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Christoph Schroeder    (2018-08-14)
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In chess, an increment of 1 day per move is sensible and leads to manageable game lengths.

But in poker?
A poker game (consisting of up to 5 rounds) can have thousands of moves (that is another dimension compared to ~50 in chess). Therefore, I consider the current increment (1 day per move) as much too high.

My proposal: the increment should be one day per hand.


Thibault de Vassal    (2018-08-14 20:04:00)
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Another recurrent topic, which is quite logical as some games are very very long... One hand consist in a variable number of "moves", that may cause strange things with clocks, but I agree that the time control should be different, I just did not find a fine one yet. Actually, playing poker by correspondence is a very unusual thing.


Ilmars Cirulis    (2018-08-16 18:18:53)
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"Quite long" can take close to 5 years. :D


Christoph Schroeder    (2018-08-20 16:46:39)
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At the moment, there is a choice only between correspondence poker (5 years game length) and blitz (5 min + 15 sec) - and nothing in between.

The first is much too slow, and the second much too fast (noone wants to play it apparently, I spent many days in the waiting list without playing a single game).

I would appreciate if an intermediate speed, for example 15 min + 30 sec, could be introduced.


Thibault de Vassal    (2018-08-21 00:15:26)
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First of all, games that last 5 years are quite rare, fortunately :) And believe me, any intermediate time control playable in less than one day would be a nightmare for the players, it is way too long, it could last 12 hours or more! (the dead man defence could find its place)

Also, the reason why the most do not play bullet/blitz games here is mainly that this is a correspondence chess website first, and most players always have a few moves to play... On the contrary, the FICGS chess trainer app is quite successful on Facebook because most users of this app do not play at FICGS.


Christoph Schroeder    (2018-08-21 11:20:05)
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A possible way to reduce the game length would be going down to "best of three" from the current "best of five".


Ilmars Cirulis    (2018-08-21 11:26:20)
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Or just use "increment : 1 day / hand)" instead of "1 day / move".


Thibault de Vassal    (2018-08-21 22:22:42)
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Unfortunately, the choice of "best of three" would have consequences on ratings (less accurate, more variable), as you can guess.

The 1 day / hand option could be confusing and may be dangerous at it would bring strange effects as one could lose a game on time when having 2 or 3 days on clock because of a few moves played at night. This would not affect fast players, but many players are quite slow for various reasons.


Ilmars Cirulis    (2018-08-22 14:25:48)
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X days / hand, where X > 1?


Joshua Hansen    (2018-11-12 15:25:14)
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I play poker and video slots a lot here (https://mr.bet/), but recently decided to start playing chess. Is it harder to adjust?









 

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