2014, 02:59:11
went and looked at friends list...OMG where did all those people come from? hahah 88 of them and I didnt know half of them so now there are only 33 and I am sure most of them dont know who I am except for a few LOL

27. Syyskuu 2014, 02:45:59
Otsikko: Re:
rod03801: oh really....I didnt know that, but I dont usually worry about things like that, havent in the past and sure aint going to do that now :)

27. Syyskuu 2014, 00:06:24
Otsikko: Re:
Bernice: That's how it works. This is the "public" friends list. It is different than your regular friends list. This is a list where you are publicly showing you are friends. Anyone who clicked on your profile would see that he was a public friend. If you want to add Hrqls to your public friends list, you would first have to have him on your regular friends list. Then, next to his name, you would see a tiny lock. If you click that lock, it would send Hrqls a request. If he approves it, then he would be shown on your public friends list, on your profile.

26. Syyskuu 2014, 23:57:01
OK...must be another GLITCH in the long list of things that seem to do that on here hahahahaha

26. Syyskuu 2014, 23:12:46
Otsikko: Re:
Bernice: You are on his friends list. You have to check his profile to see.

26. Syyskuu 2014, 22:41:56
Otsikko: Re:
Bernice: If you accepted his request, then you are in his list. In order for him to get to your list, you have to make a request to him.

26. Syyskuu 2014, 22:39:47
Otsikko: Re:
Hrqls: well I accepted your supposed request for driendship but you aren't on my friends list - so much be a hoax :(

26. Syyskuu 2014, 17:58:49
Otsikko: Re:
Hrqls: The rumors for your "disappearance" were totally my fault. I was misspelling your alias in the players list search. I am sorry.

26. Syyskuu 2014, 15:27:08
Otsikko: Re:
ThunderGr & Bernice & Marshmud: I am still here ..and I am still Hrqls :)

There is a bug in the message system which doesnt show the name, but it does show when you go to your friends list

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