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Thibault de Vassal    (2009-10-29)
Most active players, amazing statistics!

These statistics (updated every 2 days) are available at :
http://www.ficgs.com/about.html


And the overall winner is........ :)

Players most active : General (moves played)


1. Heinz-Georg Lehnhoff : 124234
2. Rolf Staggat : 81806
3. Anderson Barradas : 55829
4. Stephane Legrand : 47936
5. Scott Nichols : 46711
6. Mark Noble : 37387
7. Findlay Murray : 35874
8. Volker Koslowski : 33241
9. Don Groves : 29539
10. Thibault de Vassal : 26104
11. Francisco Gramajo : 25281
12. Sergey Uzdin : 25256
13. Michael Sharland : 24890
14. Josef Riha : 24193
15. Jason Repa : 22765
16. Laurine Ségur : 22577
17. Alexis Bromo : 20198
18. Benjamin Collette : 20112
19. Fernando Vasquez : 19928
20. Laszlo Kis-Kos : 19174
21. Christian Koch : 18450
22. Evgeny Yarkov : 17168
23. Xavier Pichelin : 16559
24. Garvin Gray : 16388
25. Ranganathan Raman : 15750
26. Sebastian Boehme : 15190
27. Zdravko Stoyanov : 15186
28. Nick Ioffe : 15151
29. Phil Cook : 15007
30. Sean McNabb : 14572
31. Daniel Parmet : 13814
32. Ilmars Cirulis : 13118
33. Joaquim Malpalma : 13057
34. Dmitriy Panov : 12733
35. Nelson Bernal Varela : 12119
36. Marco Roncagliolo : 11741
37. Dmytro Romaniuk : 11648
38. Miroslav Rakovic : 11435
39. Nick Burrows : 11242
40. Janeen Walden : 10967
41. Claude Brisson : 10812
42. Sandor Porkolab : 10714
43. Christophe Czekaj : 10678
44. Janusz Kepinski : 10675
45. Peter Willoughby : 10634
46. Benjamin Block : 10633
47. Kate Lubeck : 10155
48. Charlie Neil : 10076
49. Darko Pipac : 10072
50. William Taylor : 10036



Players most active : Go


1. Don Groves : 17026
2. Claude Brisson : 10812
3. Nick Ioffe : 10795
4. Alejandro Suarez-Moreno : 10018
5. Mickaël Simon : 8986
6. Thibault de Vassal : 8870
7. Sean McNabb : 8666
8. Sergey Tarassov : 8236
9. Phil Cook : 8186
10. Tetsuya Kobayashi : 7816



Players most active : Chess


1. Josef Riha : 24119
2. Fernando Vasquez : 19820
3. Zdravko Stoyanov : 14523
4. Anderson Barradas : 12587
5. Ilmars Cirulis : 12200
6. Laszlo Kis-Kos : 12068
7. Janusz Kepinski : 10675
8. Garvin Gray : 10638
9. Scott Nichols : 10211
10. Charlie Neil : 10076



Players most active : Chess 960


1. Christophe Czekaj : 1224
2. Joaquim Malpalma : 916
3. Frederick Estieu : 672
4. Ilmars Cirulis : 605
5. Pavel Háse : 600
6. Sefa Sarihan : 524
7. Sandor Porkolab : 512
8. Jay Melquiades : 495
9. Christian Koch : 470
10. Rick Spangler : 447



Players most active : Big Chess


1. Heinz-Georg Lehnhoff : 5583
2. Peter Willoughby : 4368
3. José Carrizo : 3319
4. Thibault de Vassal : 3199
5. Mark Noble : 2949
6. Sandor Porkolab : 2467
7. Volker Koslowski : 1887
8. Paul König : 1790
9. William Taylor : 1706
10. Ranganathan Raman : 1620



Players most active : Poker Holdem


1. Heinz-Georg Lehnhoff : 111119
2. Rolf Staggat : 75570
3. Stephane Legrand : 41639
4. Anderson Barradas : 38671
5. Scott Nichols : 36500
6. Findlay Murray : 33008
7. Mark Noble : 31172
8. Volker Koslowski : 25829
9. Michael Sharland : 20721
10. Francisco Gramajo : 20431


Congrats Heinz-Georg, definitely you're the most addicted player ;)


Heinz-Georg Lehnhoff    (2009-10-30 00:06:43)
Amazing statistics

Thank you, Thibault, but maybe we should ignore the poker games or divide the number of these moves by 10? Then it would not be so evident :)


Don Groves    (2009-10-30 00:55:30)
ELO ratings also?

How about a similar list of overall ELO ratings?


Don Groves    (2009-10-30 00:57:59)
And the winner is...

Thibault! He's made over 26,000 moves while also building and maintaining the site!


Thibault de Vassal    (2009-10-30 01:54:38)
Moves, ratings...

Thanks Don, I would have made more moves with a better broadband :/ .. If there was a formula taking account of ratings, moves & a lower weight for poker, Josef Riha would probably top the list !


William Taylor    (2009-10-30 14:03:25)
Just made it...

I just sneak in at number 50. Clearly I must try harder. :)


Garvin Gray    (2009-10-30 14:04:54)
accept challenge

William, you could start by being white against me in lightning bronze :)


Don Groves    (2009-10-31 06:03:19)
Just made it...

You'd better speed it up, William! You're the only member of the Dark Knights with fewer than 24,000 moves ;-)


William Taylor    (2009-10-31 13:14:20)
Don

One correspondence game is taking up lots of my time at the moment - a so-called 'Malkovich' game, where you explain all of your moves at length to the audience. It's here if you felt like taking a look: http://www.godiscussions.com/forum/showthread.php?t=10309

Anyway, I have some way to go before I reach 24,000 moves. :O I wonder if I can make it before the team championship is over and the Dark Knights hold the trophy...


Thibault de Vassal    (2009-11-03 11:34:58)
Malkovich games

I didn't know that term of "Malkovich" games but that seems really interesting...


Thibault de Vassal    (2009-11-03 11:36:47)
5.2 % !!

Another amazing statistic : Heinz-Georg played 5.2 % of all moves played on the server........... (thanks to poker of course)









 

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