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CCCB
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TTR: How to view your Overall Score History over time Wed, 24 February 2010 20:20
A quick question (hopefully):

How can I view the changes over time in my overall score?

It seems like it should be an easy thing to do, yet I only see my individual game history scores and my current overall score.

I've searched the forum postings and FAQs, yet am coming up empty... Confused

Any help here?

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CCCB
      
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Re:TTR: How to view your Overall Score History over time Fri, 12 March 2010 19:47
The short answer is that there is no online history of one's ranking over time. We all pretty much remember a "high water mark". So you start out around 1200, and you know where you are today and you know the highest you have ever been. That's about all you need.
      
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Re:TTR: How to view your Overall Score History over time Sat, 13 March 2010 21:42
Thanks, Buckeyemark, for the reply--good to know I'm not goin' crazy not finding the info here.

Hmmm, if my overall score dips at a certain point in time, then improves significantly, wouldn't it be nice to track/know this data over time? Not your issue, just curious if anyone else out there feels similarly?

      
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Re:TTR: How to view your Overall Score History over time Tue, 13 April 2010 22:36
I had found a thread somewhere about an "advanced players" posting area. It deals mostly with tournaments and the like but there was a very interesting discussion about what cards are least likely to be kept. One player actually goes through the effort of writing down his starting score, what tix he kept, whether he went first or second, whether he won or lost, completed both routes and whether he got the long route. Very good discussion. He then logged the results into a database and printed out a statistical analysis.

The short answer to your question is, if you want to keep track, then write it down yourself and keep track. It takes about 15 seconds to log your game on a sheet of paper and then probably an hour or so every one hundred games to post it into a spreadsheet. Something that I am not willing to do but this guy did most of the "what-if" work for you and came to the conclusions that you probably already know.

Most people agreed that the least likely card to be kept is NY-DAL. That was my personal least favorite too.
      
    
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