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What does a permanent point curve mean?

Last post Wed, Apr 30 2008 9:48 AM by DavidSilverlight. 2 replies.
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  • Wed, Apr 30 2008 8:13 AM

    • MarcoMinerva
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    What does a permanent point curve mean?

    Hi!

    I have noticed that on the page http://www.community-credit.com/displaycurve.aspx thare are some people (me included) that have a "Permanent" point curve of 50%. What does it mean?

    Marco Minerva, marco.minerva@gmail.com
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  • Wed, Apr 30 2008 9:43 AM In reply to

    • LouVega
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    Re: What does a permanent point curve mean?

    In short - it means you rock! :)

     OK Well the real explanation is that as a "Hall of Famer" you're put under a point curve forever (well really only until 2038 or something like that) in order to level the playing field a bit...don't feel bad, I'm under the same curve as are all the "Hall of Famers".

     

  • Wed, Apr 30 2008 9:48 AM In reply to

    Re: What does a permanent point curve mean?

    Well, I extended it from November 30, 2050  Big Smile One of the ways to even out the submissions that I have implemented is to put the Hall of Famers at a permanent 50% minimum curve.  It means that if you do win with the 50% curve, it can get higher, but never lower.  It should add a bit of a challenge to the heavy hitters like yourself and also keep it fair for all involved.  I tried something along these lines with the Uber Geek program, but decided against it because I think that this will keep things simpler and less confusing.
    Kindest regards,
      David Silverlight

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